A SMALL ACT OF KINDNESS

FLYING HOPE AND HEALING INTO REMOTE COMMUNITIES IN OVER 30 COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD

MAF—The Lifeline to Missionaries at Owena

”MAF is our main lifeline connection and continues to service the community through medevacs, bringing in medical supplies, taking out coffee, etc.” These are the words of Judy Young, a missionarRead more

Andrew Pound

Relationship Manager As a twelve year old at a Ngaruawahia Easter Convention I responded to a challenge to consider full time service and from that time the sense of call to being a pastor was veryRead more

A Small Act of Kindness

Six year-old David came to see the MAF plane in Hamilton last year and he loved it. He was excited about the Christmas Jerrycan cards too. He liked how MAF helps people in other countries with theRead more

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The Flying for Life magazine is out!

We are excited to send you our next edition of Flying for Life magazine. Hear of the continued vision of MAF NZ from Mark Fox and how MAF internationally is continuing to navigate COVID-19. ReadRead more

Wearing Many Hats!

Often commercial pilots become jaded by the repetitive flying they do and begin to hanker after more challenging flying. Working for MAF often means learning to handle a variety of roles and developiRead more

Flying for Peace

We all know that sin and pride results in a world marked by division and “isms”; racism, consumerism, ethnocentrism, elitism, agnosticism, atheism, and many other “isms” that separate—andRead more

Supporting Bible Translation and Literacy in Liberia

MAF partners Aaron and Amy Speitelsbach have served with mission organisation Ethnos360 since 2007, first studying French in France, then moving to Abidjan, Ivory Coast for one year, beforeRead more

Jonny & Glenys Watson

Jonny and Glenys Watson, along with their children, Katie, Alana, Danielle and Lucy are from Hamilton, New Zealand, and have been MAF in PNG since 2017.  Glenys is currently a Mission Pilot in theRead more

Jonathan & Michele Pound

Jono and Michele met in the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) and were married in 2010. They have four children, Abby (9), Daniel (8), and twins—Joseph and Benjamin (6), who are all home schooledRead more

A Bold New Vision

Great news! We have made the first step towards purchasing a hangar at Tauranga airport, which will be developed into the Kendon-Strong MAF Centre! In response to the urgent global need, theRead more

The Humble Hero

Greeting Trevor Strong is like meeting a long lost friend. His warmth and graciousness are the first things I notice as I shake hands with one of the men who, in the midst of the horrors of WWII,Read more

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HR/RECRUITMENT MANAGER

Mission Aviation Fellowship is seeking to fill a part-time position (15-20 hours) for a Human Resources/Recruitment Manager. 

The role includes the recruitment, preparation and training of Kiwis and their families for overseas assignments and is Auckland or Tauranga based. 

For a role description or to submit your CV contact Mark Fox mailto:mfox@maf.org.nz

Benji & Jess Hunt

Benji and Jess have recently returned to New Zealand after serving in Papua New Guinea for two years with Mission Aviation Fellowship. Benji works with a team of engineers in PNG, making sure MAF's fleet is operational. Benji talked about his work with MAF and growing up with a love of aviation. He shared insights into living in a totally different culture and the adjustments he, along with his wife Jessica and young son Elliot, had to make. 

MAF MERCHANDISE HAS ARRIVED

The Kendon-Strong MAF Centre

A Bold New Vision

“We believe it’s time for MAF NZ to take a bold step forward and provide a much more effective platform to assist and support people towards service with MAF globally.”  - Ian McBride, MAF NZ Chairman,

Recently the dream of developing a new centre for training and equipping people for missions has started to become a reality. Based at Tauranga airport, the Kendon-Strong MAF Centre will be a hub for all of our work and ministry in the years to come. You can be an essential part of helping MAF New Zealand take a “bold step forward”!

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BECOME A MAF AIRCRAFT ENGINEER

Have you ever thought about becoming an aircraft engineer for Mission Aviation Fellowship? At present there are worldwide opportunities for engineers and MAF New Zealand has developed a pathway to help people with a passion for aviation towards a career as an aircraft engineer. Find out if this is might be something God is calling you to...and about the training and support MAF offers. 

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