Connect with Asian Indian Communities.
At the core of our ministry is the desire to build relationships and to connect with Asian Indians with love and humility.
Connecting with the local church both
in the US and the world.
Global AIM recognizes the value of partnering with the local church to accomplish the goal of reaching Asian Indians within the local community.
Connect Asian Indian communities with Christ.
Everything we do as an organization has one focus in mind: we want people to experience the love of Jesus.
Connecting with and reproducing
Discipleship is all about establishing believers in their faith in Christ and the work He began in them through salvation.
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Do you need to be reminded you’re enough? You’re worthy? The truth is we are loved. Each and every one of us. 1 John 4:10 says, “This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us
We tell ourselves life will slow down. After the holidays. After the kids go back to school. After the kids are out of school. After we finish a big project at work. We assume at some point there will be time to breathe. Sip some tea in our favorite mug. We make plans to
Joy is the difference-maker in the life of a believer. It’s evidence that God is at work. Joy doesn’t ignore the tragedy or trials of life, and it doesn’t fake a smile. It’s not a fleeting feeling, but an attitude of love and hope.
Fear digs its claws in deep and shakes you to the core. It’s debilitating. It affects your heart, mind, body, and soul. Fear isolates and robs us of courage. Fear convinces us of the worst possible scenario. Fear destroys us.
Forgiveness denied doesn’t punish the other person. It punishes us. We make excuses as to why we could never forgive those who have wronged us but in doing so we deny ourselves fresh grace. We think we’re justified in our refusal to forgive, but our heart grows cold to the love of Jesus when we harbor bitter feelings.
Is your phone the first thing you reach for in the morning and the last thing you touch before bed? Do you frequently pick up your phone to check your lock screen notifications? Do you go on your phone to “look something up” only to discover 45 minutes later that you forgot what you were searching for in the first place? Are you hooked on any number of addicting game apps and find it impossible to avoid trying to beat the current level you’re on and progress to the next one?
What goes through your mind when you are expecting something to work out and nothing happens? I get pretty disappointed every single time. Recently I’ve been meditating on the Book of Psalms. I noticed a pattern where the writer begins by listing his troubles in the beginning or is expressing disappointment over things that are not going according to what he expected, but still, he finds purpose in praising God who is in control.
What do you do when the words “I’m not good enough” come into your thoughts? When negative thoughts like “I can’t do this” or “I’ll never change” create limitations in your daily life and keep you from even trying? Do you have lies that hang around in your head no matter how much you try to ignore them? Do you have regrets that nag at you because of something you didn’t complete or were too afraid to begin?
It is impossible to travel safely in all my road trips across America unless I have my Waze navigation system open on my phone. When you are going through a dark and painful night of the soul, it may take a while before you remember that God is your guide—and that he wants you to have his help.
Does trouble or difficult situations ever cause you to wonder if God is punishing you? The circumstances of our lives are not always easy – job loss, broken down car, failed relationships, health problems, financial difficulties – can all cause us to question, “Why is God punishing me?!”
Today’s verse: Matthew 12: 18 “Behold! My Servant whom I have chosen,My Beloved in whom My soul is well pleased!I will put My Spirit upon Him,And He will declare justice to Gentiles. Scripture: Matthew 12:1-21 Today’s passage teaches us how to face opposition,...
Today’s verse: Matthew 11: 28 Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Scripture: Matthew 11: 20-30 What is God’s word for those who repent to God and those who live according to their wish without tasting the love of God even after...
Today’s verse: Psalm 66:20 Blessed be God,Who has not turned away my prayer,Nor His mercy from me! Scripture: 66 David who had to endure a lot of pain and trouble kept praising God. The last verse in this chapter ends with the statement Blessed be God. When we...
The first man to whom God changed the name was Abraham. God changed Abram which means “exalted father” to Abraham which means “father of a multitude.” The same God changes our names from sinner to God’s child. Abraham who almost offered his son as a sacrifice to God...
A small congregation in the foothills of the Great Smokies built a new sanctuary on a piece of land willed to them by a church member. Ten days before the new church was to open, the local building inspector informed the pastor that the parking lot was inadequate for...
Click the link to read Life of a disciple part - 1http://www.globalaimusa.com/life-of-his-disciples/ Click the link to read Life of a disciple part - 2http://www.globalaimusa.com/life-of-a-disciple-part-2/ Today’s verse: Matthew 10:42 And whoever gives one of these...