Brad, Lesli & Noah Bieganski
Kingdom Flight was established in 2002 by Brad and Lesli Bieganski. Brad and Lesli decided to answer a calling to help people in need. In November 2002, the vision to help indigenous people in remote areas of North America began. Kingdom Flight was established. To date, Kingdom Flight has flown over 100 missions throughout the United States and Mexico and sponsored many outreach events. Kingdom Flight has established the first Hope Project, Una Esperanza-Juarez. Una Esperanza-Juarez is a children's shelter and ministry center for Tarahumara Indian children located on the outskirts of Juarez, Mexico. Kingdom Flight has also established a mentoring program for at-risk girls in South Orange County, California called the Kingdom Flight O.C. Kids.
Brad and Lesli are both fulltime with Kingdom Flight and they moved to Pinedale, Arizona in July of 2010 to open up a children's home near the Apache and Navajo reservations. They are licensed as a foster home for the Apache, Navajo, and the State of Arizona. They have a twelve-year-old son Noah who is homeschooled.
More about Brad & Lesli:
Brad has been involved in children’s ministry for over 20 years and is also an aircraft pilot, ordained minister and a student of
mixed martial arts. Lesli worked
for many years in the field of music as a musician/vocalist/vocal director,
traveling to many foreign countries in live concert tours as well as recording
albums and CDs, and has been in ministry for much of her adult life.
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