How does the gospel make its way into the remotest corners of the earth? The film, Ends of the Earth, recounts amazing stories of how Mission Aviation Fellowship pilots strive with other missionaries, churches, and organizations to fulfill the Great Commission and to bring the love of Jesus to isolated communities across the globe. Listen in to our conversation with MAF’s President and CEO David Holsten and MBI President Mark Jobe as we talk about the breath-taking landscapes, the remote villages, the courageous pilots, and most importantly the stories of lives forever changed by the gospel message, delivered and sustained by Missionary pilots.
Dr. Mark Jobe serves as Moody Bible Institute’s 10th president. He is the Bible teacher on Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe and the author of What Now?: How to Move into Your Next Season and Unstuck: Out of Your Cave Into Your Call. He and his wife, Dee, have been married over 30 years and have three adult children, Marissa, Josiah and Grant. The Jobes currently reside in the Chicago area where they are active members of New Life Community Church, a nondenominational, multisite church where Dr. Jobe has served as senior pastor since 1986. Mark is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and holds a Master’s Degree from Moody Theological Seminary and a doctorate from Bakke Graduate University.
Chef Stephanie Godke has had a long career in the restaurant industry. She enjoys sharing her original recipes on Ken and Deb in the Morning. She works as a local chef and is a consultant to restaurant owners all around the Midwest. She teaches cooking classes at the local community college and also provides catering services around the area. Some of her favorite recipes can be found in her latest cookbook, Recipes on Cody Road.