THANK YOU FOR PRAYING FOR THE WORK OF MAF

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

POTHULA, Prabhu & Christina

Abigail. Pilot,

Arnhem Land. Pray that in the coming year we will become bolder in our relationships and that more ministry opportunities will pop up.

Monday

MAF NEW ZEALAND

Please pray for the MAF New Zealand staff as we prepare for four days at Mys-tery Creek in Hamilton for Festival One (Friday 24-Monday 27). Pray that we can get our aircraft on site for promo-tional purposes, organise our time, safety for travel and most of all great opportunities to talk to people and share the vision of MAF!

Tuesday

NICOL, William & Meryl

Matthew. MAFI Aviation Director, Cairns. 

Please pray for William and Meryl, who are returning to NZ today to be based in Hamilton for one year. They are coming back to spend more time with aging parents and to reconnect with family and friends. Matthew will attend Hamilton Boys High School. Pray too for William, who will take a short break from MAF and then tour as a training pilot, predominantly to PNG and Arnhem Land. 

Wednesday

LAIRD, Mel

Pilot, Arnhem Land. 

As Yolngu followers of Jesus continue to discuss difficult matters regarding their culture (in which animistic religious practices are thoroughly entwined) in light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, please pray for Godly wisdom for them to understand which parts need to go and which may remain. Pray also against syncretism which has crept its way in over the past few years.

Thursday

WOODWARD, Vaughan & Rosemary

Ryan. Institutional Donor Relations Manager & Global Disaster Response Deputy Manager, Cairns.

 Thank you for praying for Matthews health - the testing he underwent last time we wrote has come back all clear. We’re also thankful for our break over Christmas—a time to unwind and relax after a busy year.

Friday

FOX, Mark

CEO MAF NZ. 

Please pray for Mark as he leads the New Zealand team in 2020. MAF NZ has embarked on a new ambitious Strategic Plan to lift recruitment and income. Reliance on God is critical if we are going to achieve these goals.

Saturday

INGHAM, Bridget

Flight Instructor, Mareeba

Please pray for the new student pilots who will start their flight training in Mareeba this month (especially those com-ing from Papua New Guinea). Pray that they can settle into the community and adjust to a new learning environment

Sunday

BE INSPIRED

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

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