ever in mind the charge of the Great Commission, AIM provides a variety of
services and ministries to build up its member congregations. Among other things, these
- seminars and workshops,
- church consultation,
- pastoral candidate screening,
- regional retreats and youth
- a helpful resource library.
together to share the gospel, the Association supports the following efforts:
gifts from both local churches and private individuals made to the AIM Church
Planting Fund help underwrite the start-up costs of new congregations.
Valuing church health and believing that a church’s health is more important than its size, we assist our member churches in their pursuit of becoming healthier congregations. All churches every five to seven years need to re-evaluate their mission and vision. That being so, we work with member churches to assess a member church’s health and devise a strategy to improve its health, bringing both experience from working with churches and a fresh "outside" perspective.
that our mandate is to spread the Gospel throughout all the world, we are
presently partnering with two other like-minded groups for focused ministry in
Belize. Our goal is to establish a national church in Belize with
national leadership, by planting churches, training pastors and leaders, and
developing a Christian school program. Addidionally, we also use World Gospel
Mission as an approved missionary-serving agency, and have missionaries serving
in various parts of Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
fully-accredited theological seminary, located in Jackson, Mississippi, is
endorsed by AIM as the best seminary for the preparation of our people.
Founded by AIM in 1974, WBS operates under an interdenominational charter
in order to serve all churches that share in the Wesleyan-Arminian tradition.
Mountain Bible College
Mountain Bible College, located in Vancleve, Kentucky, is endorsed by
AIM as the Christian college of choice for all our high school graduates
and especially our people who are preparing for ministry.