When a young boy couldn’t breathe, you made a difference through an MAF flight.
“Sadrak came down with a respiratory virus and it turned into a respiratory emergency,” said Trevor Johnson with HeartCry Missionary Society. “We thought Sadrak was going to die.”
Trevor and his family live among and minister to the Korowai tribe in the village […]
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. Instead, […]
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, […]
A Missionary in Haiti equips himself to volunteer with MAF
Andrew after landing at Smith Prairie (2U0), east of Boise, during MAF’s flight standardization.
As a missionary based in Haiti since 2011, Andrew Sutton knew about MAF. He’d bumped into David Carwell, MAF Haiti program manager, on one of his first visits to the country while […]
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 […]
“It’s hard for MAF not to get in someone’s DNA. The work is so excellent, and yet done with such a servant’s heart.” —Nancy Cullen
From retired FAA air traffic controller to MAF volunteer and advocate, Nancy Cullen isn’t slowing down in her retirement. On the contrary, she’s jumped in with both feet, to introduce others […]