This past summer, GCA had the privilege of flying approximately 200 students, 100 staff, and multiple supplies runs. This flying encompassed about 400 flight hours or about 50,000 air miles over the state of Alaska. There was a total of four aircraft flying for Kokrine Hills Bible Camp (KHBC), so it is a significant investment involved in air transportation. In addition to transportation there are food costs, generator fuel costs, and don't forget all the personal sacrifice the staff put in. The staff, on limited sleep, teach Bible lessons, counsel the kids, organize games, lead worship, and cook for a hungry bunch 3 times a day. The missionary pilots also appreciate the staff who water the runway to keep the dust down, shuttle students to/from camp, and refuel the aircraft throughout the day.
GCA is passionate about sharing the gospel to youth in remote Alaska and would not be able to give wings to the gospel without faithful support from churches and individuals.