Amarillo, TX - A local ministry that provides transportation services to several organizations in our area is receiving big support.
Today Ministry Wings Aviation held its first air and car show at the River Falls Airport Saturday afternoon.
Those involved say there was a good turnout, with over two-thousand people in attendance.
"Right now we are launching what's called the empty flight plan and we match them up with sick children, and disaster and humanitarian relief, and churches, and ministries and missionaries. We believe that it's about the great mission of Jesus Christ. So we want to further that mission, want to show the love to other people," says Justin Miller, Ministry Wings Aviation.
The event included a variety of flying performances, as well as vintage and contemporary automobiles on display.
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