Doug and Karin Allrich have seen a lot of changes in the country of Indonesia during their 26 years there with MAF. And while the airplanes and passengers have changed, one thing that remains the same is how they feel blessed to be able to make a difference in the lives of those they serve—particularly […]
As a writer for FlightWatch, I have the incredible privilege of hearing what God is doing through MAF around the world. And I’ve discovered that dozens of ministries are being played out every day by the women of MAF.
There are female pilots with MAF. In fact MAF’s very first pilot was a lady named Betty […]
You are helping MAF support years-long Bible translation efforts in the Congo
In March of this year, MAF airplanes landed at the Todro airstrip, bringing translators, church leaders, and other special guests to join a crowd of over 3,000 people. They waited in breathless anticipation as dancers and […]
When he was a young boy growing up in Belgium with missionary parents, Jonathan de Jongh had plenty of chances to ride in “the big airplanes.” Every time he flew to the States, he loved visiting the cockpit, full of buttons and levers.
“My mind was made up,” said Jonathan. “I was going to be a […]
You are saving hundreds of little lives through MAF medical flights
“I’ll never, ever forget that day as long as I live. Joshua’s temp was 105, and during the flight, his eyes rolled back in his head. I thought I had lost him. Over the drone of the engine, I cried out, ‘Can’t this thing go […]
How MAF, the Lesotho Flying Pastors, and you are sharing the Gospel in the mountains of Lesotho
Matthew Monson, a pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship, and his passengers stepped out of the Cessna 206 after landing near the village of Kuebunyane, Lesotho. They followed a windy dirt path across small streams and past a few huts […]