Keith and Cheryl

Jacob, Abigail, Lily, and Alexander

The LORD is the strength of his people, he is the saving refuge of his anointed.
Psalm 28:8 (ESV)

Keith and Cheryl Kowalski both feel deeply called to honour and glorify God with the gifts they have been given. Serving with MAF has been an excellent fit for them. Their first two terms with MAF were spent in Botswana where Keith served as a Pilot and Manager seconded to Flying Mission, while Cheryl cared for their children, Jacob (2002), Abigail (2004), Lily (2011) and Alexander (2013), as well as sharing the Gospel with children and teens in their church and neighbourhood.

In 2017, the Kowalski family transitioned to Kampala, Uganda where Keith now serves as Operations Manager. In this last 2-year term, they have seen God work through their ministry in spectacular ways. Record-breaking months of flying has meant that more missionary and humanitarian work could be accomplished, and more people reached with the Gospel than ever before.

Cheryl has seen God at work through her interactions with the homeless boys in the Kisenyi Slum. She is also actively involved in her church, leads workshops to equip people serving in children’s ministry, and her “Professor Praise” (a costumed children’s church teacher that she created in 2009 in Botswana) is a sought-after guest at churches and schools around Uganda.

Please pray for the Kowalski family as they prepare to return to Kampala, Uganda to continue impacting lives for Christ.

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Jonathan’s Seeds

Support Jonathan’s Seeds

In memory of their son, Keith and Cheryl set up a fund with the intention that they would be able to make a positive impact in the lives of boys living in the community where they serve.

Now, in the Kisenyi Slum, Keith and Cheryl have partnered with others to feed and care for homeless boys living on the street, and to show them the love of Jesus. During a weekly program, their team provides nutritious meals to up to 100 street boys.

The purpose of this special project fund is to help cover costs of this outreach. The funds are used to provide food, medical care, literacy resources, Bibles, shoes, and clothing. The fund has been used to bring hope and light, make disciples, and alleviate suffering in the lives of hundreds of people throughout these past years.

Johnathan’s Seeds is a board-approved project of MAF Canada.

Click the logo below to support this fund.