You don't need a passport to reach the nations - just your Opal card! Join us for Backyard Missions, a one-day exposure trip in Sydney. We will visit a mosque, a Buddhist temple, enjoy an ethnic lunch and experience an Ethiopian coffee ceremony. We will learn about practical ways to pray for the nations and to live a Great Commission life, no matter where you live!
The cost is $99 per person (group rates for 10+ people). Sign up deadline is 6th November. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to
Join us on our first short-term trip to Vanuatu - MAD Vanuatu! We will be visiting two islands, Tanna and Espiritu Santo, in village ministry opportunities supporting the translation of the Bible into local languages.
Contribute to the local church’s outreach to Syrian refugees. Our main task will be teaching conversational English to refugees, almost all of whom will be Muslim. This may be challenging work.
This program is for men. Based in Africa and facilitated by experienced missionaries and national leaders. Engage with local communities and learn firsthand what missions actually looks like. Each team member will be partnered with a national missionary. Together, you will share in the ups and downs of ministry and day-to-day life and learn more of who you are in Christ and the part you can have in making Him known among the nations.
2018 DATES - TBC
For other short-term teams visit: www.aimint.org/au/go/short-term-opportunities
Our internship is a great way to get your feet wet in church planting where the Gospel has not yet been heard. You will spend 2 weeks in Sydney doing cross-cultural training to prepare you for the mission field. Then, the final 2 weeks, you will travel to India and help train an existing ministry in disciple making principles to further their long term work. If you are interested in getting first-hand experience on the mission field and want training that is not only educational but also practical our internship is right for you.
An internship with Servants is probably quite different to any other short term mission exposure you have experienced before. This is because the emphasis is not so much on what you DO but on what you LEARN. The intention is that for a few weeks or months, living with a local family in a poor community, you will make a deep connection with the urban poor and allow God to open up a space in you to hear him afresh.
Offered annually, a small group of participants select their own learning outcomes by negotiation. We'll form a supportive community, learn the local language, study the bible in the context of urban poverty, visit and sleep in a slum, and discern our next steps following Jesus.
The North Africa Expo Team is an opportunity to learn more about the peoples and culture of North Africa, to be a light for Christ, proclaim His truth, and pray. Team sizes can vary.
2018 DATES – TBC
AIM’s Africa-Based Orientation (ABO) is held three times a year (usually January, July & October) in Kenya for our new missionary personnel. Serve as part of the team that runs the structured children’s program designed to immerse the children of AIM missionaries into life and ministry in Africa at an age-appropriate level.
2018 DATES – January, July and October
A field orientation to a broad range of cross-cultural health ministries, reflecting the diversity of currently available options for medical service. It is led by an experienced missionary health care professional and is particularly designed to stimulate reflection on the interaction of health ministry and AIM’s priority toward engaging Unreached People Groups or catalysing national efforts to do the same.
Members must be current health care professionals or students enrolled in health care professional program (nursing student, medical student, etc.). 6 places available.
2018 DATES - TBC