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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The Greatest of These is Love

Francis Wayambo and his family moved to Australia from Papua New Guinea two years ago. Francis serves as a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) in the MAF Arnhem Land programme. They live inRead more

A Girl With A Broken Arm

Mission Aviation Fellowship has been serving the remote areas of Papua New Guinea for over 60 years. Recently Mark Fox, the CEO of MAF New Zealand, had the chance to see first-hand the difference MAFRead more

We’re coming to Gisborne and Masterton!

This is a chance to meet the MAF New Zealand’s CEO and chat with some of the staff, who will be on hand to share insights into the work of MAF around the world. On site will be MAF New Zealand’sRead more

A Privilege To Help

In Western countries medical emergency needs are addressed through a country-wide call centre. In Germany for example, an ambulance should reach you within 15 minutes. The ambulance itself is furnishRead more

Dodomona HF Radio Install

MAF sponsored six HF Radios’ to be installed in six different remote areas last year. Five of the six HF Radios were installed by our installation team in five remote communities in Edwaki, Kabori,Read more

A Redbird Helps Pilots Prepare

In a milestone for the flight training department in PNG, the recently installed Redbird Flight Simulator was dedicated to enhance and improve in-house training on Caravan aircraft. On Thursday, 22Read more

Connect, Equip, Send - Our Highest Priority

We can have the aircraft, the fuel, the teachers, pastors and medical teams that urgently need to reach isolated areas. We can have the landing strips, the building supplies and educationalRead more

It’s Time To Celebrate!

In 2020, MAF around the world will celebrate 75 years since New Zealander Murray Kendon’s vision for using light aircraft to enable missions became a reality. Seventy-five years later, we are stillRead more

What a Difference a Vaccine Fridge Makes!

Late last year our technical team installed a High Frequency (HF) Radio in Kabori, a remote village in PNG. The HF radio was installed in a local pastor’s house, part of which he dedicated to serveRead more

Working Together in Bible Translation

It is 2019 yet there is still a long way to go to complete translating the whole Bible to Yolngu-Matha, the heart language of the Yolngu people. The encouraging news is that there are both indigenousRead more

The “Forgotten People” of Northern Kenya

The Turkana people call themselves “Emuriakin”, the forgotten people. This is understandable given the fact that the government’s attention towards this region was drawn off when the borders ofRead more

Help Transform a Nation!

Can you imagine being among the 70% of the population of Timor Leste who live in rural areas? You would face significant inequality with those in the capital Dili. In fact you, your family and yourRead more