By Linda Ringenberg
Linda is an MAF missionary serving in Papua, Indonesia, who had the chance to fly with her husband, Dave, to visit the remote village of Nalca recently.
As we stepped out of the MAF Kodiak onto the green grass of the Nalca airstrip, nurses from the Siloam Clinic took turns presenting each […]
Story by Chad Dimon, an MAF pilot/mechanic who served with his family in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Last June, Chad transported a group of CECA-20 Church (Evangelical Community in Central Africa) pastors and Samaritan’s Purse leaders to the northern tip of the DRC, near the Sudanese border. He was able to […]
How people like you are making a difference in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
By: Jennifer Wolf
You may have read our FlightWatch story, or seen us post about how our team in eastern DRC is helping to address a nearby crisis. Nearly 100,000 people recently fled terrible violence and are living in makeshift camps, […]
Coming together to care for two young orphans
Photo courtesy of Haiti Bible Mission.
The last two months of operational flying have been a bit of a blur – my logbook says 94 flights, 6079.8 miles, 40,985 pounds of pax (passengers) and cargo. But I am not sure that’s the best way to measure it. […]
The honor of serving mothers in need through MAF
Story by Tyler Schmidt, an MAF pilot serving in Kalimantan, Indonesia.
After landing in Malinau, one of our main fueling points before going into the jungle, I was reviewing my manifest when I saw my name listed as a passenger. I was very confused because usually I, […]
Because of the generosity of people like you, MAF flew just over 3,600 medical flights last year. Whether it is delivering medicine, doctors, supplies, or transporting a sick or injured person—MAF is often the only hope of access to medical care for people living in remote places.
There are many people who have been impacted by […]