Mission Safety International

Safety...A Way of life

Photo courtesy of Adventist World Aviation

Almost 40 Years
of Serving the Missionary Aviation Community

Missionary Aviation is not for the faint of heart. Flying in remote and challenging areas of the world to help spread the Good News of Jesus Christ requires years of training and a heart full of devotion. Yet, in spite of the dedication and professionalism of missionary aviators, there are still far too many accidents robbing missions of their personnel, resources and effectiveness.

However, for nearly 40 years there has been help and hope coming out of the hills of eastern Tennessee. Since its incorporation in 1983, Mission Safety International (MSI) has worked tirelessly to meet the safety needs of missionary aviation departments everywhere. While small and agile as an organization, MSI uses a host of experienced aviation and safety volunteers to meet specific needs, just about anytime and anywhere.

At the end of the day, safety means more supplies delivered to needy people, more medical services for hurting people, fewer missionaries making dangerous treks through the jungle, and most of all, more time spent fulfilling the Great Commission and the Great Commandment.

Sound like something you’d like to be a part of? Then explore our website and connect with CEO Jon Egeler (+1-423-542-8892, jegeler@msisafety.org)

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& Upcoming Events

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Featured Upcoming Events

Aug. 15-19  Audit – Agape Flights, Venice, FL

Aug. 30 – Sept. 1  ISASI Conference, Brisbane,                                 Australia

Sept. 16  Safety Standdown – LeTourneau U.,                                     Longview, TX

Sept. 24-25  Smoketown Airshow,
                                Smoketown, PA

Sept. 26-30  Audit – Flight Mission,
                                 San Gabriel, CA

“As a subscriber to Mission Safety International, you know how much these services mean to me. Flying frequently overseas in mission aircraft, I know how important your work is! May God continue to bless your efforts.”

~ Franklin Graham,
President, BGEA, Samaritan’s Purse & World Medical Mission
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