The residents of Olturot experienced a remarkable blend of spiritual nourishment and medical care after a MAF plane landed at a remote airstrip in northern Kenya.
‘While I was playing, they shot me’ – Ruth survives tribal violence in PNG
Pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy a curated collection of our latest stories showcasing the impactful work happening in MAF programmes across the globe. Gain insight into the endeavors of our dedicated missionaries, and tap into the prayer requests spanning the MAF community. All in MAFSA’s third-quarter digital magazine for 2023. With a few festive gift ideas to fuel our wings!
Transformative encounters: Merging veterinary care and Gospel proclamation.
Dr Janice Cotrone, Dean of the Wesleyan University’s Haiti School of Nursing, was forced to leave Haiti a year ago when gang violence made life in Haiti too dangerous. In MAF UK’s latest podcast episode, the MAF frequent flyer tells Josh Carter how she survived armed robbery and why she depended on MAF for over 30 years
MAF volunteers bring life-changing course into PNG prison.
A grateful mum named her son after the MAF pilot who flew her to hospital when she had pregnancy complications. In a joyful reunion, they caught up with the wife of pilot Richie.
MAF flights for Medicine Sans Frontier (MSF) have helped bring some of the essential medical supplies to support their three mobile clinics in Renk.
Amongst the passengers who boarded the flight back from Renk on Thursday 6 July was Pastor Deng Anum Deng and Pastor George James Kong from As an International Christian Ministry Every Home for Christ (EHC). The pastors were returning after spending seventeen days in Renk where their organisation has a church plant reaching the diverse communities of Upper Nile State.
MAF flew essential building supplies for Nazarene Health Services while helping support the economic well-being of the Dusin villagers.