Africa Inland Mission offers three categories of ministry through which you can serve.
AIM’s Short Term program is designed for both teams and individuals. Offering a broad range of ministry assignments, Short Term provides an excellent opportunity to learn firsthand what missions is all about and to explore your role in God’s worldwide work.
Assignments for Short Term vary widely depending on your interests and the needs on the field.
Full Term is for those who seek to invest themselves into longer-term ministry. Ranging from a year to an entire career, AIM’s Full Term assignments enable believers to use their gifts, training and life experience to make a difference in world mission.
Assignment types vary widely, but all contribute to AIM’s mission of Christ-centered churches among all African peoples.
TIMO offers new missionaries an opportunity to be equipped for a lifetime of ministry. At the same time, it enables them to have an active role in bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ to one of Africa’s unreached or least-reached people groups.
Teams consist of 6 to 12 members and the team leaders, usually an experienced missionary couple.
Together, they live among a host people group for two years, learning mission outreach through a six-stage curriculum, and applying what they learn in their community on a daily basis.