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  • News for Prayer


    A full colour monthly prayer resource to encourage and inspire you in prayer

  • Running the race for refugees


    To mark World Refugee Day, Liz Parker shares how she, Esther and Benjamin joined dozens of runners to raise money and awareness of the plight of Uganda’s refugees.

  • In my father's footsteps


    MAF pilot Timon Kundig is a 'chip off the old block'! He inherited his passion for flying from his dad Emil.

  • A Father's Day Job


    Emil Kundig is an MAF pilot, Country Director as well as a dad and a grandad. His eldest son Timon is a pilot serving with MAF in Timor-Leste. Photos by LuAnne Cadd

  • The exam papers haven’t arrived yet!


    As exam season the UK comes to an end - to the relief of children and parents alike - Glenda Giles shares how students in Tekin, Papua New Guinea nervously awaited the arrival of their exam papers.

  • A place of sanctuary for disabled children


    Imagine this: you are only five years old, and you have been left in charge of your baby brother. But you get distracted, and suddenly realise you don’t know where he is...

  • A Long Awaited Delivery


    Earlier this year, MAF's brand new Cessna Caravan was flown to Papua New Guinea from Mareeba. But the ferry flight to reach Mareeba took 9 whole days the summer before. Now that's what I call a long haul flight!

  • MAF frequent flier honoured with award for Reconciliation and Interfaith Cooperation


    Frequent MAF flier Bishop Paride Taban today received the Hubert Walter Award for Reconciliation and Interfaith Cooperation from Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. Story and photos by LuAnne Cadd

  • Update on the aftermath of Cyclone Mora


    On Tuesday 30th May, Cyclone Mora struck Bangladesh and continued on to Myanmar causing widespread devastation in its wake. Our partner ministry, Health and Hope Myanmar, was badly affected by the storms and needs our prayers.

  • Women for Women


    A team from WomenforWomen, who specialise in plastic surgery on burn victims, operates on 53 women and children at the Friendship Hospital ship in Bangladesh, giving freely and receiving in return. Story LuAnne Cadd