Connecting people has been our mission. MAF has been connecting people who live in isolated


Judith prepares the Twin Otter for flight.

places to the rest of the world through aviation and technology. As pilots, the two of us can appreciate how MAF’s ministry is transforming lives. We see it every day!

We believe that it is important for our ministry support team to be able to share in the joy of seeing how people are being reached and how MAF is helping to reach the lost and isolated with the love of Christ.  It is our privilege to see how lives are being transformed, shaped and renewed through the Good News.  May it bring glory and honour to the Lord as we share these stories with you.

Our quarterly newsletters are now finished as we complete our final term with MAF in August 2019


Michael approaches Mt. Hagen, PNG

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Dupuis Dispatch April 2018

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Dupuis Dispatch Winter 2018

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Final Dupuis Dispatch Summer 2019

3 thoughts on “Newsletters

    • Hi Connie, Great to hear from you! Please convey to the congregation our sincere wishes for all, a very Merry Christmas and a Blessed 2016 filled with God’s peace. Richard (Pastor Stuarts Brother) Marples torn his Achilles heel and is unable to fly for 6-8 weeks, impacting the PNG Program and training. Please ask the congregation to pray for his healing. Also, please continue to uplift us both in prayers as we continue in the training and recognize the set-back to the MAF PNG Program . We had a deathly sick passenger “Jamie” arrive less than 2 weeks ago via MAF aircraft. He was thought to be suffering from Typhoid Fever. He returned back today, aboard MAF aircraft, to his village in Mount Tawa, unfortunately, to die. The hospital said his medical treatment was received too late. It is a harsh reality for the people living in remote villages. MAF aircraft are life-saving to transport sick people but too often the call for transport is left too late, people die. We had an opportunity to pray with Jamie, and assure him he can rest in the knowledge of Christ, God’s Will be done for Jamie, please uplift him in your prayers. Much love sent back to you xo Judith


  1. Hi Judith, I can’t believe I’m just reading this now April 17/16. I didn’t receive your reply or missed it?? Anyway I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve been ill. I do hope that you are feeling better. I knew of Pastor Stuart’s brother but didn’t know it affected your training. Hope things are getting back on track now. I will keep you in my prayers and let the church know. Love hearing from you….Big Hugs!


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