I’d posted a picture on social media of our home in Papua, and it looked so peaceful. I remember reading some of the comments and agreeing, but wishing that people could truly know the three-dimensional version of the place where we live. Just recently when a friend from the states came […]
Serving in Haiti, my husband and the other MAF pilots are often called on to do medevac (medical evacuation) flights. Complications during childbirth, accidents, and disease are usually the cause. But recently we found our own son in need of evacuation. A simple cold had quickly turned into a complicated case of necrotizing pneumonia. His pediatrician […]
Have you ever made a deal with God?
Leslie Hulls did.
She told God that she would be willing to go overseas with her family to Lesotho as long as God protected her children. Things were going smoothly until tragedy struck. After a tragic accident, the life of her young daughter, Evi, was changed forever.
But God was […]
MAF celebrates with Bible translators in the DRC
Imagine what it must be like to hold the Bible in a language you can understand for the first time. Can you imagine what it would be like for Moses, David, Jesus, the Apostles, and so many amazing passages to leap off the pages and into your heart? […]
There are things we tolerate for love of our children. For me, one of those things is our cat.
Two years ago, a scrawny grey cat showed up at our house, and my kids immediately began showering love and affection up on it. Not being a cat-lover myself, I left the care of it to the […]
Landmines are usually something one would try to avoid. But recently I met people who look for them on purpose! They are often on their hands and knees with small shovels and wearing protective plating and helmets. These are the brave and courageous staff of the demining organization, HALO.
I had the opportunity to spend a […]