New Zealand! – one of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating countries. Not only does it have that peculiar, flightless bird – the Kiwi – but many other claims to fame. Likewise, according to New Zealanders, the first man to fly an airplane was their own Richard Pearse, not the American Wright brothers!
But on this there can be no dispute: Murray Kendon, a New Zealander, started the Mission Aviation Fellowship. MAF plans are used across the world to bring the good news of Christ to thousands of people in far flung places. Get on board and explore this wonderful part of God’s world!
About the Author
Bartha Hill is a long term journalist and author, writing for both children and adults. She lives in Dunedin, New Zealand, and participates in the ‘Writers in Schools’ programme. As a journalist her work has appeared in the Otago Daily Times, DayStar, sPanz, NZ Woman’s Weekly, Harvest Field & Reality. Her stories for children are in the School Journal, Choices and the Children’s Christian magazine Discovery. Besides writing Kiwi Adventures, Bartha Hill has also written Antarctic Adventures in this series.