Africa Inland Mission (Europe)
The Africa Inland Mission podcast includes thoughts, discussions and stories about world mission and the work of the gospel among Africa's people. https://eu.aimint.org
Amos talks to missionary aviation pilot, Jerry Hurd. AIM Air is a Christian missionary aviation team operating six aircraft from three bases in east and central Africa. The team of pilots, mechanics, avionics techs, and administrators serve the needs of 50+ Christian organizations and hundreds of missionaries. You can find out more at https://aimair.org
38 min 53 sec
In this episode Amos sits down with Miriam, Tom and Martha to talk about AIM’s Into Africa event. Into Africa is a series of four online sessions designed to help you explore your place in mission. Find out more here: https://eu.aimint.org/getinvolved/intoafrica/
17 min 48 sec
Amos talks with Paul, who is serving in Chad, using Bible stories to teach English to young men. With large swathes of Chad having never come into contact with the gospel, Paul considers it a privilege to play a part in taking it to those frontiers.
26 min 40 sec
Amos Kennedy continues his talk with Eddie and Rachel Andersen, who work in Dukana, northern Kenya. Their main focus is working in famine relief, well drilling, medical care, distributing audio Scriptures, leading Bible studies & holding church services, as well as overseeing a radio tower and studio which broadcasts Christian radio to the Gabbra, and several neighbouring people groups.
32 min 36 sec
Amos talks to Jack and Phil about the time that each of them spent serving short term in Africa. All three served in Dukana, northern Kenya among the Gabbra people. They talk about their experience and the impact it had on each of their lives.
41 min 28 sec
Amos Kennedy talks to Eddie and Rachel Andersen, who work in Dukana, northern Kenya. Their main focus is working in famine relief, well drilling, medical care, distributing audio Scriptures, leading Bible studies & holding church services, as well as overseeing a radio tower and studio which broadcasts Christian radio to the Gabbra, and several neighbouring people groups.
42 min 45 sec
Sam and Derrick are Ugandans, both involved in mission work. Sam serves as the team leader for Global Link Afrika (GLA), creating awareness – especially in Uganda and East Africa – of mission issues, creating platforms for training, equipping those who have an interest in mission, and working in partnership with the church to send Ugandans and East Africans to serve in places of need. Derrick is also part of the GLA family. He has been through a Kairos (mission mobilisation) course, has done some mission work, and is currently preparing to serve long term in North Africa. As the church in Africa has seen tremendous growth and a burgeoning interest in mission, Seb Allwright, an AIM missionary, interviewed them about what role there is for western missionaries to play on the mission field in Africa
28 min 54 sec
Luke Herrin reflects on AIM's 125 year history and looks to AIM's future.
10 min 24 sec
Carrie Pither, AIM's International Crisis Consultant answers our questions about risk. She shares about AIM's theology of risk, discusses the priority of ministry and talks about how AIM is responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.
20 min 53 sec
Miriam, one of AIM's mission advisors, sits down with Holly to talk about living and working in a Creative Access Nation. They discuss how the gospel is making an impact and outworking in peoples lives. They also discuss some of the challenges of working in a nation where there is great hostility to Christianity.
33 min 54 sec
We invited three of our missionaries Jan, Mat & Katy, into the office to chat to us about their experiences of short term mission, both from the perspective of going on a short term trip, as well as being long term missionaries hosting short term trips.
37 min 31 sec
How do you feel about theology? Does it get you excited, or are you turned off by the idea of big, doorstop books and long, overcomplicated words? Does it sometimes feel like a purely academic exercise somewhat disconnected from daily life? Krish paints a beautiful picture for us of how theology contributes to our worship of God with all our heart, soul and mind.
8 min 57 sec
I’m sure we’ve all had those conversations with friends and family which ultimately come down to this issue: “But if God exists, and he is all-loving, then why am I experiencing this suffering?” Maybe it’s one we are currently wrestling with ourselves. It’s one of the most-quoted arguments against the existence of God. So, “Why do we suffer?”
9 min 47 sec
Connect Lite Podcast: David Platt We talk a lot about unreached people. Estimates say that over a billion people in the world today have little to no knowledge of Jesus, little to no knowledge of the gospel, and little to no chance of hearing the gospel of Jesus Christ before they die. It begs the question, then: What happens to them when they die?
58 min 50 sec
In 2016 Hannah Coggins moved to N’Djamena, Chad, to teach at Wellspring Academy. The school serves families working cross-culturally through their day school, as well as by running twice-yearly homeschool weeks for students being homeschooled across the country. Hannah teaches children aged 6-9, with eight nationalities currently represented in her class. Here she talks more about her journey into teaching:
4 min 25 sec
Struggling to work out what you should do with your life? This month, listen to the podcast to hear an extract from a book by Kevin DeYoung as he addresses the question “If God has a wonderful plan for my life, as the evangelistic tract tells us, then why doesn’t he tell me what it is?”
6 min 30 sec
Why should you get involved in world mission? This month Tim Chester shares with us his answer. “Our mission is the extension of the mission of the Trinity. And the mission of the Trinity is to share their joy and love…” Find out more about the cascade of God’s love by listening to the podcast.
14 min 50 sec