Evangelism and Missionary Work2018-03-17T18:39:23+00:00

Evangelism and Missionary work

Because we believe that every individual is important to God. We work with local pastors, missionaries, and missions groups to deliver the Good News of God’s love for them in word and deed; helping to provide hope and healing for both body and soul.

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Building bridges in South Sudan

CAFOD and sister agency, Trócaire, both have a long history of working in South Sudan through church and non-church partners who support vulnerable people in communities. CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development) and its sister agency, Trócaire, both have a long history of working in South Sudan through church and [...]

A Veggie Tale

Missionaries working in remote areas of South Sudan don’t have easy access to basic food items such as vegetables, fruit and eggs. So once a month, MAF flies the veggie run, bringing a healthier diet to AIM missionaries living along the route of the eastern shuttle. ‘In April 2017 [...]

Healing wounds

MAF passengers in South Sudan have been training church leaders to become agents of healing and promotors of peace through Biblical principles of healing, forgiveness and reconciliation. Unlike other Nilotic peoples in the Upper Nile, whose economies are based on raising cattle, the Anyuak are herdsmen and farmers. Many [...]

Issa’s story

MAF assists a christian ministry that helped South Sudanese refugee Issa overcome trauma and fear. Their very name in Swahili is a faith-filled declaration: Tutapona — ‘We will be healed!’. Nearly one million refugees gather in makeshift communities close to the border with war-torn South Sudan. They are there [...]

Balku and Mary’s outreach

Over the years, MAF has nurtured valuable partnerships with Yolngu Christian leaders in Arnhem Land. MAF flies them into the remote Yolngu homelands where they are an immense source of encouragement to the people they meet. They teach and disciple people in the local language Yolngu Matha, and connect [...]

A cause for celebration

MAF participates in celebrating the translating of the Bible into a local Kenyan dialect, a project that began 40 years ago. In 1907, two AIM missionaries did a journey on foot into northern Kenya to survey the Rendille and Samburu people. It wouldn’t be until 1960, when the Kenyan [...]

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