How people like you are making a difference in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
By: Jennifer Wolf
You may have read our FlightWatch story, or seen us post about how our team in eastern DRC is helping to address a nearby crisis. Nearly 100,000 people recently fled terrible violence and are living in makeshift camps, […]
Coming together to care for two young orphans
Photo courtesy of Haiti Bible Mission.
The last two months of operational flying have been a bit of a blur – my logbook says 94 flights, 6079.8 miles, 40,985 pounds of pax (passengers) and cargo. But I am not sure that’s the best way to measure it. Instead, […]
The honor of serving mothers in need through MAF
Story by Tyler Schmidt, an MAF pilot serving in Kalimantan, Indonesia.
After landing in Malinau, one of our main fueling points before going into the jungle, I was reviewing my manifest when I saw my name listed as a passenger. I was very confused because usually I, […]
Have you ever made a deal with God?
Leslie Hulls did.
She told God that she would be willing to go overseas with her family to Lesotho as long as God protected her children. Things were going smoothly until tragedy struck. After a tragic accident, the life of her young daughter, Evi, was changed forever.
But God was […]
Brad Hopkins, base manager at MAF’s Palangkaraya floatplane base in Kalimantan, is really excited about the new addition to their fleet:
“I think the biggest reason I’m looking forward to the arrival of PK-MEE, the amphib KODIAK, is because of its usefulness. When we integrated the Caravan into the East Kalimantan program in 2008, it was […]
Eight Indonesian pastors arrived in Kalimantan, Indonesia, from Java recently on their way to encourage two German nurses who have been serving in the remote village of Marikoi for over 30 years.
MAF floatplane PK-MCB, “Charlie Brown,” has been serving on Borneo island as long as these nurses have! The Cessna 185 floatplane helped take the […]