Dear Daddy Seth,
Keep it up daddy.We are praying for the team when God will open the doors for Pakistan.
God bless You.
Why AIM mission trips are unique
Customization: You can choose the location and duration of your trip. If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our trip list, contact us, we’ll try to match your group to the the right missions experience.
- Listening Prayer: Everything we do at AIM
begins with asking God; throughout your trip you’ll be led by this
prayer-dialogue that we call listening prayer.
- Commitment: We’re in it for the long-haul with
local ministries in the field and with our participants. This means that
we’re not only committed to long-term work all over the world, but also
to the growth of the individuals on the mission trip. This is one of
our core passions as a ministry: using short-term missions as a
- Flexibility: Though we create a schedule and
plan the ins and outs of your trip, we give God permission to set aside
our agendas and show us what he’s up to. In other words, we’re open to his surprises.
- Relational Focus: Similar to Jesus’ ministry,
we focus more on people than tasks. This, of course, includes those
within your group, as well as those whom you will serve while on the mission trip.
- Smaller Groups: We welcome smaller-sized
groups, because so much of the relational work we do hinges on the
importance of cultivating trust and intimacy in ministry. This
doesn’t mean that we won’t work with larger groups, but it does mean
that you won’t be stuck in a camp setting with several other groups.
Dear Daddy Seth,
YES to all of this. I’m currently at Real Life training camp and it seems my girls are surprised by what this trip has in store for them – they probably thought they were just going to serve in Nicaragua. Little did they know they would learn to HEAR THE VOICE OF GOD in a personal way and BE TRANSFORMED though community! My heart beats faster when I see them “getting it.” I can’t believe I get to be a part of it. Thank you thank you thank you for following the voice of God in your life – it’s affecting me and my girls and too many other people to even think about.
Hey, brother, I saw your note on AIM mission trips and noticed that foto. I was there on that trip. Actually led it, or perhaps the Holy Spirit led it and we all just followed. Pretty fun stuff I’d say. That was a pretty incredible group of young ladies who could sing the roof off a place. I still remember them singing,”Mighty to Save” in spanish. Incredible!
Keep up the great work brother. Keep praying for us down here in the Rio Grande Valley. The battle for lives is intense and bloody at times. The victories are sweet, but it seems you can only savor and celebrate it for a moment, than more carnage comes your way. Thankfully we have a God who never leaves us and walks with us. That brings me peace when there is none.
Peace to you,