Special delivery for earthquake areas

Special delivery for earthquake areas

What can you do with a cargo of solar lights and tarpaulins, Bibles, guitars and tambourines, soccer balls and volleyballs, hinges, padlocks, saws, and spanners...?

You can help rebuild a church! 

And there is certainly a lot of rebuilding to do since the February earthquake that devastated remote areas of Papua New Guinea.

The German Liebenzell Mission wanted to assist the communities in a practical way so they sent donations to missionaries Gerhard and Brigitte Stamm to buy the things the communities needed.

These donations were turned into a variety of useful utensils, enough to bless and encourage the congregation of three communities! The churches at Dodomona and Walagu got their share on the 14th May when the MAF plane landed piloted by Captains Mathias Glass and Luke Newell

It was a busy day's flying for the two experienced pilots who spent four and a half hours in the air and made no less than 13 stops before the end of the day!  

Also on board the MAF Caravan that morning there were two heavy boxes from the SIL Press, containing the Gospel of John in the Edolo Language as well as 10 boxes of medical supplies to stock up the Dodomona Health Post.

What a great loading to start another week of flying to bring help, hope, and healing to people living in isolated and hard to reach places!

'What can you do with a cargo of solar lights and tarpaulins, Bibles, guitars and tambourines, soccer balls and volleyballs, hinges, padlocks, saws, and spanners...?'