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Photo Contest: Round 1 Winners!

We’re proud to announce the Round One Winners of AIM’s Missions Photo Contest. We’re posting an initial group of winners today and will post the rest tomorrow. Our panel of judges selected 30 photos (from 30 unique photographers). The semi-finalists will now put together a 20-picture portfolio th…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes

We’re proud to announce the Round One Winners of AIM’s Missions Photo Contest. We’re posting an initial group of winners today and will post the rest tomorrow. Our panel of judges selected 30 photos (from 30 unique photographers). The semi-finalists will now put together a 20-picture portfolio that will be available for public viewing.

 
Stay tuned to the blog, and we’ll show you how to check out the online portfolios that our qualifying photographers are building. On July 15, we will selected the finalists. And on August 1, we will select the winners; including a prize for the people’s choice (where you get to vote).
 
 
Neil Bruinsma.
Maasai highlands in Kenya, All the men from the Oct 08 World Race team
on top of a mountain screaming to the Nations during MANistry.
 
Megan Hale.
Kibera, Kenya, children observing our mission team for the first time.
 
Steven Siwek.
Gale’s Point, Belize walking to the beach, missionary teen takes her newfound friends out for a relaxing sunset swim.
 
Sarah Shreves.
Awer IDP Camp Gulu Uganda, curious little boy reaches out to my friend Amy.
 
Paul Turner.
Mozambique. Taken during a pastor’s meeting. Many walked for days to attend and were excited to be there.
 
John Fracker.
Baptism in Romania, Gypsy Village Easter Service April 2009. Just as he washed away the old man and rose new you can see the drops rolls from his face and peace set in!
 
Allison Johnson.
Freetown, Sierra Leone. They asked for change but got so much more. A lesson about Christ on the beach.
 
James Milling.
Yemen. My friend and I went out to pray on the coast that day for the all the lost people in that land.

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