I don’t like letting go. I would much rather hang on to things or people for as long as possible. But sometimes God requires us to let go. Like with our kids. We are facing one of those big letting-go moments at the end of this school year when our oldest son C.J. will graduate […]
It’s so nice to finally meet you. What’s your name, painted in blue on your side? PK-MEE? I’ve been an admirer of yours for the past three years. It’s been quite a long road—or…flight?—for you. Hurdles…setbacks…struggles…. Maybe you’ve wondered if you’d ever make it here to Palangkaraya, Indonesia. Maybe you’d nearly given up hope.
While rolling along through the beautiful American countryside on our drive from Idaho back to Indiana, I had plenty of time to mull over our first training experience at MAF.
We came to headquarters in Nampa, ID, just over five weeks ago not really knowing what to expect but knowing clearly that we had been led […]
Jaclyn serves with MAF in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Here, she shares how a visit to another MAF program caused the green-eyed monster to raise its ugly head.
No way. What?!
You have uninterrupted electricity for weeks . . . sometimes MONTHS at a time?!
It gets cool enough that you actually get to put on […]
When I saw the silver propeller spinners among the airplane parts, I knew I had to get a picture. They looked so orderly lined up like that, so shiny and so perfect for practicing focus and perspective with my camera. My photography teacher would be proud.
My husband and I recently had […]
I looked down at my phone before going to bed and noticed a message saying, No Service. “Hmmm,” I mused, wondering what that meant. The next morning we realized it meant that the internet was out. In this modern day and age, fiber optic internet had amazingly made its way here to Papua, Indonesia, several […]