Shocking News 2

This morning more electrical system retrofit ongoing at the MWI hanger. Yes, these are just preliminary steps that our budget can support. Wanna help us start and complete the next phases? First add your faith to ours, believing that all provision is released for this project. Add action to your prayer, by sharing this project with your circle of influence. Finally, purpose in your heart to support with finances. James …

Shocking News!!!!

After 25 years the electrical system of the Mercy Wings International hangar is in dire need of some repairs and upgrades. Flickering lights, popping circuit breakers, shocking faucets, and smoking wires, have gotten our attention. Here in Guatemala, it is typical to use less than sufficient gauge wire to support an ever modified and increasing electrical load. Several estimates were ordered, with the most reasonable cost for the project being …

Another brick in the wall

The mission of Mercy Wings International (MWI) is to serve Ministers, missionaries, ministry workers and the needy people of Guatemala. Each brick- in-the-wall represents fuel for one hour of flight time, at a cost of only $100.00 USD. In this simple way, individuals, home groups, churches, and organizations can ensure that MWI remains ready to answer the call. Monthly (tax deductible) giving, keeps MWI fully equipped and flight ready. Send your …

Baby needs new shoes……..

Good news, Mercy Wings International (MWI) aviation services continue to grow in Guatemala. Bad news, soon “baby will indeed need new shoes”. The rough strips exact a heavy toll when landing a 3600 lb aircraft. Effectively reducing the useful life of aircraft tires. The Mercy Wings International, Cessna T206H, uses two (2) 800-6 main landing gear (MLG) tires. Each tire will cost $200.00 each, not to mention each new tire must …

The Battle is won!

For a few months oil had been gathering in increasing amounts, at the forward section of the engine compartment of our trusty T206H, based in the western highlands of Guatemala. With limited ability to obtain proper replacement parts and special tools, I went about removing as many suspected areas as possible, under the circumstances. The offending oil leak remained hidden for a few months. Now back in Guatemala, and armed …

An automotive answer to prayer!

While returning from a medical campaign near the southern coast of Guatemala, our vehicle of 6 years gave up the ghost. Over the next 6 months we had the opportunity to exercise our faith, as we shared our need with friends, family, supporters, and our Pastors here in Quetzaltenango (Xela). So began a seemingly endless, months long, string of rides, shared transportation, and borrowed vehicles. We continued to pray and …