With MAF’s help, an American fighter works to free an enslaved people
After carrying a 120-pound bag of charcoal attached to a strap wrapped around her forehead through the jungle for three miles, the woman held out her hand to receive her wages, her food for the day—a small square of goat fur. One man worked […]
Recently, we had new grass put in our yard, and have spent many days giving it the loving care it’s been denied for so long. We’re hoping for a lush emerald green lawn on which to relax.
Sadly, our new lawn has weeds … a lot of them. They are spreading and choking out our newly […]
In my five years of serving with MAF in Lesotho, one of the things I have grown to appreciate the most is the missionary community. We are excited for each other’s breakthroughs, we mourn each other’s losses, we intercede and work together for God to be fully known and glorified here. We’re all on the […]
“I’ll come with you!” The words were out of my mouth before my brain had time to register what I was committing to. In a moment of uncharacteristic courage, I volunteered to go along with my husband on what would be my first trip interior … and I managed to pick a doozy.
The survey trip […]
PAPUA – In December 2014, MAF staff in Nabire received word about a mystery illness afflicting remote villages in the area. Thirty people had already died as a result. MAF immediately began scheduling flights to bring medical care into the area.
MAF transports a medical team to the village of Pagamba in Papua, Indonesia. Story […]
PK-MEA took part in a three-day celebration in December to dedicate the Hupla Bible. It was an exciting time for the village of Soba, located in the highlands of Papua, Indonesia. Hundreds came from surrounding areas to celebrate.
Over the course of the past year, PK-MEA and the MAF Papua fleet made over 60 flights into […]