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.
Life in Poland is a delightful variety of colors, flavors, and experiences. Experience a taste through staff members’ reflections on special encounters and adventures experienced in their work with AIM.
Renita Zook and Regina Yoder spend some time with us, we launch the New Year with a coffee shop theme, and the children get enough snow to go sledding. Read about what happened in January.
In this edition of the AIM newsletter, AIM board member Melvin Lehman recounts the unique historical role of Poland in giving haven to persecuted peoples. Also, Dervin Martin describes the Gateway to English tour to the eastern United States.
Poland reacts to the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris, we pray for persecuted Christians, and Gateway to English gets off to a strong start. Read what happened in November 2015.
The GTE students return to Poland, Lolita and Heather travel to Holland, and the mayor of Minsk and several city hall employees study English at GTE. Read about what happened in October 2015.
Relationship-building in ministry requires good communication and, as Anita Yoder shares, words are not the only way to communicate. This edition of the AIM newsletter includes her reflections on communicating in Poland and a report on our English Day Camp in Minsk Mazowiecki.