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First official take-off from the new runway
Celebrating the North-South…

Craig Russell, JAARS Director of Aviation leading the ceremony this morning. Eric Peterson, airport manager and leader of the project, giving the history and background…

Africa Flight Service:…

Brandon Penkoff has been flying a Cessna 206 in Cameroon for the last three years. His work in support of Scripture translation, plus medical evacuations…

Initial Testing Complete…

Ready to go to Lake Wateree Putting the boat in the water Finally in the water Daryl Beltz and technicians from the engine manufacturer checking…

At The Heart…

Spring arrives early in North Carolina. And at the JAARS campus, March brings some great opportunities to explore how you can be a part of…

Mandara Audio New…

As we observed Valentine’s Day here in the United States, the Mandara people–on the other side of the world in Papua New Guinea–dedicated the audio…

Finding a Passion…

All ages are finding a passion for missions through a new adventure program. Set in the JAARS campus “village in the woods,” CrossVenture provides space…

Thank you for being part of the solution when problems threatened to delay Scripture translation.
Providing Quick Solutions

Costly Internet fees. Broken or outdated laptops. Rough going for translation workers who must travel over treacherous, unfriendly terrain to reach distant locations. These are…

Moving Forward In…

Navigating a maze of ruts on a narrow dirt track. Crossing fast-flowing rivers fed by more than ten feet of rain a year—without a bridge.…

More Than The…

As we near completion of the renovations to our repurposed transport boat, the project has broadened in scope. Originally JAARS was to handle purchasing a…