Flight Follow | Season 1: Episode 3
Gene Jordan, wife Lynn, and Ecuador. Gene grew up in Ecuador, flew for MAF in Ecuador, and now his children (with grandchildren) serve in Ecuador. Gene recalls his first flights with MAF, pet monkeys, Ecuadorian rain, and how it feels going back to the same airstrips and villages and […]
Flight Follow | Season 1: Episode 2
Over the course of their years on the field with MAF, the Westom family had to move numerous times due to the instability of the country they were serving in. These evacuations made for trying times, and leaning on the Lord for safety and peace—and patience—was essential for their […]
Flight Follow | Season 1: Episode 1
John and Cora Lou Miller lived and served in Papua, Indonesia. Listen in as John speaks about the unusual cassowary bird, coming into contact with unreached people and their distrust of aircraft, and how a love of music can cross barriers of language. You also get a small sample […]
Note: Rebecca and her family will be moving this summer after 14 years in Indonesia.
We’re going now. This is goodbye. Or, in Indonesian, if we’re the ones going, we say to you, “Selamat tinggal. Peace as you stay.” And then you, the ones staying, tell us, “Selamat jalan. Peace as you go.”
Indonesia, you’ve given each […]
Healing and hope for undernourished children in rural Haiti
One out of every 14 Haitian children won’t live to see their fifth birthday due to malnutrition and related complications, like anemia.
But Danita’s Children—a Christian organization serving in Haiti—is working to change that. Danita’s Children launched a new program that brings mobile malnutrition clinics to rural areas […]
An MAF pilot flies his mom and their ministries converge to bring life-saving medical training to Congolese doctors and nurses.
Photo by Stephen Hale.
“Mom, this is surreal. How does this happen?” said MAF pilot Stephen Hale to his mother, who was in the co-pilot seat next to him in the Democratic Republic of the […]