With aviation ministry, every flight has the potential to take the gospel further, enhance our existing ministries, and save lives by linking hospitals and providing rapid and reliable flights. Our pilots also work to help make missionary life less stressful and expand ministries into hard-to-reach places.
We are looking for passionate pilots and mechanics to join us in taking mobile medical clinics, community health evangelism, women’s ministry, church planting, and theological training to new heights.
Learn more about ABWE’s Missionary Pilot and Mechanic Qualifications.
Use Your Aviation Skills in Ministry
ABWE has aviation needs throughout the world that include:
- Brazil: Aviation ministries work with the Ticuna Indians and Brazilian nationals to bring the gospel and discipleship opportunities to river communities where there aren’t organized churches. This ministry also supports medical outreach and evangelistic follow-up with ABWE’s mission hospital patients who have responded to the Gospel or expressed an interest.
- Colombia: ABWE seeks to establish an aviation ministry that provides evangelism and discipleship training to indigenous pastors with limited theological education or pastoral experience. Once sufficiently trained, missionaries will then accompany these pastors and church leaders to plant churches among unreached villages in Colombia with no established churches.
- The Caribbean: ABWE plans to launch an aviation ministry to advance theological education and church planting among the various islands in the Caribbean that are quickly accessible by airplane. Pilots and mechanics will work alongside national pastors to provide local churches with training in evangelism, discipleship, Bible exposition, systematic theology, and other subjects to equip local churches to grow and reproduce.
If you want to combine your passion for aviation with your passion for sharing the gospel, we want to talk to you.
Is God calling you to use your skills on the mission field?
Opportunities with this Focus
Missionary pilot-mechanic needed in Brazil to support Bible Institute work among indigenous churches in remote villages, church-planting and evangelism ministries.