Foundation Reveals Four-Year Plan to Build Training Facility for Troubled Young Adults to Become Professional Missionary Pilots

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A newly formed organization called the Christian Pilot Foundation announces "Project Takeoff". A four-year plan to build a 32-acre training facility for troubled young adults to become professional missionary pilots funded by the foundation.

Our Mission is to broaden the troubled young adults' faith in Jesus Christ through a flying ministry that serves missionaries around the world

Christian Pilot Foundation revealed its plans today on a new initiative called "Project Takeoff." "The new Christian Pilot Foundation initiative will fund a 32-acre facility to broaden its curriculum and training. We have a target to enroll 49 students and launch the program by August 2009," said Jay Shears, Chairman of the newly formed Christian Foundation.

Shears, representing the Board of Directors, said that, "The foundation board has approved a four-year, three-phase plan for the facilities that includes:

Phase I -- Construction of a training facility on 32 acres with sufficient land for teambuilding and hard surface runway adjacent to a lake for Float Plane training and operations.

Phase II -- Construction of a multi-purpose room/baseball field and gymnasium.

Phase III -- Construction of a Video production and paramedical training facility

"Our Mission is to broaden the troubled young adults' faith in Jesus Christ through a flying ministry that serves missionaries around the world," said Shears.

Shears in His faith said that, "The bible is the Christian Pilot owner's manual and will be the guiding compass. The foundation will use biblical principals to fund opportunities for troubled young adults to learn how to serve the Lord around the world as Professional Christian Pilots.

As a non-profit entity, Christian Pilot Foundation is forming alliances and relationships with professionals and institutions who have been challenged with directional strategies for young troubled adults, and the mechanisms to help them achieve their hopes and dreams as adults.

For additional information on the Christian Pilot Foundation, contact Jay Shears or visit

About Christian Pilot Foundation:
The Christian Pilot Foundation is a non-profit corporation headquartered in Mission Viejo, California. The Christian Pilot Foundation is subject to changes in its organization, location, and infrastructure as a new 32-acre facility is located over the next 6 months.

Jay Allan Shears, Chairman
Christian Pilot Foundation
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