A glimpse into an often overlooked but critical role in missionary care, and one couple who jumped in without looking back
It’s a school day and Kevin and Kim Mills’ alarm clock goes off at 5:45 a.m. They roll out of bed and start getting breakfast ready for 17 people. Around the dining table 45 minutes […]
Airport meeting gives insight into what British Charity CAN is doing in Nepal
Doug Scott, CBE, made the first British ascent of [the south-west face of] Everest in 1975, and since then has wanted to help the mountain people of Nepal. He founded UK based charity, Community Action Nepal (CAN). Since CAN started operation in 1994 […]
On Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, MAF had the honor of flying Maud Kells back to the village of Mulita, where she was the victim of a shooting attack in January 2015. Less than a year after the medical evacuation flight that saved her life, she returned to a joyful celebration.
Hundreds of people gathered at the […]
Today’s guest post is by Chad Moore, who recently came on board with MAF as a teacher. He and his family just moved to Indonesia so Chad can teach at the Peningki Hill School in Tarakan, Kalimantan.
To learn more about the Moore family and their life in Indonesia, visit their Mission Aviation Fellowship webpage.
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