Thursday, June 19, 2008


"There is an unnatural resilience, a strength the Swazis find in their faith... Joy leaps out of them, in spite of all the adversity they face, and it comes directly from God. They are my inspiration."

-Excerpt from a recent interview of AIM staff member Dennis Brock by Phil White for Relevant Magazine

You could spend two months in Swaziland this fall (Sep - Oct), serving God through caring for widows and orphans and helping start up the Nsoko Project. Swaziland is an African country that has been devastated by the AIDS virus and desperately needs people who will go and be the hands and feet of Jesus, bringing a message of love, hope, and salvation.Will you go?Is God calling you to step out in faith? Are you willing to abandon your personal comfort to see what he has for you in Africa?

To read more about this trip, click here:

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Once we receive your application, we'll send more details and contact you to discuss the program. If you have questions, contact our Admissions Department at

*** Open Spots for Kenya and India Trips: September 8 - December 8

Also, there are still openings for our three-month trips to Kenya and India this fall, starting in September! In India, your days will be spent ministering in the leper colonies, doing VBS's for churches, and bringing hope to the slums of Delhi.

To read more about this trip, click here:

In Kenya, you will minister in the slums of Kibera, serving the poorest of the poor through sports ministry, door-to-door evangelism, and open-air meetings to share Christ.

To read more about this trip, click here:

Adventures in Missions



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