An MAF writer visits remote villages by airplane and boat, and gains a renewed appreciation for the ministry.
Long Pujungan River in the heart of Borneo. Photo by Natalie Holsten.
By Natalie Holsten
This summer I had the opportunity to return to Kalimantan, Indonesia, where my husband David and I, along with our four kids, spent […]
Thriving in careers they enjoyed, Matt and Beth Wisch thought they would always be senders, supporting their church and missions. They never imagined working for a mission organization, let alone an aviation one. But now they are preparing to do just that.
Matt will lead MAF’s IT efforts in Africa, overseeing IT infrastructure, VSAT terminals, servers, […]
MAF continues to serve in Haiti amidst prolonged upheaval
By Natalie Holsten
Just over a week after a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked southwestern Haiti, MAF pilot Eric Fagerland landed in the town of Jérémie with a load of relief supplies.
As Eric prepared to unload the plane, Mark Stockeland of Haiti Bible Mission grabbed him by the […]
How God opened the door for one couple to support the mission of MAF in an unexpected way
When John and Joanne* first heard about asset-based giving, they dismissed the idea, thinking, “Well, we don’t have anything.”
For years, God had been growing in them a heart for missions. As a young adult, Joanne had traveled to […]
By Maddison Souza, an MAF missionary serving with Alas de Socorro del Ecuador (ADSE – an MAF affiliate) in Shell, Ecuador.
Something that we really struggled with when we first moved to Ecuador was feeling like we didn’t belong. We were the new people and the only foreigners on our team here at ADSE, and we […]
An injured man is carried to an MAF airplane in Jeremie, Haiti, for transport to a hospital in Port-au-Prince. Photo courtesy of Haiti Bible Mission.
As most of you have heard, on August 14, devastation struck Haiti in the form of a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that has leveled hospitals, homes, and businesses.
Over 2,200 people […]