| Daryl E. Witmer AIIA Director and Founder
Rev. Witmer founded AIIA in 1991. For over 30 years he served as a local church pastor. His ordination credentials are with the Evangelical Free Church of America. In 1972 he was influenced by a term of study at Dr. Francis Schaeffer’s L’Abri Fellowship in Huemoz, Switzerland. In December of 1984, Witmer contracted Guillain-Barre syndrome which has left him in a wheelchair with quadriparetic paralysis. He and his wife Mary have three grown sons, three daughters-in-law, and nine grand-children. Click here for a more extensive personal testimonial.
| Mary Witmer AIIA Administrative Assistant
Mary has been with AIIA from its very beginning in 1991. Her work involves personally acknowledging every contribution to the ministry, processing mail, hosting Study Center guests for lunch, and handling a thousand other smaller but absolutely vital details.
| Elizabeth May AIIA Administrator
Beth began working with AIIA In January of 2014. She helps to maintain AIIA’s extensive database and stays up-to-date with office and general ministry operations, and is able to cover when Daryl & Mary are away. She also maintains the ministry’s web store. She handles certain aspects of her AIIA-related work from her home in Poland, Maine.
| Timothy Good Webmaster
Tim has been serving as Webmaster for AIIA since November, 2013. His 15 years of experience as Web Architect for the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth has prepared him with the skills to care for AIIA’s website. He lives with his wife Allison and children deep in the wooded mountains of Hartland, VT.
Next Upcoming Event
FAITH MATTERS is a monthly meeting sponsored by AIIA during which we examine worldviews, belief systems, and a wide variety of issues related to matters of life and truth — all through the lens of Christian apologetics. This event typically features lectures, resource reviews, and conversation geared for thinking adults and senior teens. FAITH MATTERS is open to the public. There is no admission charge. Participation is welcomed but not required. No one will be made to feel uncomfortable by being pressured to contribute to the discussion. Light refreshments are often provided.
FEATURED THIS MONTH: We plan to engage in a live apologetics-oriented drill right on site at AIIA’s Study Center. Be prepared to watch and/or participate in mock debates and extemporaneous exchanges on a variety of basic questions about Christianity.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: All topics are subject to change up to one week before the event, as circumstances warrant. Check to verify the topic within the final six days preceding the date of the program.