Different than Planned

In 2020, Kayla Duckert had plans for a Wycliffe summer internship that involved helping with a Bible translation in a Canadian First Nations community. However,…

A New Adventure

Mike Mower was excited about flying to this year’s Oshkosh event. Though he had been directing this and other Missions at the Airport (MATA) events…

Two Journeys Converge

When Karissa Uhlig applied to serve as a Journalism Fellow at JAARS, she wrote, “I have felt the Lord leading me into missions, and I…

Printing for a…

Steve Kaetterhenry grew up as a missionary kid in Bolivia in South America; his parents served with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Therefore, he was well-acquainted with…

‘Just Working With…

For seven of the last eight summers prior to moving to Waxhaw, Danielle Townsend taught Vacation Bible School (VBS) in Wisconsin. So when she saw…

More People =…

When James Grabhart was a kid, a missionary pilot came to his church and spoke about landing on a mountain, getting captured by guerrilla warriors,…

LIstening for the…

Richard Shipman, a writer on the JAARS Communications team, has a diverse up-in-the-air background in aviation. So how did he ever land at JAARS?  Richard…

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…