MAF shares Christ’s love with isolated communities around the world
What began with a few Christian air-force pilots is now the largest humanitarian airline in the world.
Short Film Launched to Celebrate
2020 marks 75 years of MAF using aircraft to deliver medical care, emergency food and Christian hope to remote communities.
MAF’s mission to use aircraft to transform lives came right on the heels of the death and destruction of WWII. What began with a few Christian air-force pilots is now - 75 years later - the largest humanitarian airline in the world.
On April 10, Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) Australia launched a short film to celebrate all that God has done through MAF supporters from that first day until now. The short film shares the story the life-changing impact that supporters have had on isolated communities over the past 75 years - from community development and medical care to the delivery of the gospel through locally-translated bibles.
The film aims to celebrate the faithful work of God through MAF supporters, as well as encourage others to join in this ongoing mission to see isolated communities transformed in Jesus’ name.
To find out more about MAF Australia, visit maf.org.au or call on (02) 8014-6450