On the Same…

Three JAARS mechanics recently had the opportunity to travel to Haiti, the land of breathtakingly blue seas, spicy French Creole cuisine, and fluttering palm trees.…

Their Crowning Achievement

Before the birds fill the mountain air with their songs and the sun throws its warm golden rays across the sky, three JAARS Pre-Field Orientation…

Celebrating with an…

The elephant is the biggest of all the forest animals where the Mono people live in the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic of the…

Far-Flung People

Last spring, several members of the land transportation team at JAARS encountered some serious pandemic roadblocks. JAARS had provided motorcycles to a Bible translation partner…

Six Clinics, Six…

Many people living in Cameroon’s remote villages receive medical care only when medical professionals arrange for a visit. Thankfully, a Baptist hospital sends staff out…

Adding Tools to…

After Kjerstin Lifto heard about her uncle and close friends dying in a motorcycle accident, she claimed she would never ride a motorcycle. God, however,…

Flights and Friendships

Missionary pilot-mechanics with overseas assignments face vastly different conditions than those encountered by traditional pilots who work in the U.S. When the overseas partner organizations…

Tracking Every Movement

Back in 2007, Tim McIntosh, now the director of JAARS Maritime Department, began working with SIL Papua New Guinea (PNG) as an administrator for their…