Consider this the official account of our Zambian trip. Also consider that now you can stop asking us how our trip went.
One of the anesthesiologists at the hospital has to take time off to farm so he has enough food to feed his family.
Joe gives a brief summary of Adonai’s medical ministry with the Mayan indigenous people of Guatemala and the work that MMS Aviation performed on their Cessna 182.
This Cessna 206 in our hangar is destined to serve in the Amazon.
It seems, from my limited perspective and time involved in missions, that older people find it harder to raise support.
I thought it would be beneficial to share the pictures from the last two weeks on a blog post so everyone out there can see what’s going on in the hangar!
The missionary and builder of the Bearhawk flew it the whole way from Haiti to our hangar at MMS Aviation in Ohio.
It’s a little more challenging than packing up a shirt you sold on eBay, that’s for sure. It’s crossing the ocean while sitting on the deck of an ocean liner so it will be exposed to hot temperatures, humid conditions, and quite a bit of jostling.
Above: These circles are made up of differently colored spots and are one method used to diagnose colorblindness. “Normal” people can see numbers in all the circles while I can see the numbers in just one, or maybe two if I squint and guess. I guess you could say the problem started back when I […]
One of the problems with the airplane, the pilot noted, was that the engine ran hotter than it should. Once the engine cowling (the hood of the airplane) was removed, the highly trained specialists at MMS Aviation soon found the problem; The engine bay was full of mud!