Tuesday 22 Aug 2017
How little chance the Holy Ghost has nowadays.  The churches  and missionary societies have so bound Him in red tape that they practically ask Him to sit in a cornner while they do the work themselves.  --C.T. Studd--


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About MAC


Mission Air Care is a purposeful fundamental, baptistic, missionary cooperative designed to plant, and service other fundamental church planters. Established in 2001, MAC provided logistical support to affiliated ministries that work in Alaska.  Because of a sharp, prolong decrease in the need for missionary aviation in Alaska, God moved and expanded the ministry of MAC to include all of North America.  MAC is now based in North Carolina, and reaches into Canada, Mexico, and the Caribean.

Our full-service ministry is a lifeline to the church planters as they strive to fulfill "The Great Commission" and meet the spiritual needs of families who live in remote areas and those who have been devastated by natural disasters.  MAC desires to do this in a way that will "Promote a high view of God in our aviation ministries."

 

Who Are We


Mission Air Care is a non-profit, Christian ministry which is deeply rooted into church planting throughout eastern, North America. Brother Earl Malpass resigned as a operations supervisor of a major turbine engine repair & overhaul facility and moved his family to North Pole, AK in 2001. Once there he, by God's grace, established Mission Air Care with the desire to "promote a high view of God in their village and aviation ministries."  God moved MAC to the "Lower-48" in 2016, where we do much of the same type of work as we did in Alaska.  We have affiliated missionaries in Northern Maine, Florida, and many places in between.

What We Do


In remote areas of the world, it is expensive and difficult to live and minister in villages without road service to the outside world. Therefore, MAC is organized as a Baptist Cooperative based in North Carolina. The ministry is not limited to just a flying service, but includes temporary missionary housing, storage, purchasing, expediting, aircraft maintenance, flights incidental to the ministry, and logistical support to affiliated, like minded ministries. By God's grace, MAC has been able to assist several missionaries in survey trips to villages, as well as train missionary interns for service in the Lord's Army. MAC also uses innovative means to get the Gospel into the hands of dog mushers by handing out John & Romans at scores of dog sled races.

 

How We Do It


Anything good that is done, to God be the glory. We'll take the blame for everything else! MAC is a traditional faith-based ministry existing by the generous prayers and gifts of churches and friends. Gifts are sent through Baptist Missions to Forgotten Peoples, a 501c3 corporation based in Jacksonville, FL. The Malpass' are members of and are sent out of Wyldewood Baptist Church in Oshkosh, WI.  Equipment and special projects are funded by designated gifts and offerings.


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Church Planting

Manley Baptist Fellowship is a group of Believers who either live in, or within 40 miles of Manley Hot Springs, Alaska.  It is not unusual for folks to fly in, boat or 4-wheeler in (in the summer), snow machine in (in the winter), or just walk in for services on Sunday!

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Maintenance Matters

Mission Air Care maintains and inspects, six (6) missionary airplanes.  Two - Cessna 206's.  One - Cessna 207.  One - Cessna 172.  One - Piper Navajo.  One - Aerostar.

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Testimonial

Without MAC five young men wouldn't have been saved

Your friendship and help over the years has been a real blessing. Without MAC (Mission Air Care) five young men wouldn't have been saved. These young men are still active in our ministry and helped all week with VBS.

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