Agape Flights Inc. is a Christian aviation ministry transporting continuous and critical supplies to over 300 missionaries, their families and their missions throughout Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and the Bahamas. Agape is committed to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ through the missionaries it serves.
Our purpose is scripturally aligned with our mission statement where the apostle Paul gives us a clear picture of God's desire for us to supply the needs of the saints. For the ministry of this service is not only supplying the needs of saints, but is also overflowing in many acts of thanksgiving to God. 2 Corinthians 9:12. With that clear mandate, we are committed to continuous and critical support of our missionaries, their families and their unique missions.
Nearly thirteen million people live in the areas regularly reached by Agape's flights to Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas. The critical supplies transported to over 300 missionaries, their families, and their missions are used to change lives, one person at a time. Each year, Agape Flights touches the lives of over one million men, women, and children through its affiliated missionaries who provide clean water, community health, education, evangelism, medical services, micro enterprise, orphan care, and vocational training.
AIM AIR is a Christian missionary aviation team operating six aircrafts from two bases in east and central Africa. Our team of pilots, mechanics, avionics techs, media personnel, administrators and managers serve the needs of 50+ Christian organizations and missionaries.
These missionaries serve people in remote places, leaving them isolated and vulnerable. AIM AIR exists to provide critical air support that keeps missionaries safer and serving longer in Africa.
We fly so missionaries:
Can rest assured: One phone call is all it takes. From poisonous snakes to civil wars, missionaries in remote places can find themselves in need of immediate care. With one phone call AIM AIR can immediately begin an evacuation response – swiftly delivering an airplane to their backyard, ready to carry them to safety.
Stay Focused: Maximizing ministry time. When we deliver essential supplies, provide technology assistance, or repair a vehicle between flights, missionaries do not have to be distracted from their most important work. They can focus on people instead of problems.
Go the Distance: Serve longer and go farther. With the airplane as a lifeline, missionaries are no longer limited by time and distance. They become free to deepen relationships and impact hearts with the love of Christ so entire communities' change.
Flying Mission USA acts as the fiscal agent for FM personnel raising support in the United States. Vision: Gospel-centered missions strengthened to transform rural communities for Christ. WE SERVE to transform lives in our communities for Christ through aviation, training, and care ministries in Botswana, Zambia and the region.
JAARS exists to make Bible translation and language development possible, especially in the most remote and difficult places on earth. Since 1948, we have provided logistical solutions and equipment to help linguists and translators work effectively in off-the-grid locations.
In particular, our focus is in four areas: transportation, technology, media, and training. Relative to missionary aviation, we provide partners like SIL and affiliates of the Wycliffe Global Alliance with aircraft, pilot and mechanic training, operating and safety standards, field operations support, parts supply, research & development, and more. We operate from the 550-acre JAARS Center and Townsend Field in North Carolina, conducting training at our own airport and a range of landing strips here and in the North Carolina mountains. Our aviation staff are involved in recruiting, training, aircraft maintenance, acquisition and preparation of aircraft for global partners, field needs assessment, and more. Please visit the JAARS web site for more information about aviation initiatives, current field projects, staffing needs, opportunities to engage with JAARS, and the wide range of non-aviation solutions we provide to our mission partners.
We serve or work in partnership with dozen of organizations with the purpose to take the Gospel further along the communities in the Brazilian Amazon Basin. For it, we develope research projects, train people biblically, care for missionaries, deliver multimedia tools for evangelization and support missionaries with supplies. To reach most of the isolated localities we use small airplanes.
MAFC operates a mission aviation program in Angola, Africa and a mission aviation training program in Canada. In addition they operate a technical innovation organization, and second technical missionary staff to a number of other mission aviation organizations.
MSI exists to help missionary aviation organizations succeed by promoting safety, security, and operational excellence. We use a number of tools to accomplish this, including safety seminars, safety audits, accident and incident investigation, publishing safety alerts and mishap summaries, and providing consulting services. We are an integral part of the AIRMAP aviation insurance program, and are providing leadership for the FOQA/FDM project for missionary aviation.
Impacting Remote Alaska with the Hope of Jesus Christ through Mission Aviation
Across the vast roadless wilderness of Alaska are hundreds of isolated villages where Americans live in third-world conditions. The rich native culture has been overwhelmed by rampant alcoholism, teen suicide, joblessness, and spiritual darkness.
The inhospitable terrain, depressing isolation, high cost of living, inadequate housing, bitter weather, and winter darkness only serve to compound the rapidly changing cultural standards.
Fostering true change is difficult for many villages due to the lack of connecting roads. Exposure and access to Christian influence and care is likewise limited and sadly, women and children are affected the most.
Less than 100 villages have any established evangelical church, pastor, or missionary presence, and many have no followers of Jesus Christ. When there is a pastor or missionary in the village, they are also isolated and cutoff from the normal spiritual and support networks typically afforded other Christian workers.
Pastors and missionaries in village churches are fighting an uphill battle to share Christ in meaningful ways to an increasingly hard-to-reach population.
Missionary Aviation Repair Center (MARC) has provided a lifeline of hope to these villages, strengthened the ministry of Christians, and expanded the reach of the Gospel across the Alaskan frontier since 1964.
Today, MARC has a fleet of airplanes that fly throughout western Alaska and even across the Bering Sea into eastern Russia. We provide affordable transportation services, training, and quality airplane maintenance for mission organizations through our own internal staff of missionary families who raise their own financial support to serve with MARC. We're privileged to serve God here.
OHA MISSIONS INC is a 501(C3) created to reach every unreached village on the planet with a mixture of conventional and advanced air mobility aircraft. Our first effort is partnering with and strengthening the global mission aviation community with new technology and then look forward to providing surge capabilities for aerial logistics during natural disasters and revival. OHA MISSIONS INC is partnering with Orb Aerospace Inc for Advanced Air Mobility and open to receiving financial and aircraft donations for disaster relief and humanitarian aid missions.
Paradise Bound Ministry is a mission organization that works primarily in Guatemala. PBM exists to continue the earthy ministry of Jesus Christ. We focus our efforts in remote, isolated villages, ministering to physical needs first, building a relationship of trust and love, and earning the opportunity to present the Gospel. Our various outreaches include: Mission Teams, Discipleship, Medical Clinics, Clean Water, The Action Bible Project, The PBM Bible Institute, Church Planting, Mission Aviation, & Open Doors Orphanage.
Proclaim Aviation Ministries is a non-denominational Evangelical Christian based non-profit ministry that melds our passion for aviation with the desire to see the Gospel of Jesus Christ available to every person. The purpose of Proclaim Aviation Ministries is to assist missionary candidates from the commencement of their aviation training to ultimately utilizing their aviation skills to serve overseas with a Christian Mission and spread the Gospel of Christ to those in remote areas of the world.
Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan's Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through His Son, Jesus Christ. Samaritan's Purse Mission Aviation Services operates five aviation programs globally: North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina, Soldotna, Alaska, Eldoret, Kenya, Monrovia, Liberia
For a missionary aviation candidate, the technical training for flight and maintenance skills is sometimes the simplest part of his/her overall required preparation to serve. Many other factors emerge along the journey to serving fulltime in missionary aviation. These factors are equally as vital and, if not addressed properly, can be disqualifying. At SOAR, we are committed to addressing these factors with our comprehensive approach in preparing missionary candidates allowing them to transition directly to their future mission aviation sending agency. Our seamless pathway to missions along with practical maintenance and flight experience is supported by a financial model that avoids debt. Debt can frequently delay or derail those trying to get to the mission field. As we like to say, "It's from SOAR to the Mission Field!".
SOAR exists to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ to the people of Russia & Abkhazia by coming alongside of, encouraging, and equipping Russian believers to reach their own people for Christ. Recently SOAR has begun ministry with refugees from Ukraine both in Moldova and in Ukraine itself.
Trinity Aviation Academy is a three-year, residential programs that provides mission-called men and women flight , A&P, and Bible training efficiently and economically. Graduates earn their A&P and commercial pilot licenses and will have studied each book of the Bible over the course of three years.
Wings Above Aircraft, Inc. (WAAI) is based in the Philippines. Our subsidiary companies develop projects as well as building churches in the poorest of the poor provinces. WAAI basically provide logistics to our subsidiary companies aside from doing missionary aviation.