MAF RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN.

Some of our biggest fans are the smallest of us all.

AGE 5 - 8

Eight pages of colouring and puzzles. Great for young children.

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AGE 5 - 8

An activity that includes, colouring, cutting out and gluing.

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AGE 5 - 8

The adventures of of Petey, the MAF plane as he flies into Africa.

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AGE 5 - 7

A simple template for younger children to cut out and put on their walls.

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AGE 8 - 12

The focus is about what it means to fly hope and healing into isolated communities. A resource for youth group leaders, parents with children or any time there is a small group of children together. Includes an activity, a story and a prayer time.

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AGE 8 - 12

The focus is about the importance of working in a team. A resource for youth group leaders, parents with children or any small group of children who enjoy doing things together Includes an activity, a story and a prayer time

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AGE 5 - 8

Print out the template on thick paper on your home printer, then colour, cut out and glue this simple model of a MAF plane.

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AGE 10 - 14

This booklet for youth group leaders has ideas and activities designed to get children 10-14 years olds thinking about MAF and why we do what we do.

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AGE 8 - 12

The focus is about what it means to be a “forgotten people” and how every person is important to God. A resource for youth group leaders, parents with children or any time there is a small group of children together. Includes an activity, a story and a prayer time

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AGE 5 - 10

Over 12 pages of interesting activities and puzzles designed to engage young children while helping them understand the work of MAF. Print it out on your home printer and the kids will love finding out about how they can be a part of MAF’s life-changing

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An Incredible Day!

Tod Aebischer, Programme Manager in PNG, said, “What an incredible day it was to welcome the Hon. Nanaia Mahuta (New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs) along with the High Commissioner, Hon.Read more

One Last Push

None of us like to wait. But most of what we want to achieve in life does not happen instantly. It takes time and effort and often involves delays and setbacks. We talk about life being a “journey,Read more

Closing the Loop

Closing the Loop is about walking alongside people, from the initial emergency evacuation, through the stressful stay among strangers in a hospital in an unfamiliar city to offering a fast,Read more

Derek Harding

I grew up in England where our local church supported MAF UK and we often had MAF missionaries come to speak. As time progressed I married and served in a parish in the South East of England, where IRead more

Renee Brewer

I was born and raised in the beautiful Taranaki region in a Christian family with three siblings. I was fortunate to begin learning to fly at the age of 15. I loved the perspective from above, and IRead more

Now It’s Moving!

These words are from Margrit Kundig as she describes the momentum happening in Guinea as God provides step by step. From its earliest days MAF has been involved in bringing hope and healing to partsRead more

Jane Eddy

After nearly 40 years overseas, my husband David and I returned to New Zealand, serendipitously just before COVID-19 hit in 2020.  We believe God has directed our course home, helped David findRead more

MAF launches new programme in Guinea

Like people everywhere, the eleven million living in the West African nation of Guinea have dreams and aspirations. But all too often their hopes are restricted by the lack of resources. For I amRead more

Leigh & Inneke MacRae

Leigh was born in Napier and Inneke in South Africa, and they met in South Africa. Leigh is a qualified electrician and a refrigeration mechanic and has managed his own business for the past fourRead more

Phil & Tania Sproul

Phil grew up in the rural town of Wairoa, where he remembers a visiting missionary telling of the work of MAF bringing hope to isolated communities in Papua New Guinea. From then on he had theRead more

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
 

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