Gaston Ntambo, pilot for the United Methodist Wings of the Morning aviation ministry in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has begun his week-long journey home. He is flying a refurbished Cessna Grand Caravan — a 14-seat airplane that will greatly enhance his ministry of transporting critically ill or injured passengers from remote corners of the Congo to medical care in the city of Lubumbashi.
This is a cool article from the Global Ministries Website of the UMC.
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