New missionary teams on deputation.

By September 12, 2003

International (MNN)–Mission Aviation Fellowship is helping remote villages in Africa dig fresh water wells, fly students to Bible schools, save lives through medical emergency flights and deliver Bibles. God is calling ordinary people to use their skills overseas. Several new families just completed weeks of candidacy and technical evaluation, and been accepted as new MAF missionaries. Pray for them as they raise their support and for those God has prepared to be a part of their ministry team.

The teams are: Bill and Patti Yost to Sentani, Papua, Indonesia; Robby and Carol Matthews,East Kalimantan, Indonesia; Ray and Julie Siebring, Lesotho, Africa; Robert and Lynette DiCrasto, Ecuador, South America; Gene and Jen Arnold will be serving in Venezuela, South America; and Ted and Nan Van Zwol will serve in Papua, Indonesia.

Mission Aviation Fellowship is a team of aviation and communication specialists overcoming barriers in isolated and remote regions in support of more than 300 Christian and humanitarian organizations around the world.

MAF was founded in 1945 by former World War II pilots who loved the Lord Jesus, loved flying, and wanted to see their two loves joined.

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