The other day while in town with a friend, we came up to a traffic light that was both red and green. Fortunately, we could see that the opposing light was green, so we stopped. But it got me thinking about how symbolic that situation was for mission life in general. Living in a different […]
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Sometimes change happens gradually. Bible translations take years. Breaking the stronghold of spiritual oppression can take generations.
But there are times when transformation can be seen immediately.
Such is the case when an MAF airplane is finally able to touch down on a […]
Living overseas comes with stages. When you first arrive in a new country there is so much to take in. Everything is exciting and new. Then there is culture shock. When you don’t speak the language and you don’t know how things operate, it can be overwhelming. As you get settled, you become more accustomed […]
Anytime you move, the transition requires you to learn. You have to learn your way around a new city, learn your new job, make new friends, and figure out a new routine. Moving overseas is the same, but on steroids. You must do all of those things, but within an unfamiliar framework. You must learn […]
A flight to help restore power to a major city leads to a conversation about the Highest Power
Story by Amy Embleton, an MAF missionary in Mozambique
On a Saturday at 6:00 a.m., my husband Kent received a call from a familiar client. It was the booking agent from the titanium mine that we fly for very […]
What is it worth to see unreached people experience the love of Jesus?
“Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God.”
William Carey, the father of modern missions, closed his first sermon at a missionary society in London with this quote—and with it set the tone for the new wave of Protestant missions that would […]