As a boy, Andy grew up in various places around Scotland and developed a love for all things mechanical. At 17 years old, he made a commitment to serve Christ and, after finishing school, he trained as an engineer in the Merchant Navy.
In 2003, Andy married Heather and, soon after, began working ashore in renewable energy generation.
We relocated to Perthshire in 2006, fully expecting to spend the next 25 years there. But God had other plans!
Andy felt a strong call to retrain as an aircraft maintenance engineer, and serve with MAF in whatever part of the world there was a need.
After much prayer, God confirmed this call to both of us.
Heather’s focus has been on running our home and raising our three children Abigail, Matthew and Eilidh. As a music teacher and pianist, she often led worship at our home church in Pitlochry.
Their MAF journey
Following three years training as an aircraft maintenance engineer at Missionary Maintenance Services in Ohio, USA, Andy passed his exams and we moved to Uganda in 2014.
It is a privilege to be able to work with such a well-regarded organisation, and we enjoy the opportunity to demonstrate Christ’s love in such a practical and real way.
As we continue in this exciting challenge, we are looking for a team of people who will be committed to supporting us prayerfully, financially, or both. Please consider whether God would have you support us in this way.
Join the Swansons' support team
Andy and Heather rely on a team of partners who agree to pray for them and to provide the financial support which enables them to serve with MAF.
Would you prayerfully consider joining their support team?