It truly takes a village—or a fleet of airplanes, mechanics, and MAF supporters—to bring Christ’s love to isolated people.
At MAF’s hangar in Uganda, four aircraft from different Africa programs were recently in for maintenance at the same time—from Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Chad, South Sudan, and Uganda.
While each one waited for its turn […]
Praying before a flight to Kikwit, west DRC, with the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC).
The beauty of serving with MAF is the ability to go anywhere. You’re probably thinking, “Well, yes, that’s why you have small airplanes,” but that’s not exactly what I mean.
As pilots of MAF aircraft in a developing country we gain […]
The recent outbreak of Ebola in western Africa has brought attention to the sad state of healthcare in that part of the world. But those who spend any time in Africa are keenly aware of its inadequacies. Few hospitals and doctors … limited access to immunizations, or fear of them … illnesses caused by lack […]
As 2012 draws to a close, we’re looking back at some key ministry highlights. Here’s a collection of stories pulled from videos, the blog, and a radio broadcast.
• In March, the MAF team in Haiti celebrated 25 years of service, and we had a special Haiti campaign, Catalyst for Change.
• MAF’s videographer visited our Africa […]