It’s been 20 years since MAF introduced its current logo … the burgundy-and-gray emblem with the dove. Since that time…
- The Internet came into our lives
- MAF installed its first satellite communication link
- Zaire became the DRC (again)
- MAF began its Mali well-digging project
- The MAF-Learning Technologies division was created
- MAF began and completed Operation ACCESS! —a major research project that identified unreached people groups
- The ministry moved its headquarters from Redlands, CA to Nampa, ID
- MAF has delivered tons of Bibles in new languages
- We began flying KODIAKs
- MAF has provided disaster relief assistance in Haiti, Honduras, Sumatra, Mozambique, and other areas
- Through MAF, the Lord has transformed many lives
Much has changed in technology, culture, and at MAF in 20 years, and it’s time for a fresh look!
Please visit the MAF website (www.maf.org) on Wednesday, August 15, as we roll out MAF’s brand new logo! The new logo will be utilized worldwide by all organizations using the name Mission Aviation Fellowship. The new design is contemporary, impactful, and memorable. I hope you will be as enthusiastic about it as I am.
However, let me assure you that one thing has not changed, and that is MAF’s commitment to its mission:
Sharing the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people will be physically and spiritually transformed.
No matter what the logo looks like … what emblem is on the tail of the plane … this is what MAF is all about. Jesus Christ is at the center of everything we do as we strive to demonstrate His love and proclaim His gospel to those living in isolation.