How do we go into all the world and share the Gospel with different people groups around the world? Did you know that there are more than 2,000 languages and dialects in the villages of Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Bolivia, and many other places? Troy Beaber’s interest in mission aviation began in 2000 while on a flight with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) to the Amazon jungle in Venezuela. His intent was to obtain his pilot’s license and go into mission aviation, but after further investigation, he realized he was too old to begin this pursuit.
After much prayer, he decided to focus his energy toward introducing young people to mission aviation. His goal was to create a program that was more affordable, had a deep relationship and ministry focus, and that could be a bridge between school and the mission agency. M.A.P. (Missionary Aviation Program), is that four-year program designed to instruct those who are called into the Mission Aviation field. Troy and his wife, Jana, have three young sons: Tate, Seth, and Wyat. They reside in Lily, Wisconsin.
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- Mission Aviation Fellowship Uses New Congo Airstrip to Combat Malaria (faithinspires.wordpress.com)