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Two Places to…

Unlike most boys his age, Shay Burgess has two places to call home. He is what we at JAARS affectionately call a TCK, or Third-Culture…

Together We Can

Lyle Wyse, a JAARS-trained aircraft mechanic, spent most of his 33 years of service in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Now he and his wife have…

On God’s Timetable

It was time to change the shipping labels on the Mowers’ crates. After six months of waiting for the civil war to settle down in…

The Start of…

Three years ago, JP* knew nothing about media except that God is powerfully using it all over the world to draw people from a major…

Impassable Mountains or…

When challenges rise like impassable mountains, it’s tempting to cry out to God in despair. But the Lord often transforms these challenges into something more…

Plugging a Leaky…

A massive wall of clouds marches across the sky in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Soon a torrent of rain unleashes on the unsuspecting city while lightning…

A Refuge in…

COVID-19 has left this world in a state of ambiguity. Adults, though still grappling with the uncertainty the virus brings, are armed with facts and…

A Special Event

Forget a car. Ginny Bradley often hitches a ride to work in a helicopter.  Ginny has served in Cameroon for over 40 years as a…

Denny Danielson: A…

JAARS volunteers come to us with a variety of backgrounds and experience but with the common goal of serving the Lord. Retired Air Force pilot…