The fishermen sailed in and out of the harbor daily, past our boat, to fish for food for their families and to sell at market. Some of the sails were worn and in need of repair and it was then that we realized how we could help.
The locations that I post about so much on social media, are not just a dot on the map anymore, it's an airport that I have visited, or one just like it that MFI helps bridge the gap to, so that they can serve God by serving others.
My experience as a passenger on an MFI flight was very pleasant, there were even drinks and snacks provided if you got hungry. The plane ride wasn't very long flying to Haiti and the views were spectacular.
Missionary Flights recently had a guest speaker for our Monday morning devotions. Dwayne King, an expert aviator, flight instructor, and missionary pilot, was visiting from his base of operation in Alaska where he runs the ministry Kingdom Air Corps (KAC).