Whirlwind

This past month was a whirlwind! My travels began with a flight to Washington State where I was provided the opportunity to share about Wings of the Way (WOW) at a conference with other mission aviation ministries. The response for partnership by other groups was tremendous and our network of pilots and those interested in assisting WOW is growing at a rapid rate. WOW could not be more grateful and blessed to see others come alongside the passion that has been on our hearts for years. Our goal is to expand a network across the United States, increasing the ability of safe houses and other agencies to relocate survivors in the fastest, safest, and most secure way possible.

After being in Georgia for a couple of days, I hopped back into my 4-Runner and made my way up to Tennessee to visit one of my former training programs. They were having a retirement party for the founder of that organization. The following Sunday, I was blessed to share an update with the church I attended during my year in that program and was given a love offering of $340! I was extremely surprised and so grateful. Thank you to The Well in Tullahoma!

From TN, I drove to Florida to attend Sun ‘N Fun, one of the largest airshows in America. Each year at Sun ‘N Fun, there is an area designated for mission aviation ministries where airplanes are displayed and organizations can share about the work they are doing around the world. I made some great contacts there. While I was in Florida, I gave several presentations, met with aviation ministries and anti-trafficking organizations, and connected with friends when I could. Overall, my time in Florida was extremely productive.

Being completely worn-out, I knew a break was in order. I decided to drive the extra distance, past Georgia, to Kentucky, so I could spend Easter with my sister and her children. We all spent the next week relaxing and enjoying each other’s company. It was a much needed time of rest. This week, I am following up on connections that have been made over the last month and will be off to Michigan next week for additional meetings.

I am very grateful for each opportunity to share what the Lord is doing through the ministry of Wings of the Way. I am also delighted at all the partnerships we have made along the way. It is a pleasure to serve alongside great organizations with a common goal in mind. May God continue to grant us favor in the months ahead.

Last, but certainly not least…

Please take the time to watch this short video. I am incredibly grateful for the work of Invisible Angels and our work together to see lives restored.

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