In just a few days we will be leaving our home (away from home) here at Ethnos360’s training center in Arizona. Our year and a half here, while not planned, has been such a blessing. We thank the Lord for each and every one of you who have prayed and given to our ministry during […]
Have you heard the news? We just purchased tickets to fly back to Papua New Guinea in January! Once again we were not sure if this was going to happen. And while we make our plans, we are trusting God to direct/redirect as we move forward. Thankfully things are lining up. Doctors/dentist/eye exams are all […]
We have been busy here in the desert of southern Arizona. For Memorial Day weekend the Wilson family went up to Hartsel, CO along with three of Paul’s nieces to have a mountain top memorial service for Paul’s brother, Dan. It was an excellent weekend that started out a bit stressful as nerves were high […]
Paul is an aircraft mechanic (“aircraft engineer” on this side of the world) with Ethnos360 Aviation. The fleet of aircraft that we maintain includes three Kodiak airplanes and a Bell Long Ranger helicopter. Soon we will be adding a different type of helicopter to our fleet — the Robinson R66 helicopters!
Papua New Guinea is a very rugged country with dense rain forest covering most of the land. What can take days to hike on foot and/or travel by ...