New Missions Documentary ‘ENDS OF THE EARTH’ Features MAF Pilots’ Stories

April 1962. The day of the first flight into Hitadipa, Dutch New Guinea. Betty Greene is the tall woman in the center. Blonde woman is Leona St. John. Bill Cutts is the man holding the child. Betty and Leona completed a 35-mile trek through the jungle into Hitadipa to inspect the airstrip before that first flight. George Boggs actually made that first landing. (Caption, photo courtesy of MAF.)

From Change Media and Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF), the inspirational documentary ENDS OF THE EARTH will debut in movie theaters nationwide for two nights this October.

This documentary explores faith, passion, and how hope emerges from tragedy. ENDS OF THE EARTH weaves together true stories of MAF pilots — past and present — who strive with missionaries and local believers to take the Gospel to remote and isolated people.

From Change Media and Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF), the inspirational documentary ENDS OF THE EARTH will debut in movie theaters nationwide for two nights this October.

This documentary explores faith, passion, and how hope emerges from tragedy. ENDS OF THE EARTH weaves together true stories of MAF pilots — past and present — who strive with missionaries and local believers to take the Gospel to remote and isolated people.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

CALL TO ACTION

  • Pray for audiences of ENDS OF THE EARTH to grow in their passion for the Great Commission!
  • Ask the Lord to raise up more Gospel laborers willing to go to ‘the ends of the earth.’
  • Pray for remote and isolated people to know Christ’s love!