Atlanta Inner-City Ministry
|Posted by AIM on March 13, 2020 at 8:50 AM||comments (10564)|
Presently we learning information daily about safety standards for group meetings in Atlanta.
AIM's children activities operate alongside the Atlanta Public School Calendar. If APS is not meeting, then AIM activities will not meet.
With school being out for children, this effects parents and grand parents as well. Therefore, Ladies Bible Class and Children's Bible Study will not meet until circumstances change. Please monitor the APS Calendar, if the school buses run, the AIM buses will run.
|Posted by AIM on July 25, 2017 at 5:55 AM||comments (1087)|
AIM is very thankful for Brianna Davidson, who served as Intern in the summer of 2017. Brianna helped plan Kidscamp, the BBQ Luncheon, and Camp Wetoga during a busy summer. Brianna planned these events without having experienced the events before in life. The internship began in May and will end at the end of July. We pray God's blessing on Brianna's future in ministry.
|Posted by AIM on September 26, 2016 at 10:45 AM||comments (236)|
Please make plans to attend the Vicrory Banquet on November 5th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the AIM facility.
The cost will be a suggested donation of $25.00 toward the meal.
The Victory Banquet is a wonderful night of fellowship and will highlight ministry of Lakewood Church and AIM. We hope to see you there!
|Posted by AIM on September 26, 2016 at 10:40 AM||comments (1770)|
AIM was blessed this summer to have "returning" interns Emandi Oppong Agyare (From Savannah State) and Stpehanie Riley (From Middle Tennessee University) to provide summer ministry leadership over KidsCamp and Camp Wetoga.
Both Emandi and Stephanie showed servant hearts, exceptional love for the kids, and focused planning and organization. Thank you Emandi and Stephanie! God bless your future service!
|Posted by AIM on September 27, 2013 at 12:20 AM||comments (444)|
The summer of 2013 was busy and eventful.
Maurice Hill served as our lone summer intern and he remained busy in the first half of summer organizing 6 weeks of KidsCamp. Kidscamp is a daycamp for 1st to 6th grade young people.
In the last several weeks of summer Maurice focused on preparing for Camp Wetoga. Camp Wetoga is a 5 day and 4 night camp for 3rd to 6th grade young people. This summer AIM had 49 inner-city campers and 49 counselors volunteers, allowing for a one-on-one ratio of camper and counselor.
AIM has used the Camp Wetoga (which is the North Georgia Bible Camp) for 25 years. The 2013 Camp Wetoga was one of the best camps we have ever experienced.
|Posted by AIM on January 3, 2013 at 9:30 PM||comments (391)|
On December 15th 78 parents from the Lakewood Heights community in inner-city Atlanta gathered at AIM for Hope 4 the Family (H4tF).
H4tF is a mini "life skills seminar for inner-city parents were they meet at the AIM facility from 9:00am till 3:00pm for the life skills seminar. Attendence at H4tF "earns" the parents toys for their 190 children.
Sharalyn Donald did a wonderful job directing the Life Skills Seminar upstairs while DeAnna Davenport organized toys down stairs, with distribution beginning at 3:00pm.
AIM had 95 people sponsor inner-city children and $5600 was donated to purchase toys for the other 95 inner-city children.
Please look at the photo page for several pictures taken at H4tF 2012.
|Posted by AIM on December 5, 2012 at 1:15 PM||comments (352)|
In November AIM provided 101 families and/or individuals a box of food for Thanksgiving. Thank you East Cobb Church of Christ for your provision of the food.
Last week every person who came in the office was provided a coat beginning with 36 children attending the Children's Bible Study. Thank you GACS Elementary School, the Peachtree Corners Rotary Club, and Campus Church for providing coats, sweaters, gloves, etc.
During December we will be collecting toys for "Hope 4 the Family" which is December 15th when AIM will be providing 68 Mom's and Dad's toys for their 175 children. If any body wants to sponsor a inner-city child for Christmas let me know.
|Posted by AIM on November 5, 2012 at 8:35 AM||comments (32)|
The AIM Victory Banquet was held on Saturday, November 3, at the AIM facility. It was a wonderful evening of fellowship for Lakewood members, AIM Volunteers, and Church Partners.
The following awards were given at the Victory Banquet:
Ms Mary Porter was given the Service Award. Ms Mary has served with AIM and Lakewood since the Spring of 1996. She is always prepared to serve in any way needed.
Richard Nyarko was given the Volunteer Award for his involvement with Food Dsitribution and the Living Free 12 step group. Also, Richard provides leadership as a mentor with men and serves on the Board of A Hand Up Ministry.
A special part of the Victory Banquet was giving appreciation to Alfred Donald for 20 years of ministry as the Evangelist of AIM and Minister of Lakewood Church. It was a wonderful occasion with a special video from past Director Mark Powell with his wife, Debbie, and children included in the video. And all four of Alfred and Sharalyn's children were able to be in attendance.
Please plan to attend the Victory Banquet next year on November 2.
|Posted by AIM on September 26, 2012 at 3:50 PM||comments (3618)|
The Victory Banquet will be November 3 at 6:30pm at the AIM facility. The suggested donation for the meal is $25.00. In addition to the usual happenings at the Victory Banquet, this year we will be honoring the Alfred Donald family for 20 years of ministry with AIM. Alfred moved from West Tennessee in June of 1992 to serve as Evangelist of AIM. Please let us know if you will be able to join us at the Victory Banquet. Contact Bo Davenport for more info and RSVP at [email protected]