A unique partnership is bringing hope to the mountains of Lesotho
The sun sets on the Tlhanyaku valley in Lesotho. Photo by Lem Malabuyo.
A mother and her two children hiked uphill carrying empty five-gallon plastic jugs. Dry season in the mountains of Lesotho means water is scarce.
Headed in a different direction, members of the […]
Lifetimes of service make a lasting difference in Papua
It’s May 2010. MAF aircraft have brought visitors and copies of the first Kimyal New Testament to the village of Korupun in Papua, Indonesia. The people have celebrated and given heartfelt praise to God, overjoyed to finally have His Word in their heart language.
A small group of […]
Decades of service left a lasting impact for one MAF pilot and the people he flew
By Gene Jordan
Gene Jordan, MAF’s public relations ambassador. Photo by Lem Malabuyo.
My parents went to Ecuador as missionaries in 1951. As a kid I heard about the “MAF airplane, flown by Uncle Nate, in the jungle.” When I […]
A family legacy of MAF service
One of Daniel Goheen’s earliest memories is his dad tucking in his mosquito net at bedtime and praying over him in their home in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). His family was there on their first assignment with MAF.
“He’d pray the […]
By Joe Adams
Joe Adams, a pilot/mechanic in Lesotho, describes his technical evaluation as he was joining MAF in 2018 and tells how God used his instructor pilot, Tim Imbrock, to help him work through a difficult situation.
The airplane rolled to a stop on the 1600-foot dirt airstrip in Idaho and the engine was shut down. […]
Bringing hope to a drought-stricken area of Haiti
Mason Murawski noticed a young boy with Down Syndrome wasn’t wearing a colorful bracelet, meaning he wasn’t going to participate. Mason was part of a short-term team from the U.S. that was putting on a vacation Bible school (VBS) for children in a remote area of northwest Haiti.