Ben first learned about MAF as a young child through a missionary visiting his home church in Revelstoke, BC. Amy was raised in Gibsons, BC and from a young age felt drawn to international missions. They met while attending college and were married in 2002.
Ben and Amy Eadie, along with their children Luke, Simon, Helena, and Charlotte, are missionaries with Mission Aviation Fellowship and have been serving in North Kalimantan, Indonesia since November 2011 where Ben works as an aircraft mechanic.
Amy enjoys the challenge of homeschooling their two girls while the boys attend the small MAF School just up the road. When opportunities arise, she also enjoys building relationships with their Indonesian neighbours and friends. It is both through ministry with MAF, and everyday living that they are learning more how to reflect Jesus Christ to all those around them.
Ben loves his role managing the maintenance of MAF’s five Tarakan based aircraft, as he works alongside other pilots, mechanics, and MAF’s national staff. Aviation is a much needed resource here, and fills a very real void for people living in the interior of Kalimantan. The need can sometimes be seemingly endless, but by utilizing aircraft the MAF team strives to proclaim the One who can meet every need.
Ben and Amy thank you for your ongoing support and prayers as they continue to serve the Lord with MAF in Indonesia.