Category Archives: Blog Post

MAF Responds in the Wake of Hurricanes Eta and Iota

How your generosity brought hope amidst devastation in Central America

 

“We were blessed to serve those suffering from extensive wind damage, flooding, and landslides that affected hundreds of thousands of people. Homes were gone, crops destroyed, and livelihoods lost in many areas,” said John Woodberry, Mission Aviation Fellowship’s director of global disaster response.

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Bibles to Holuwan: A Light For their Path

Bibles to Holuwan: A Light For their Path by Linda Ringenberg

 

The ladies of the village of Holuwan were waiting. They were dressed up, excitedly swaying back and forth and chanting in their Yali tongue. They were waiting for the MAF plane to land, bringing them Bibles in their own language.

The Cessna Caravan touched down and […]

Full Circle

by Grant Strugnell

How one pilot saw it all come together

Every new South African commercial pilot has a rite of passage: to visit Lanseria International Airport to hand a resume to as many companies as possible. Grant Strugnell made this pilgrimage in 2005, when he was ready to switch jobs and itching to fly bigger, cooler […]

Bringing Church to the Neighborhood

By Corrine Cadinouche

Because of where MAF staff live, God often brings them opportunities to minister to local people outside of the MAF sphere. Here, Corrine Cadinouche with MAF Canada discovers a new mission field during the COVID-19 lockdown in Kinshasa, western Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where she serves with MAF as a flight […]