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Requirements For Aviators Desiring To Participate In Christian Missions

By Naomi Hart

Pilots who provide their support during Christian missions are also considered to be missionaries. They must be sure about their personal relationships with Christ. It is ideal for them to be growing and maturing Christians. During preparation, you should be very active at your church.

An individual aspiring to be involved in mission work needs to learn the message of God. Time put in studying what God has to say is of primary significance. Plenty of missionary agencies require one to spend no less than one year at Bible school. This particular individual may not be directly involved with preaching but will at times get opportunities that will let them spread the faith. At times it might be necessary for them to provide words that will encourage personnel at the mission.

Advance technical competence is necessary. A pilot wishing to serve in the mission should be in possession of skills which are above average. One should at least possess a commercial license which has instrument rating. There are circumstances where ratings for multi-engine are needed although tail wheel aircrafts are nowadays very few. Plenty of agencies want someone who has gathered at least 500 hours prior to beginning the training program.

Lots of these pilots serve in areas which are remote. This is why they are required to have a mechanical license together with pilot certifications. When the individuals have more diverse experience and training, their contribution to ministry becomes more valuable. Aviation training programs which are mission-specific are quite useful. Training should be done in Christian environments while spiritual matters are learned along with technical matters.

Apart from possessing just basic knowledge regarding piloting and being in a position to conduct mechanical repairs, the individuals should be familiar with topics that have to do with computers, radio communication, electronics, emergency medicine and demonstrate a willingness to be taught more. This ministry job is a calling. One is called by the Lord to serve.

If an individual considers it to be a regular job, it will be a mistake which is commonly made. You are highly likely to burn-out and become disenchanted which eventually leads to failure. You should let the Lord utilize you because this way your missionary work will be more fulfilling.

Individuals aspiring to involve themselves In Christian missions should be ready to make sacrifices. If you get into the mission work thinking that it is an easy life, you will be disappointed. However, if you hold to the idea that the experience will offer you fulfillment considering you will walk with God, there will be less risk of disappointment.

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Hart, Naomi "Requirements For Aviators Desiring To Participate In Christian Missions." Requirements For Aviators Desiring To Participate In Christian Missions. 20 Jan. 2013. uberarticles.com. 20 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/religion/christianity/requirements-for-aviators-desiring-to-participate-in-christian-missions/>.

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