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Parts is Part

Parts is Part

Parts Is Part (of planting thriving churches)!
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The Barrier Crusher

The Barrier Crusher

“Kilometer 29” is what the Tala-andig believers call it. Satan probably called it his territory. But he didn’t foresee the barrier crusher.
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Possums for Dinner!

Possums for Dinner!

Pilot Jamin Peck always packs an overnight bag when he’s flying.
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Grandma & Grandpa's Hope

Grandma & Grandpa's Hope

“It’s bittersweet,” said Dave Mueller, thinking of his little grandkids halfway around the world, living among the Maliyali people of Papua New Guinea.
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The Last Flight

The Last Flight

He took his first flight because he wanted to learn to fly. On March 4, 2019, he took his “last flight” to meet the Savior he loved and served with his life.
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When Real Life Sets In

When Real Life Sets In

… as the day wore on …., [they] had to get down to the nitty gritties of life.
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Promises, Promises

Promises, Promises

Who wants a promise broken? Even worse, who wants to break a promise? But sometimes its unavoidable.
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Engine in! Propeller on! Fly!

Engine in! Propeller on! Fly!

Finally, the Kodiak was ready. One of our Ethnos360 Aviation pilots flew “NTZ” from the remote airstrip back to our hangar in Goroka.
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Tsunami!

Tsunami!

Ethnos360 Aviation along with other mission organizations collaborated to evacuate all our affiliated personnel and school children to safe cities.
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