THANK YOU FOR PRAYING FOR THE WORK OF MAF

This section is updated weekly with new prayer items from our field workers.

MAF NZ

Please pray for the MAF team down at Wanaka for the “Warbirds Over Wanaka” airshow. Pray for lots of good connections and opportunities to meet with potential staff. Pray that God draws the right people to us.

Monday

NICHOLLS, Kevin & Angela

Regional Quality Manager, Cairns.

Please pray for Kevin as he hands over a number of his responsibilities to the new Programme Quality Managers. Please pray that the handover goes well.

Tuesday

MAF INTERNATIONAL

Give thanks for the progress being made on the new hangar for Liberia. The main structure is now being built and taking shape! Pray that the work will continue with no major setbacks.

Wednesday

VINCENT, Fiona

Remote Accountant (Small Programmes). NZ based.

Give thanks for the 336 medevacs which were safely flown by MAF in Timor-Leste during 2019. A large proportion of our work there is for the Ministry of Health. However the MOU has expired and there have been delays in renewing it which is causing problems with visas for our staff. Please join with the team in praying for the speedy processing of this important document.

Thursday

MATHEWS, Ken & Erica

Regional Safety Manager, NZ based.

Please pray for the plans and travel arrangements for this coming year. Pray that God will lead us through 2020. Praise God with us for the good break we had over the summer period.

Friday

HIGHAM, Frank & Jenny

Aircraft Engineer, short term assignments in Arnhem Land, NZ based.

Please pray that permanent engineers will soon join the team. Pray too for ongoing outreaches to the Yolngu in the homelands and Yirrkala. Prayer for preparation for the Yolngu for the Jesus Crusade, which will be held in Yirrkala in July.

Saturday

SIM, Godfrey & Glen

Church and Community Partnership Manager, PNG.

The large public event scheduled to take place  in Wewak is approaching. There are also a number of projects and partnerships “in progress”. Pray for shared vision between MAF and various partners and agencies (Govt, NGO, and Churches), strong commitment to the agreements and plans, and God’s provision of finance and resources to enable them to happen. 

Sunday

BE INSPIRED

Update - 24th March

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New dates set for MAF New Zealand’s 75th Celebration

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One Teams Story

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Calling all Aviation Engineers

The amazing work of MAF's Aviation Engineers allows our planes to keep flying. Meet some of the engineers in the hangar and see how vitally important their work is! To find out more about currentRead more

Fiona Vincent

Finance Manager  My involvement with MAF began in 2009 when the Mareeba Maintenance Hangar was desperate for help in the finance department. We were living 30 kms west of Mareeba, on the edge ofRead more

You Are Invited To MAF's 75th Celebration

Days are flying by and the celebration of MAF's 75 years of "Flying for Life” is just months away. Time to sign up! Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this event! FIND OUT MORE REGISTERRead more

New Amphibious Plane Arrives in Bangladesh!

Programme Manager Mark Blomberg writes: “The plane is here. It landed in Dhaka around 14:30. This marks the start of a new season for the MAF Bangladesh program and our ministry in this country”.Read more

Nick & Ruth Hitchins

Dreams do come true—just never in the way we could ever have imagined! Nick’s initial dream of spending his life flying began as a teenager, but of necessity was put on hold for over twenty yearsRead more

Andy Campbell

Born in Gisborne, I became interested in aviation at the age of four and upon leaving home I joined the RNZAF as an avionics technician. Around 2000, I read personal accounts of Papua New GuineansRead more

Jerrycans Of Jet Fuel

Over the years we have been amazed at God’s mercy and compassion for even the most marginalized and how, by working together, we have been able to bring God’s love to isolated people in places ofRead more

We’re coming to Matamata!

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