As word grew of our mission work and its impact on the island of Gaua, neighboring islands have labored for more than a year to construct grass airstrips for the Maule airplane. Our work there continues to expand with grade schools teaming with children and a medical work that is recognized by almost everyone in the country, including the President of Vanuatu!.
Vanuatu: Surviving the Storm (2015) TRT: 28:30
In this episode, we're heading to Vanuatu in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam. 2015 marks the ten year anniversary of this project and we reflect back on the work that has been done. Join us as we examine God's work in the storm, re-visit the original site of the mission project, and take a look at the project today .
Dr. Mark does medical emergencies the airplane to nearby islands - Motalava, Toga and Merelava. Reaching these untouched islands in the northern most areas of the country was our objective from the start. The dream of someday landing on these islands and reaching these people with the Three Angel's Messages is now a reality.
Construction on a hangar home for Dr. Mark and his family was
recently completed. A hangar serves as protection for the airplane
during storms and cyclones and an upper level of the hangar provides
adequate living space. Next to it we have a new medical clinic compleyte with a sterile Operating Room. The Vanuatu mission projects always has various
needs for additional missionary teachers, medical staff, volunteers to
help with construction and operation expenses.
If you would like to find out more about this project, support this
project or get involved yourself, please contact Laymen Ministries or
visit Dr. Mark's Vanuatu website at: