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By Kene Jackson
NEFC Executive Director 

Trusting God in the Fog

Series: Editorial Viewpoint | Story 4

Last updated 6/23/2022 at 2:16pm


I sometimes think about the first time I ever flew in a plane, where we were totally dependent on instruments. We were coming into Anchorage Alaska in a Navajo Chieftain and the airport was all "socked in" with fog. The pilot kept checking with the tower as to how much visibility we had & finally got the okay to land when we were about 10 miles out. I remember the helpless feeling I had as we descended into that last fog bank and everything disappeared! I was watching the altimeter as we got lower and lower. . . .

But it didn't faze our Alaskan bush pilot! He just calmly brought that...

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