Kennedy’s lifelong dream

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Reach for the stars

Kennedy dreamt of becoming a missionary pilot.

‘In the village,’ Kennedy smiles, ‘we used to say it was the Queen of England flying! If she could fly, why couldn’t we? Right there, my lifelong dream was ignited — one day, I would have all the necessary licences to become a pilot.’

A missionary at the orphanage where Kennedy grew up gave him some advice: If you want to be a pilot, it’s a good idea to become an aircraft engineer first.

But it’s a lengthy process requiring a long-term commitment to highly specialised education. To become an aircraft engineer is to know everything about many different engines.

‘I want to give back what I’ve received,’ says Kennedy. ‘God has shown me grace and people have supported me so — though I’m not a pilot yet — I think maybe God has a task for me in repairing planes.’

Maybe you are one of those who will help dozens more new recruits like Kennedy realise their dreams

By making a small gift today, you can make dreams come true for people who want to follow in Kennedy’s footsteps.

His determination and commitment helped convince us to set up the Staff Sponsorship Fund. And we know the MAF family has the power to help courageous men and women reach for the stars and grab a shining future with both hands.

This is why we’re asking you to be part of an exciting tomorrow by making a special donation today.

Please give a little of yourself to those who would love to train as MAF staff and become responsible for the future of our aircraft.
Right now, all they need is just a thumbs up from you to get them started.


Thank you.