I can remember in my early twenties, when I started my first career, how excited I was to get my dream job. However, it didn’t take long for me to realize that every job, even the dream one, has mundane tasks that no one wants to do. The same is true for the mission field.
How you spread the love of Christ, and hope, through MAF in the wake of violence
In the aftermath of tragedy, Jesus went up to a remote place to be with His Father. Soon He was surrounded by people in need. He went over to them and healed them. As the day turned into night, His […]
Jaclyn serves with MAF in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Here, she shares how a visit to another MAF program caused the green-eyed monster to raise its ugly head.
No way. What?!
You have uninterrupted electricity for weeks . . . sometimes MONTHS at a time?!
It gets cool enough that you actually get to put on […]
Refugee camps are without supplies, MAF provides food for those fleeing violence
BUNIA, Democratic Republic of the Congo – Violence in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has caused thousands of displaced people to flood […]
MAF provides food for those fleeing violence
A resurgence of violence in eastern Democratic Republic of […]
Here in Lesotho, my mom is visiting and she’s spending the morning flying with me, something we’ve only had a handful of opportunities to do together. When a call comes mid-flight that a young boy has been hit by a car and needs immediate medical evacuation to another hospital, I immediately adjust my routing and […]