ADVENTIST WORLD AVIATION
Flying on God’s Mission
Adventist World Aviation was founded to meet the demands of isolated frontier missionaries in desperate need of air support. The mission flights support isolated communities in a variety of ways; medical evacuations, medical outreach (such as vaccinations and general clinics), dental outreach, lifestyle and health programs and Christian ministries which include church planting and Bible studies.
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Adventist World Aviation and regional church partner to assist Native communities. As posted on http://www.adventistreview.org What follows is the first report in a series of stories on the challenges and joys of sharing God’s love among isolated Native communities in Northern Ontario, Canada. [...]
Adventist World Aviation’s work is largely accomplished through the dedicated work of our missionaries. Responding to God’s call to reach the nations, our missionaries use their skills to accomplish His work. AWA families come from all over the world with this in common: to each those not yet reached with the Gospel message and share the love of Jesus in the far corners of the world.
Partner with Adventist World Aviation
All our missionary and operational support is only made possible by donations.
A financial gift makes a great impact that resonates far beyond our walls,
and directly into the mission field. Monetary contributions enable the lifesaving work
that our missionaries do each day. Visit our website to find opportunities to support a project,
a missionary, or the overall mission of reaching the difficult to reach people
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Adventist World Aviation and regional church partner to assist Native communities. As posted on http://www.adventistreview.org What follows is the first report in a series of stories on the challenges and joys of sharing God’s love among isolated Native [...]