Rob and Karina BARBER

The Barber family has been working with MAF in Madagascar since January 2012, where Rob serves as the Chief Maintenance Specialist at the MAF Hangar in the capital city, Antananarivo, keeping two aircraft flight ready, as well as overseeing a vehicle maintenance garage. Rob completed his engineer training at BCIT in Vancouver in 2004 and has been working on aircraft ever since – from light Cessnas to large C130 Hercules!

From an early age Rob knew he wanted to maintain aircraft and was encouraged toward those goals by his parents. His passion to use his skills to serve the Lord through MAF, furthering Christ’s Kingdom remains strong as he serves in Madagascar.

Karina was raised on BC’s Vancouver Island. her desire to serve the Lord was developed at an early age. She spent a few years teaching piano lessons and also graduated with a certificate in office administration. In addition to raising and homeschooling their four children, Faith, Wesley, Joyanne, and Calvin, Karina also supports and encourages the homeschooling community in Madagascar among the other missionary wives and mothers.

As Rob and Karina continue to fulfill their calling to physically and spiritually help those in need in Madagascar, we invite you to prayerfully consider joining their ministry partnership team with regular financial support that will help to make the work they are involved in with MAF possible.

Please prayerfully consider partnering with Rob and Karina as they serve the Lord with MAF in Madagascar.

MAF needs couples like Rob and Karina who are prepared and willing to serve the needs of the poor in Madagascar. Please consider contributing to the important work they are helping to make possible with Mission Aviation Fellowship in Madagascar.

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Rob and Karina Barber with their children; Faith, Wesley, Calvin, and Joyanne

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