MAF pilot Matt Monson in Lesotho shares this story about an opportunity to tell others about Christ.
Airstrip workers at Semenanyane. Photo by Justin Honaker.
With some of our pilots out on furlough lately, the busy workload here can seem like crashing waves. Discouragement can set in if I focus on the waves that are […]
Your support means MAF can share Christ’s peace in the midst of turmoil.
An element of MAF’s work—one that is often overshadowed by stories of medical evacuations, Bible translation flight support, disaster relief efforts, and many other exciting ministries—is the way MAF helps spread the peace of Christ simply by being there and diligently serving.
In many […]
Story by Jeremiah Hartin, an MAF pilot in Papua, Indonesia.
Normally, you’ll find Jeremiah in his element–at the controls of a KODIAK airplane. But even when he’s not flying, God brings opportunities to minister.
What do you do when alone, miles outside of town in the jungle, and an angry looking fellow appears with a machete […]
The unique role that you’ve played, through MAF, in the lives of the Moi people of Papua, Indonesia
News spread quickly through the village and reached the missionaries living with the Moi tribe. A newborn baby girl had been tied up in vines, placed in a net bag hanging from a tree, and left to die.
The security situation where we live degraded last week, here in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It’s all “part of doing business” for overseas missionaries, but still there is something inside our human hearts which reminds us that this unrest isn’t normal. It’s also a good reaffirmation of one of the reasons why we are […]
I recently had the privilege of attending the Issachar Initiative FTT (Finishing The Task) Conference at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in California. The Issachar Initiative is a group of mission organizations who—like Mission Aviation Fellowship—are committed to “finishing the task” of reaching all people groups with the message of the Gospel. It was wonderful getting […]