The Aviation Effectiveness Research (AER) evaluated the effectiveness of missionary aviation at advancing people’s work in the five basic transportation contexts found around the world. Between April 2015 and January 2018, in-depth interviews were conducted with 324 air service users in Cameroon, Niger, Brazil, Peru, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Papua New Guinea. The survey questions . . . read more
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Feeling overwhelmed with weighing all the risks of a pandemic? We don’t have to depend on contemporary understanding alone.
With travel at the center of overseas missions work, the pandemic’s continued certainty is raising questions about when and whether to cross borders to continue the work. Whether you’re planning a short-term missions trip or returning to the field, you may feel the tension between calling and risk.