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Kenya round two: what is different this time

September 26, 2016


We know, mostly, what we are heading into. When we first went out to Kenya in 2012, there were so many unknowns. Where would we live, what would driving be like? What would it be like to have a baby in Kenya? What kind of church community would we be a part of? What would […]


November 28, 2013


I want to introduce you to someone. Her name is 5Y-BLG, or BLG for short. She is an airplane, a Cessna 210 to be specific. She has been part of the AIM AIR family for 18 years and there is a lot of history together. Her story is written in a book with many contributing […]

when you realize you’re a jerk

June 6, 2013


By Clarissa That moment. You know, when you realize you are a worse person than you thought you were. I just had one. It had been a long day. In the heat. In traffic. With a baby. I shuffle through people hoping to sell me stuff and me trying to convince them in as polite […]

Cataracts and Cleft Lips

November 26, 2012


Cleft Lips When was the last time you saw a person with a cleft lip? How about a dozen of them crowded around a small airstrip? They have been collected from the jungles and wild places of  South Sudan, brought to an airstrip and told they will be made better. The tension in the group […]