Our missionary families are based in different countries around the world, serving in isolated communities. Read about how they have followed their calling. Will you support them?

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Mark and Lorraine Liprini

Mark and Lorraine Liprini have been with MAF since 2001. They have been serving faithfully across the MAF globe ever since. Currently Mark is serving as a Disaster Relief pilot and they will soon relocate to Uganda to fly in the MAF programme there.

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Grant and Emily Strugnell

Grant and Emily are serving with MAF in Lesotho. Grant serves as an MAF Pilot, helping support rural medical clinics and missionaries who live in the mountains, while Emily will continue managing an orphanage. Jane, their daughter is making lots of Basotho friends to join her in her adventures.

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Brad and Michelle Venter

Brad and Michelle have been serving with MAF in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for the past eight years. The Venters live in Goroka in the Eastern Highlands. Brad is a pilot and is also currently the Flight Operations Manager. Michelle looks after their home and family and is involved in ladies’ ministry and in many other areas as needed.

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Kirstein and Amelia Combrink

Kirstein has been serving as an MAF pilot in Tanzania since 2012. Amelia Amelia arrived in Tanzania in 2009 to teach at one of the international primary schools and then worked for, a non-profit organisation which fights for the rights of Masaai women and children. 


Tobias Meyer

Tobias is a pilot serving in South Sudan. South Sudan has few roads across its vast swampy plains, meaning aid and mission groups depend on MAF’s aircraft to reach people suffering through hunger, conflict and isolation.