“What does it take?”

When most people ask this question, they’re asking about the basics; How many hours do I need? What licenses must I hold? What kind of experience must I have?

Important questions for sure, and generally a good place to start. But these questions do little to address the real question that matters most:

“Am I truly called?”

To help answer this question, consider that first and foremost, MAF is looking for…

  • People called by God; qualified, dedicated Christians with a passion to serve God in worldwide ministry…
  • People who will go the distance to share God’s love – no matter what the barriers may be…
  • People who want to serve God through their skills and talents to help overcome barriers to the Gospel…
  • People with servant’s attitudes that are flexible enough to adapt, while still able to work within the highest technical standards…

In case you missed the recurring theme, let’s sum it up; above all else, it takes a servant heart first.

In fact, without the support of those “servant hearts” who have gone before, Mission Aviation Fellowship would not be where it is today: advancing God’s Kingdom around the world since 1946.

If you’re still curious to discover if you “have what it takes,” then click on one of these links to learn more.


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