I believe we shouldn’t sit on the couch all day and wait for God to change the world, but neither should we strive to change the world by our own efforts.
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.
Standing next to an airplane engine at full throttle is a little intimidating.
It’s like your lens gets zoomed out wider and wider and you begin to realize that all the little things that looked so big to you are actually just a small part of a much bigger picture.
My photography bug is getting a little itchy again. I used to dabble quite a bit in photography but then I got married and needed money for a honeymoon and so I sold all my equipment. Five years later we still have Janice’s old Canon DSLR and it works but it lacks autofocus during live […]
A blog full of great child rearing tips like Cleaning and Corrosion Control, Read the Manuals, Calibrate Your Instruments, etc.
When a mechanic puts together an engine, it’s his (or her) responsibility to make sure the parts he’s putting together are serviceable.
For a few hours the neighborhood smelled like it was carpet bombed by rotten eggs. After a day or two, however, the rotten egg smell subsided and you could once again smell the tar factory down the road.
Airplanes are expensive and require quite the effort to include in your mission program. So why use them?