• AUGUST 2020 NEWS

    We have been sharing over the summer the AIPM missionary work of Abera and Abebech Someno, serving

    Christ to the unreached people near the Somalia border in Ethiopia. Using prayer as the main tool for their

    work, the Someno’s, along with brothers and sisters in Christ serving under their leadership, are utilizing

    fasting and prayer as a regular discipline for seeking God’s hand on work to advance the kingdom of God. 

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  • July 2020 news

    Last month we highlighted Abera Someno, an AIPM missionary serving Christ to the unreached people near the Somalia border in Ethiopia. When a man is working the mission God has assigned to him, God also uses godly women to help a man fulfill his purposes for his life. Abera’s wife, Abebech Shamebo, is no exception! READ MORE


  • june 2020 news

    It is our joy to highlight this month Abera Someno, an AIPM missionary serving Christ to the unreached people near the Somalia border in Ethiopia. Abera was born in a Christian family and accepted Christ at a young age. He completed two years of biblical studies. It was during his studies that God gave Abera a clear mission for church planting, so he joined AIPM in 2005. READ MORE

  • May 2020 News

    In January of this year, a team of men and women representing supporting churches in the USA visited Ethiopia to learn more about AIPM. The team of Rick and Carol Calenberg from the SIM Seminary in Liberia, Jared Richard from 1st Baptist Church of Irving TX, John LaGrange, Zelalem Menngistu, and Saul Horner from Life Baptist Church of Las Vegas NV. Bob Hogarth, Justin Slemp and Dr. Desta Langene Letta were the hosts. READ MORE

  • April 2020 News

    This month our focus is on the amazing movement in Northern Ethiopia among the Orthodox Religion. Early Christianity became the established church of the Ethiopian Axumite Kingdom under king Ezana in the 4th century. This was a time when priesthood and sacraments were brought for the first time through a Syrian Greek named Frumentius. He was known by the local population in Ethiopia as the Father of Peace. This resulted in the growth of the Orthodox religion in Northern Ethiopia. The Orthodox are not known to be evangelical in any way. They believe their salvation occurs through their works. Consequently, there are thousands of priests who don’t understand that salvation is only through Jesus Christ. READ MORE