"Flying for Jesus and human need". Active member pilots in our US flying program are given options to fly various missions that, either, are coordinated through the CPA national headquarters, or, flights that they are able to acquire by their own means on a local basis, such as through their own church.
Some of the types of opportunities are listed here but there are many more, some of which are explained els where in this website, such as on our "History" pages: we handle hardship medical cases, pastors or missionaries to church appearances, music/evangelism teams to churches, doctors and nurses on medical missions, disaster-relief flights, fact-finding missions, etc., etc. We also work through various evangelical agencies to alert ministry executives that we can fly them to any of the 11,000+ US airports that do not have commercial airline services.
When CPA is notified of a possible mission, we log the requested flight on computer and then notify our closest member volunteer. Cost of aircraft, fuel, and misc. trip expenses are handled according to the mission, aircraft, and pilot requirements, and based on prescribed FAA regulations. Pilots will give their time, and possibly provide other services, such as, leading singing, sing a song, lead a Bible study, etc. CPA thus becomes the conduit through which evangelical pastors, missionaries, and church executives are able to accept speaking engagements, otherwise not practical or possible