GTE Director Shannon Lehman writes about using resources for maximum impact, and Lavern Hershberger describes the challenges of living in a largely homogeneous Roman Catholic society in Poland in the AIM Spring 2017 newsletter.
We see a moose, Shannon teaches at a new language school, and we introduce you to Daniel and his family. Read about what happened at AIM in Poland in April.
English Night kicks off for the year, Magda returns to teach us Polish, Lavern and Lolita travel to the States, and we meet a few parrots. Read about what happened in March at AIM in Poland.
We host winter Bible school, the GTE staff go to Krakow, and we scrub the school during school holidays. Read about what happened in February.
Sharon welcomes her sister for a visit, Melvin and Shelia Lehman join us for a while over New Year, and Olga moves to France to work with refugees. Read about what happened in January 2017.
Catch a glimpse of Christmas in Poland with thoughts on local traditions plus year-end reflections from the new GTE director, Shannon Lehman. Also enjoy a closer look at GTE through student and teacher introductions and reports.
Sharon had her first guests from home. Her sister Mary and her husband Jethro visited during Christmas break.
What is AIM? What is its long-term goal? In the editorial of this edition, Matthew Mast answers these questions and provides an overview of the work ahead.
July started with a bang with a week of Day Camp, which was held in the Baptist church.
The last few months have been full of activity at AIM in Poland, including special visits, a conference, and a GTE party. Enjoy a glimpse into these events, as well as Lavern Hershberger’s reflections on the greater purpose and impact of AIM’s work in Poland.