Gravity charges a high price for defiance. All aircraft, whether space shuttle, jet airliner or jungle Cessna cost a lot to operate. They need energy to get off the ground, then demand more to stay aloft until they reach their destination, be it International Space Station, Chicago, or the next jungle strip.
NASA spends $450 million […]
Sarah Gorenflo is an MAF missionary kid who spent seven years in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
For most of my life growing up, I didn’t face the normal fears of heights or spiders that other kids faced. Instead, my one huge fear was that one day we would have to leave Congo and not […]
MAF recently hosted its annual family conference in Nampa at our headquarters — and let me tell you what a refreshing time it was to reconnect with fellow workers. I’m always encouraged when I have the chance to sit down and talk with our missionaries and really hear what is going on in their hearts.
When it comes to Christian leadership, we must be careful to hold our vision up for everyone to see, reminding them of our goal: To become more Christ-like and make disciples as we share the Good News of the Gospel. When Christian leaders focus on becoming more like our savior it ensures that the organization […]
For any organization to have sustainable momentum there must be extensive training and preparation of its leaders. I firmly believe that MAF—like all ministry organizations—must provide consistent leadership training if we are to accomplish the vision that God has given us.
Mission Aviation Fellowship makes a long-term investment in our staff through extensive training prior to […]