Hope Has Wings

Hope Has Wings : Mission Aviation Fellowship Story

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This volume is an account of the missionary organization, the Mission Aviation Fellowship. Born out of the flying skills obtained during World War II, the MAF continues to take medicines, food and vital equipment to many of the world's most far-flung places where travel by land is out of the question. The book records both the struggle and setbacks, breakthroughs and successes of MAF's history to date. Stuart Sendall-King is the author of "My Daily Walk with Jesus".
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 111 x 178 x 25.4mm | 222g
  • Marshall Pickering
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • M.
  • 0551025514
  • 9780551025516

Table of contents

Part 1 Early hopes (1944-1949): shattered dreams; RAF and MAF; planes; the first long journey; breaking new ground; learning the lessons. Part 2 The first air service (1949-1953): land beyond the Nile; better by air; patience; starting the service; hard rain, soft airstrips; no accident; a one-eyed pilot, a defective plane, a strange auction. Part 3 Development (1953-1965): an emperor and a chartered accountant; changes in the wind; new government, pilots and planes; wider horizons; highlands and lowlands; where cloud and moutain meet; the lake. Part 4 Progress and pain (1965-1980): the hidden people; "Magnifique"; not without cost; fly while you can; yondo; win them now or lose them forever; why this waste?; flying low and long. Part 5 Hope has wings (1980-1993): samaritans and lions; more than we imagined; famine; changes and challenges; the needs never end; hope has wings.
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