You don’t need airplanes to be a missionary. But when you do, it’s a lifeline for your ministry!
A one hour and forty minute flight saves them over twelve hours of traveling (on a good day) and avoids a lot of dangerous hazards along the way.
Pictured above: Adi plays with her friends in Africa after a fresh rain left puddles all over the taxiway. Jumping in puddles is a multi-national sport! Note from Josh: The good news is that we got all our paper newsletters out before we left for Zambia. The bad news is that I completely forgot to... Continue Reading →
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.
A few weeks ago I almost died in West Virginia. Don't get worried, I almost die every time I go hiking with my friends.
Sometimes I just shrug my shoulders and decide that I really don’t have to understand my children, just love them.
MMS Aviation has also been closed until May 1 since it’s considered a non-essential business under the Ohio governor’s stay-at-home-order. This means that, because I’m married to an industrious woman, I’m getting all kinds of stuff done around the house.
God's Multiplying Force The owner of the Bearhawk airplane that I've been working on is a popcorn farmer in Indiana. Several months out of the year he spends in Haiti flying planes in support of a rural orphanage. Recently while he was serving in Haiti he began losing vision in the lower portion of his... Continue Reading →
I have never felt more stupid than I did in the first six months of my apprenticeship. There's so much I don't know! But I know this is where God wants us and it's a thrill to be involved in His plan to reach the world.
Flying Fabric Not to be confused with magic carpets. The bare tube frame with a fresh coat of epoxy primer. Right now I’m helping to rebuild a 4 seat Bearhawk that’s owned by an Indiana farmer. He keeps the plane in Haiti where it’s used to support an orphanage. Life in a hot tropical climate... Continue Reading →