It’s a small personal victory, hoisting the windsock pole over Matekane’s western end with a new windsock proudly unfolding into the brisk winter wind. The windsock pole weighs a ton! Something like my own personal Mount Suribachi for this former Marine turned missionary pilot. Replacing windsocks regularly keeps us safe though, despite the mission to […]
Socks don’t last forever. Over time they become threadbare, your big toe sticks out, and they need to be replaced. Which is a pretty simple task. But replacing the sock’s aviator cousin, the wind sock, is not as easy as touching your toes.
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 […]
This past week Maseru experienced a winter storm that brought much needed rain to Maseru and the lowlands and snow to our mountains. We are so grateful for this as last winter we had almost no snow and, as a result, our country was thrown into the beginnings of the worst drought on record. The […]
As a print shop coordinator at MAF headquarters, Atalie Snyder recently spent a week as a volunteer babysitter watching MAF children while the parents attended an MAF Africa Managers’ conference in Cape Town, South Africa. Afterwards she spent time at the Lesotho program and got a firsthand look at the work of MAF. Atalie shares […]
How MAF, the Lesotho Flying Pastors, and you are sharing the Gospel in the mountains of Lesotho
Matthew Monson, a pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship, and his passengers stepped out of the Cessna 206 after landing near the village of Kuebunyane, Lesotho. They followed a windy dirt path across small streams and past a few huts […]