An Update and Call for Prayer
Natural disasters like floods, earthquakes and storms are always devastating—but particularly so for those who are already in dire need. Many of the Haitian people were struggling before Hurricane Matthew ravaged this already hurting island nation.
In times of crisis, questions like “Why did this happen?” or “Why the Haitian people?” are […]
The Gospel still flourishes even when staff levels are low.
Furloughs and staff departures have left the MAF program in Papua with reduced staff numbers—but the remaining MAF pilots and mechanics are still determined to meet the needs of isolated people as best they can.
“Our sister base in Timika is without any pilots at all, so […]
A glimpse into an often overlooked but critical role in missionary care, and one couple who jumped in without looking back
It’s a school day and Kevin and Kim Mills’ alarm clock goes off at 5:45 a.m. They roll out of bed and start getting breakfast ready for 17 people. Around the dining table 45 minutes […]
MAF inspires a Haitian intern to achieve new heights
The first time Zacharie François saw his country of Haiti from the air, it was a pivotal moment in his life. He saw the joy on his little brother’s face as MAF pilot Will White took them to Pignon. He, too, felt joy as he realized the […]
An MAF flight made it possible for a Bible translation consultant to complete her training
Sarah Casson, a Bible translator with SIL in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), shares this account of an MAF flight that made a big difference both for her and some important translation checking on the book of Genesis.
Traffic on the airstrip at Port-de-Paix, Haiti. Photo by Mark and Kelly Hewes.
MAF partners with a school in Haiti to introduce youth to Christ
“No Longer a slave to fear.
I am a child of God.”
In Port-de-Paix Haiti, a student at Sonlight Academy woke up singing these words from “No Longer Slaves” by Bethel Music. She […]