MAF’s new president steps into the next chapter of God’s story.
“Who am I to be asked to step into this role?”
That question ran through David Holsten’s mind when the MAF Board of Directors formally asked him to consider becoming MAF’s next President and CEO. Thoughts of the incredible legacy of this 73-year-old organization and the […]
How God used an MAF pilot and a small Cessna to save one life and transform an entire village
“As I landed and shut down the engine, I thought it was strange no one from the village was there to meet me—usually the whole village comes out to see the airplane! That’s when I heard the crying […]
Karlene Stehling’s days as a young MAF wife in Shell, Ecuador were busy—flight-following for the MAF pilots, keeping an eye on her toddler son, bookkeeping, and hosting visiting missionaries. After 12 years in Ecuador, she and her late husband, Joe, were assigned to serve at MAF headquarters.
Today Karlene’s ministry looks quite different. She assesses all […]
How you spread the love of Christ, and hope, through MAF in the wake of violence
In the aftermath of tragedy, Jesus went up to a remote place to be with His Father. Soon He was surrounded by people in need. He went over to them and healed them. As the day turned into night, His […]
One volunteer vs. thousands of rivets
JB Bermudez-Koch holds one of the drawers that house the rivets he rescued. Thank you, JB! Photo by Paul O’Brien.
Back in 2006, when he was 12 years old, JB Bermudez-Koch and his mother, Genevieve Kelly, paid a visit to Mission Aviation Fellowship’s (MAF) headquarters in Nampa, Idaho. JB’s family […]
A glimpse into some of those you are reaching through MAF
At the MAF Kenya base at Loglogo. Photo by LuAnne Cadd.
Unless you are of Jewish heritage, there was likely a point in time when someone, somewhere had to cross a cultural boundary to share the Gospel with your ancestors.
Paul went to the Gentiles. Mediterranean […]