Rick and Tracey

Matthew, Joshua, and Andrew

Then he [Jesus] said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; 38 therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.
– Matthew 9: 37 & 38 (ESV)

Rick was born and raised in Abbotsford, BC. At age 10, Rick was called to mission aviation after seeing a photo of a missionary coming in to land where she was stationed. After completing the required training, Rick joined MAF in 2003 and was seconded to Flying Mission to serve in their Botswana program.

Tracey grew up in New South Wales, Australia. Her interest in missions began at age 8 when a missionary from West Africa visited their local church. After completing her studies at Sydney Missionary and Bible College, Tracey moved to Zambia in 2003 to serve with Serving in Mission (SIM).

In 2005, Flying Mission transferred Rick to Zambia where he met Tracey.  Their shared commitment to a life of service created an instant bond, and Rick and Tracey were married in Abbotsford in 2007.

Rick and Tracy were stationed in Lusaka, Zambia, where Rick served as Chief Pilot and Tracey’s ministry focussed on raising their three adventurous sons, Matthew, Joshua, and Andrew who were all born in Zambia.

The Rempels transitioned back to Canada in 2017, and Rick and Tracey now serve with MAF at Prairie Aviation Training Centre (PATC) in Three Hills, AB where Rick mentors and trains future generations of missionary pilots.

Please prayerfully consider partnering with Rick and Tracey Rempel as they continue to serve with MAF at PATC.

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