Heading into Sunday's closing events, the ten members of MMS' Team Oshkosh were tired but energized, worn out but ready to keep going, were blessed and had been blessings to others, and had faithfully represented Christ at one of the most dynamic aviation events in the world.
The Fly-4-Life tent was part of the missionary component of this AirVenture and was the venue for special features and events related to missionary aviation. The blue and white airplane is a Heliocourier operated by JAARS. The red and white airplane is a Kodiak operated by MAF.
Rob & Jennifer are long-time friends of MMS and are the founders of Great Commission Air which operates in Guatemala. They enjoy their aviation ministry in Central America and have a tremendous heart for serving the people of Guatemala. You can learn more about their ministry by clicking here.
As I write this, our team is heading back to Coshocton full of tales to tell and excited by new relationships to share. While AirVenture 2009 may have ended...its story, through MMS, has just begun.