“It blew me…

It’s not every day that Nathan Hicker gets to sleep in a hammock strung across the walls of a hangar. Nathan, the JAARS Aviation Training…

You Don’t Do…

What characteristics should future mission aviators possess?  About 49 years ago, this question and others drove Moody Aviation, LeTourneau, and the School of Missionary Aviation…

Step by Step

Sassy the Cessna here, though you might not recognize me at this point. I don’t look much like myself right now. The mechanics at JAARS…

Wings of Mercy

The dense Amazon jungle covering most of Brazil is larger than the whole Southwest United States—2,000,000 square miles. The reality of those millions of miles,…

A Trip to…

Here in the States, a weekend outing to a state park might take us on an enjoyable 60-mile jaunt. Takes about an hour. Good road.…

No Weekend Picnic

In 1938, evangelization began in the Panzi region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Yet the sharing of God’s love was hampered by…

A Dream Comes…

Alligators cruise the rivers looking for prey, ibis patrol the shallows for minnows, and rain pours across the flatlands, submerging the marshy grasses completely during…

In the Big…

Many years ago, God gave Cesar and Cathrim Souza, a Brazilian couple, a longing to serve in Africa with AIM Air*. The path has been…