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


IT Support Officer, Cairns.

Pray that I will have a positive influence among those I work with. Pray for continued grow in my faith and my technical skills in IT.



Continue to be vigilant in prayer for those MAF countries which are currently facing unsettled times—Haiti, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia, Myanmar and South Africa. Please keep the MAF staff in these countries in your prayers, especially for wisdom and safety and protection, both physically and spiritually.


NICOL, William & Meryl

Matthew. MAFI Strategic Advisor, NZ based. 

Pray for William, who in his new role as MAFI Strategic Advisor, will support the COO with strategic input on key MAFI projects. This means that the Nicols will now be based in NZ for the next three years. They are thankful for a holiday in August in Queenstown with a number of friends. 


HASTIE, Kerry & Marie

Jesse, Ethan and Johanna. Quality and Safety Manager, Mareeba. 

Pray for Ethan as he is now sitting exams and assessments and for Jesse as he is really struggling at school at the moment. Pray for wisdom as our Ministry Partnership visit to New Zealand has been postponed again due to COVID-19.  



Praise that the new Kendon-Strong MAF Centre continues to develop well. Praise too for the groups of young people who have come through already and heard the story of MAF, sat in the plane and had a go on our new virtual headsets that show 3D videos of MAF medevacs. Pray that they will “catch the vision.” 



Remote Accountant (Small Programmes). NZ based. 

Praise God for His provision for and protection over our Bangladesh staff. Please pray for the move to a new hangar, that adequate space will be allocated in a convenient position. Thank the Lord for USAID which is assisting us in this process. 



Please pray for the maintenance team in Madagascar to have wisdom and overcome challenges repairing their aircraft. Also uphold in prayer the customs clearance and processing of aircraft parts.



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

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

I am a MAF volunteer

Read more

Working With MAF NZ

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'sRead more

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

This product has been added to your cart