A MINISTRY OF AFRICA INLAND MISSION INTERNATIONAL
AIM GLOBAL

Chief is Baptized!

We praise God that the chief in the region where our workers were located was baptized recently along with one of his advisors. Additionally, the local pastor has baptized at least four men and women. Praise the Lord! We praise Jesus for the work of the Spirit among the San people. Pray that more will soften and open their hearts to the saving news of Jesus Christ.

Many children continue to be left behind due to lack of modern education. People really want a kindergarten and preschool for the children. Pray for people to be available and willing to be trained to do this work for future generations.

Comfort from God

On October 21, 2016, the Tsumkwe TIMO team had a farewell party. This was an important event to thank the community, especially the few San believers, the families that hosted the team members, the community leaders, and to say a public goodbye. There was a lot of encouragement from the community. They appreciated the relationships they had with team members. The team left Tsumkwe on Monday, October 24. Pray for the community leaders (traditional authority, particularly the chief of the San) who are upset for not knowing the details as to why the team had to leave. Pray also that the Holy Spirit will comfort and heal the San’s hurt. Pray that the Lord will open a door for more workers to come into Tsumkwe and help support local believers.

Update on The San of Namibia

Missionary working with San writes, “Please pray for close friend and language helper #Oma (# is a click sound) who recently lost his only son.” Pray for his family at this difficult time and pray for missionary, Zeka to be salt and light.

Pray for the San TIMO Team

The San TIMO team started on October 15. Three members were given visas and so could arrive on time to join Zeka & Anita and their family. The remaining 8 adults and three children are still waiting for official approval before they can enter Namibia. Please pray they will receive this soon.

Update on The San of Namibia

Praise be to God for the arrival of 3 out of 8 team members in Tsumkwe! We are trusting the Lord for the remaining 5 visas so that we can have the whole team. 2Cor 5v7- Zeka-team leader for San Team

Update on The San of Namibia

The San TIMO team started on October 15. Three members were given visas and so could arrive on time to join Zeka & Anita and their family. The remaining 8 adults and three children are still waiting for official approval before they can enter Namibia. Please pray they will receive this soon.

Update on The San of Namibia

Zeka, team leader writes, ” Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from Him Ps127v3. Many San are blessed to have children. This morning many San children came to see the girls, after being away for 11 weeks. As they played, I thought of how wonderful it would be if these children had an opportunity to know their maker. please pray that the Lord will raise up more workers to address this need.”

Update on The San of Namibia

Zeka wries from Tsumkwe, NE Namibia…
“He did this so that all the peoples of the earth might know that the hand of the Lord is powerful and so that you might always fear the Lord your god” Josh4v24 Many San are yet to know about this God of creation that we worship. can we pray taht the San will come to experience the power of the Lord and know that He is mighty to save them from their everyday struggles.
Pray for Zeka and Anita and their twins Sally and Sarah as they settle in the San community. Praise the Lord that they are picking up language fast!!

Update on The San of Namibia

Tsumkwe is mourning the death of a San woman, It is likely that she died from alcohol poisoning. please pray that the Lord would protect the San from the dangers of addiction and that the children in the community would be saved.