The Mission Aviation Fellowship has been taking the Gospel to some of the most remote places on earth for 76 years.
Its pliots fly missionaries and health professionals to isolated regions in 25 nations, including Australia.
During the pandemic, the ministry found new ways to deliver the message.
One of them is by carrying an on-board Bible Box.
Australian CEO Ian McDougall told Vision Radio, it’s the Gospel in local languages.
He says products from Bible translation groups and other Christian organisations are uploaded into an electronic box on board MAF planes.
They are then downloaded on site into solar boxes, mobile phones and other digital technologies to make the Gospel happen.
Mr McDougall says MAF is always looking for new staff and volunteers on the ground and in the air.