By Jeanelle Reider
Eight anxious young passengers gave one last hug to their hopeful parents, took a deep breath as the MAF pilot buckled their seatbelts, and watched their village disappear from view. As the airplane rose higher above the mountains, tears trickled down their cheeks. Each child silently wondered: what will happen to me now?
You are helping MAF serve the physical needs of isolated people.
Jesus has striking words for guests at a party thrown by an important Pharisee.
“But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection […]
“My name is Roland, I’m a doctor and also a staff member of the Baliem Mission Center. The Baliem Mission Center is a non-profit organization that desires to spread the Gospel and help mankind.
Right now, we are in a very, very small village in Papua. We are very happy to serve here and help the […]
A small group of teachers are seated single file onboard an MAF KODIAK airplane. They peer through the windows down to the tiny village where they will be launching a new curriculum to kids ages five to nine—the ones who aren’t served by a primary school because they live too far off the beaten path […]