New Plane for Ministry
March 10, 2015

On March 9th, the Rees-Jones Foundation staff and family attended the dedication of a new aircraft to be used by two Christian international organizations serving people in remote parts of North and East Africa. The aircraft, a Cessna Caravan, will be shared by SIM and AIM Air. SIM is a Christian mission organization operating ministries in parts of Africa that can only be effectively reached by airplane. The new Caravan will be operated by AIM Air in support of SIM, and other ministries, transporting cargo and necessary supplies to hard-to-reach locations in Africa. It is incredible to see how everyone in the project, from buying and rebuilding the plane to flying it all the way to Kenya this week, all share the same vision: spreading Christ’s love through his Word and serving those in need. To be a part of this mission and the help and relief it brings to those in need is beyond gratifying, and we are inspired by the dedication and faith of everyone involved. We look forward to seeing and hearing about all of the great mission work this new airplane has made possible!

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