How God took one family’s tragedy and used it for good
Allan Bagge was flying his airplane in northern Idaho in 1987 when he tragically crashed—he did not survive.
Allan and Lois Bagge, 1986. Photo courtesy of the Bagge family.
Lois, Allan’s wife, was determined to honor her husband and bring closure to his death.
“My mom wanted […]
A glimpse at how you help MAF staff leave a lasting legacy
Garth Pederson, a long-time pilot with MAF, handed the keys to his motorcycle over to Dan Grings, who serves in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Dan, a third-generation missionary, plans to use the bike to return to the place he was born […]
Cory and Annaleis Woodsum love adventure—their relationship began at a rock climbing ministry at Joshua Tree National Park where they were both instructors. Now, as MAF prefielders, the couple faces another challenge: moving to another country and embracing a new culture.
This adventure began in 1996, when Cory toured the MAF headquarters. He was just learning […]
Will drones make MAF obsolete?
“Drones can be a complimentary tool to our existing aircraft,” said Danny Hulls, MAF application administrator and former pilot. “They would never replace MAF’s traditional aviation services, but they will be an effective tool.”
Case in point: the drone airstrip survey.
School children watch a drone flown by Danny Hulls at Maletsunyane […]
Local MAF staff, an American missionary pilot, and donors like YOU helped save a baby’s life in Lesotho.
Bryan Eygabroad landed his Cessna 206 at the Lebakeng airstrip high in the mountains of Lesotho. He was unloading cargo when he overheard a group of nurses from the local clinic chattering excitedly in a mix of Sesotho […]
Your support makes it possible for new airstrips to allow Christ’s love to be shared.
Sometimes change happens gradually. Bible translations take years. Breaking the stronghold of spiritual oppression can take generations.
But there are times when transformation can be seen immediately.
Such is the case when an MAF airplane is finally able to touch down on a […]