By Andrew McChesney, Adventist Mission
All the villagers races to the airstrip, singing and dancing, when American pilot Gary Roberts landing at Suminka, a remote village in the Indonesian province of Papua.
It had taken 10 years to cut down the trees by hand to clear the way for an airstrip at their mountainous village, and Gary’s mission plane was the first to land. This was a big event.
As Gary stepped out of the plane, the crowd grew silent. The singing and dancing stopped.
“Is this a Seventh-day Adventist plane?” a man asked.
He saw the three angels’ logo on the airplane’s tail.