A group of Papua New Guineans with life jackets stand with an American on a floating platform in the water while waving at the camera
Water Safety Training…

The Danger of Water Travel in Papua New Guinea With the kind of bravery that the early missionaries faced as they traveled into the unknown…

Four men work on an engine in a hangar
Someone Today is…

Lenny Yarita is the second person that we are highlighting as part of our Whatever It Takes 2023 Campaign. Learn more at the campaign page…

“Ain’t nobody going…

JAARS has been sending pilots, mechanics, and instructors up to the mountains of North Carolina for about 50 years to put the finishing touches on…

Serving More People

Three young men from three different places—Papua New Guinea (PNG), New Zealand, and the United States—came to JAARS for the same reason: to serve unreached…

“We Can’t Control…

For about 40 years, JAARS has taken Pre-Field Orientees to the North Carolina mountains to train. There, pilots learn how to fly airplanes in a unique,…

Filling Great Needs

What do eight families serving with four organizations heading to at least four different locations have in common? They all have a heart to serve…

What It Will…

In Mitla, Mexico, Jodi Bunn and Marty Barkey, members of the JAARS Learning and Development Leadership team, led a week-long interpersonal workshop for 11 Bible…

Coming Full Circle

Mission work is in Zac’s blood. His grandfather served as a pilot-mechanic; his parents served in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for most of his adolescence,…