AIM is an evangelical interdenominational missionary society, assisting churches in sending missionary personnel to the peoples of Africa, to work with African churches to evangelize people who have not heard the good news, and to train leaders for the varied ministries of the church. Projects include evangelism, hospitals, clinics, community development, Bible teaching, youth work, schools, seminaries, agriculture, ministry to children and orphans, training nurses and doctors, aviation, Bible translation, missionary training, construction, radio, literature and tract production, youth camps, ethno-musicology and missionary services.
Africa Inland Mission
PO Box 3611
Peachtree City, GA 30269-7611
- Update from the Kraybills – July 2016 July 30, 2016
Dear Praying Friends,
We thank the Lord for each one of you and appreciate your prayers for the work that the Lord has for us here in Kenya.
In His grip,
Rod and Lori & the 3 A’s
- Update from the Kraybills April 6, 2016
- Update from Kraybills October 13, 2015
What a joy and challenge it has been to be in the States for the last 3 months on our home assignment. Some have asked, “how is your vacation going?” As we mentioned in our last update we are not actually on vacation but on Home Assignment while inAmerica. So, how is it going so far? In August, we mentioned several aspects of our Home Assignment that we are working on:
v Connecting and sharing with family, friends, supporters and churches – We spent 4 weeks together as a family, went on vacation with each of our extended families, ate over 35 meals in peoples’ homes, visited 2 of our supporting churches in IL and IN….have already driven 7,000 miles! Still to come: visiting our supporting church, family and supporters in NY, October 23-26; visiting our supporting church in OH, November 7-11, then visiting family, supporters and mission office November 12-December 11 in AR, LA, GA and FL. Let us know if you want to get together with us!
v Encouraging others to missions and representing AIM – We have had a number of conversations with those interested in missions, shared in several Sunday School classes, shared on “how best to support your missionaries.” We will soon speak in another Sunday School class, share in 2 church services, share in a small group, and attend an AIM prayer group. Let us know if you would like to talk with us about missions or share in a small group.
v Being refreshed, renewed and growing – Rod has begun his first master’s level class and is enjoying it. Lori is working on a Bible study and has started a part-time job at the church next to us. Anissa is working hard at her first term of 10th grade with online school. We are daily taking walks and enjoying fall colors. We will attend a marriage conference this weekend, will keep on reading books, and are enjoying worship services at our supporting churches. Let us know of other suggestions that can help bring refreshment, renewal and growth.
v What else? Lots of shopping for 3 years worth of clothes, shoes, toiletries, food items and electronics; which can be very overwhelming with all the selection choices . Preparing for our new roles in Kenya. Talking with Alanna and Autumn on Skype. Spending time with Rod’s family in Pennsylvania….and much more!
For prayer: Thanks for your continued prayer support! Please continue to pray for us during our time in the States, our travels and our financial support needs. We are currently under the monthly support target needed to serve in Kenya. We are thankful for how God has provided for us, is providing for us and will continue providing for us. Let us know if you would like to become financial partners with us.
Rod, Lori, Alanna, Autumn and Anissa
- Kraybill Kronicles – May 2015 June 9, 2015
Hello Fellow Prayer Partners!
Hope this email finds you doing well and enjoying your Sunday!
Here’s the Kraybill Kronicles for May 2015
Thanks for reading and standing with us!
Because of HIM.
Alanna, Autumn, Anissa
- Merry Christmas from the Kraybills January 2, 2015
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