About the Fuller Family
We are the Fuller family–Owen, Stephanie, Larinda, Gabriella, Macy, and Omri. We are working with Mission Aviation Fellowship to share the love of Jesus Christ through technology. Beginning in June 2012, we will be serving in the Democratic Republic of the Congo where Owen will use his skills and background as an Information Technology Specialist to help MAF, missionary organizations, churches, and humanitarian organizations carry out their missions. The IT ministry brings opportunities for training, research, and communication to isolated locations in eastern DRC. Stephanie and the kids will focus on building relationships with and ministering to people in the Congolese and ex-patriot communities.
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All people of every nation and tribe will hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ and have an opportunity to personally respond and put their trust in Jesus.
Sharing the love of Jesus through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed.
We advance our mission of sharing the love of Jesus and seek to physically and spiritually transform isolated people by serving mission, humanitarian, and government organizations in remote locations throughout the world through aviation and technology solutions by utilizing highly trained pilots, efficient aircraft, and out-of-the box technology applications. Learn more »
Making an Impact Around the World
Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) serves people who deal with challenges due to isolation in regions such as Africa, Asia, Eurasia, and Latin America by providing aviation, communications, and learning technology services. MAF is making a global impact by supporting and enabling:
Through God, amazing partners, gifts and support from generous donors, MAF has a significant impact. Learn more about MAF’s impact »
Worldwide MAF Network
MAF-US is headquartered in Nampa, Idaho and operates in 14 countries with a fleet of 58 planes supporting the efforts of over 600 Christian and relief organizations working to spread the Gospel and improve the lives of isolated people.
MAF-US, in addition to the worldwide family of MAF entities serve in a combined total of 32 countries with a fleet of 142 planes enabling the work of approximately 1,500 churches, healthcare organizations, relief agencies, development groups, government agencies, and mission organizations.
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About D.R. Congo
Check out these sources for more information on the Democratic Republic of Congo: