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What happened to the photo contest pictures?

Many of you have been wondering what happened with some of the missions photo contest pictures.   Well, the folks at the YouthWorker Journal were kind enough to use several of the photos (with AIM’s permisson) for their “Missions Possible!” issue to illustrate some of the articles. You ca…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
YouthWorker Journal - MIssions Possible!Many of you have been wondering what happened with some of the missions photo contest pictures.
 
Well, the folks at the YouthWorker Journal were kind enough to use several of the photos (with AIM’s permisson) for their “Missions Possible!” issue to illustrate some of the articles. You can view the magazine in its entirety online: YouthWorker Journal, Nov/Dec 2009.
 
Be sure to check out page six, where there is a write-up about AIM and the photo contest. It looks like a good issue; if you’re a youth worker struggling with how to do missions in your back yard, it may be worth picking up. And, as you think about Christmas, if you’d like to buy a signed print from one of our winners, please let me know and we’ll put you in touch. It’d make a distinctive gift!
 

Sean Smith.
April 2008, Antigua Guatemala, Standing on ruins giving praise to God. 
 
 
Darin Dueck.
July 2008, Dominican Republic, Haitian man worships on bended knees and with outstretched arms.
 
Loretta Wang.
April 2009, Swaziland, An AIM participant (Sarah Keppinger) sharing her water with the children from her CamelBak. 
 
James Milling.
2008 Aden, Yemen A friend praying over the people in the land. 

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  • These pictures are wonderful and AIM is one of the great ministries in the world today for “telling the Gospel story”.

    Thanks!

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