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Agape Flights serves more than 350 missionary families sharing the love of Christ in

Haiti | Bahamas | Dominican Republic

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2018 Missionary Thanksgiving Dinner Project

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by helping to deliver "tastes of home" to the mission field this Thanksgiving

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18 hours ago

Agape Flights

{ DID YOU KNOW..?? }

Agape volunteers are the SWEETEST!!

Between 30 and 60 volunteers each week provide much of the labor that makes things happen at Agape Flights.

Each year, volunteers provide over 11,000 hours of labor in areas such as mail sorting, shopping, cargo preparation, reception, filing, maintenance and construction.

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS....we couldn't do it without you!

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4 days ago

Agape Flights

Please pray with us for missionary affiliate Gary McLaughlin and his wife Marilyn. Gary suffered a stroke today (details below). We are honored to serve this amazing family and right now they need our love and prayers!911 prayer request from Haiti. RMI volunteer, Gary McLaughlin (he and wife, Marilyn, were RMI missionaries for many years and have come down every fall since their retirement for 2-3 months to help in the Hope for Kidz department), had an apparent stroke while he was driving to Port-a-Piment to take Hope for Kidz pictures. Isaac, a new HFKz employee, and Merry were with him. Gary's right side was affected. He lost motor control and then went unconscious. Isaac grabbed the wheel and pulled the emergency brake, thus avoiding an accident. They were only about 25 minutes from the mission center. Lee, Benjamin and Benson arrived quickly to transport him to a local Cayes hospital that had a helicopter pad. Contact was made with MAF in Port and an organization called HERO (an EMS service operated by US Army combat vets!). MAF had a plane available and HERO sent an EMS with equipment on the plane. Marilyn packed a couple of bags for them while other RMI staff stayed with Gary at the hospital. The MAF plane landed in Cayes and took off for Port (the picture is of them loading Gary into the plane in Cayes). Benson flew in with them. HERO had their ambulance waiting for them and took them to a hospital that they work with. There Gary is being evaluated and will receive whatever treatment is needed to stabilize him. HERO will be staying with them during the whole time and also help arrange the needed medivac to the states. They are an amazing organization! Truly HEROS!

God has really been in the details as there have been so many cogs in this event. By the time Gary was loaded in the ambulance in Cayes to go to the airport, he was conscious, had improved color, was talking and laughing, the right side of his face had quit drooping, was able to squeeze with his hand, and even move his leg and foot a bit. He was very much improved!

Please pray for his treatment and recovery. It's still a long way for them to get home - they live in the Seattle area.

Benjamin shared: "This morning I felt very strongly that God placed me to the right place because he gives me the best people in the world to work with as coworkers. Thanks to everyone of you who had been present to help Gary and Marylin. One more time God gives us a new testimony, because he was present to avoid this turning into a tragedy. We are not walking by ourselves , God is working in all the details in our lives."


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4 days ago

Agape Flights

Thank you The Bridge Church for packing JOY in a box for the 2018 Missionary Thanksgiving Dinner Project! What a blessing these Thanksgiving meals will be for missionaries serving on the mission field and away from friends, family, and the comforts of home this Thanksgiving.

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