Wings of Faith Ministries

Gifts of God Through These Wings

By God's mighty hand and with your faithful support, Wings of Faith accomplished many milestones in 2016, bringing the message of love and salvation to hurting people on Reservations in America's Southwest region. They have been called "America's Forgotten People," but Wings of Faith's mission is to show them that we have not forgotten.

As you check out this overview of 2016, know that we give all glory to God for all of these amazing achievements. "Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world." James 1:27 (NIV)



Christmas Airlift 2012

The Wings of Faith Ministries Christmas tradition was entirely and completely a success in 2012, with over 8,000 gifts, games, blankets and winter... More

Wings of Faith Now Connected with Feed the Children

Wings of Faith Ministries Inc. received official notice this week that we now linked with Feed the Children... More

Oshkosh Revisited: Interview

Posted on 08-22-12: You just returned from attending the EAA 2012 AirVenture at Oshkosh the last week of July, where you set up a booth in the... More

From Tribes4Christ

Tribes4Christ sent this ecard to Wings of Faith. If you have partnered with us in any way, whether in prayer, financial support or sweat equity, this... More

Our Partners Rock!

Posted by: Tom Leedom 8-9-2012 For those that may not be familiar with Gleanings for the Hungry: Gleanings is a YWAM organization... More

Mojave Breakdown

Posted by Bruce Nelson 07-26-2012 I received a phone call from Wings of Faith board member Jim Yost on June 23rd asking if I could help out a... More

Oshkosh or bust

Posted by Joy Lais 07-21-2012 We’re on our way, flying off into severe clear skies for our annual trek to Oshkosh, WI for the EAA AirVenture... More

One payload at a time

Posted by Dave Cheney 7-5-2012 On June 7, 2012, my wife Debbie and I made a WOF missionary flight from Southern California to Window Rock Arizona;... More

Great Partnership in Ministry

Effective partnerships are essential to the WOF ministry. An example of great cooperation and teamwork is the partnership we have with Gleanings.... More

What We Do

Our motto is “Real People Meeting Real Needs.” Wings of Faith provides on-going support and donations to missionaries mainly serving Native American populations in the United States and is committed to helping the poor, abused, hungry and forgotten people in these communities.  Our organization utilizes a team of volunteers to pilot light aircraft and drive ground vehicles to spread the gospel of Christ in tangible ways by transporting Bibles, food, clothing, medical supplies and other necessary aid to those who need it most.


Opportunities to Serve

Pilot Information Ministries Information

How To Help

Not a pilot? That's okay. We can always use donations of clean clothes, non-perishable food items, toiletries, and Bibles in English, Spanish, or Navajo. Wings of Faith is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, so all donations are tax deductible.
Or if you are a pilot based in Southern California, why not join us on the mission field?

Learn more how to partner with us to help Native American Families and make a charitable tax deductible donation.

Prayer Breakfast

We will be meeting for our first monthly Breakfast Fellowship of 2018 on Jan 20 at 9AM at Marie Callender's Restaurant located at 160 E Rincon St in Corona.  We have lots of news to bring you up to date on the goings on at Wings of Faith Ministries.  Come and enjoy our friendly atmosphere, nice people, and good food.  Coffee is great also. Hope you all can make it.


Take 91 fwy to Main St exit and go North over the railroad bridge and turn right at second light (Rincon).  Follow Rincon for about 50-100 yards to Marie's parking lot. Go to left when inside to the event room past the bar.

Directions here.

Bless you all and we'll see you there.

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