6 a.m. – I wake up and get the first load of laundry going. Christmas music is already blaring from a pondok Natal in the valley below us. I set out breakfast and sit down to read the Bible. I go out to check on the laundry and see one of our neighbors, Pak Pilipus, […]
“They are like a breath; their days are like a fleeting shadow.” Psalm 144:4
I never dreamed when I married and had a family that we would be living in the middle of nowhere. You never know where obedience will take you. We live in Wamena, the largest city in the world that is […]
Here is the next blog post in our series by the MAF wives. This is a recent day in the life of Liz Schandorff at the Haiti program. It’s a bit unusual in that she’s been working in the MAF Haiti hangar office for several weeks, helping with the Hurricane Matthew response.
4:20 a.m. – Wake to […]
For the next few weeks, the MAF wives will be sharing day-in-the-life snapshots of life overseas, or thoughts about ministry, family, and faith. Their daily routines differ from one location to the next. Follow along here to find out what out what the wives of MAF pilots and mechanics are up to. Today, Linda recounts a typical weekday […]
This is the first blog post I have written for MAF as a mom… so seems appropriate I would write about an experience involving my new daughter, Wyleigh Relebohile (Lebo). Recently we joined another MAF family, the Youngs and made a visit to Katse, a village in the mountains of Lesotho. We were going to […]
My husband and I had the privilege to travel to Nampula, Mozambique, as volunteers for the MAF program there this past month. We spent three weeks offering our services in construction and assisting the MAF team in moving to a new hangar. As a 21-year-old newlywed wife who has long had a passion for missions, […]