A critical part of remote tribal church planting is getting there. Missionary aviation has made that possible in areas that were impossible in the past.
There has been a huge shortage of needed personnel who are trained and ready to fly in these locations. But God is answering prayer for some important needs.
Since 2010, a helicopter has been used as an effective tool to serve missionaries in remote areas in the Philippines. Recently some needed repairs have interrupted that service.
We have been praying.
God has answered.
Brett Randolph and Larry Dye are two answers to these prayers. They are experienced precision mechanics who are able to get the needed work done to have that helicopter functioning again.
Brett and Larry are normally part of the team in McNeal, Arizona, who help in the training of new pilots and mechanics, but since the shortage has been so apparent they have volunteered to go at this time.