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 […]
MAF has served the remote village of Mulia in Papua, Indonesia, since the late 1950s, when the Gospel was first introduced there. Recent flights are aimed at helping a new generation of believers in Mulia, and surrounding areas, follow in this legacy of faith.
In January, MAF pilots had the privilege of bringing a team of […]
This is a story by our MAF-UK counterparts about one of our sister programs operating in Mongolia.
In this remote corner of Mongolia, specialist medical care rarely comes. What a difference a plane makes!
The sun is just coming up in Bulgan Sum, a remote town in western Mongolia.
A crowd of men, women and children cram into […]
Traveling from her home in Missouri to Haiti every month, for two weeks at a time, Janice Cotrone relies heavily on MAF to get her to La Gonave island quickly and safely. In this way, she can have more time to spend training nurses so they can give compassionate care and be the hands and […]
I recently had the privilege of attending the Issachar Initiative FTT (Finishing The Task) Conference at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in California. The Issachar Initiative is a group of mission organizations who—like Mission Aviation Fellowship—are committed to “finishing the task” of reaching all people groups with the message of the Gospel. It was wonderful getting […]
Mark Spann (left) hands out Bibles to airport control tower staff. Story photos by Kevin Spann.
When MAF pilot/mechanic Kevin Spann’s parents visited Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, they had a special mission: to deliver Bibles to all the staff at the airport control tower at Kinshasa’s Ndjili Airport. A fundraiser at their local church, […]