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August 25 – 31, 2014

“You heavens above, rain down my righteousness; let the clouds shower it down. Let the earth open wide, let salvation spring up, let righteousness flourish with it; I, the Lord, have created it.” — Isaiah 45:8 (NIV 1984)

Priorities for Prayer

  • Monday, August 25
    Continue to pray for the many people in Africa still suffering from Ebola, as well as the medical personnel who are treating them.
  • Tuesday, August 26
    Continue to pray for the many people in Africa still suffering from Ebola, as well as the medical personnel who are treating them.
  • Wednesday, August 27
    MAF’s program in Mozambique is unable to fly as they wait to receive an Air Operator Certificate. Please pray that they will receive it soon!
  • Thursday, August 28
    Please ask the Lord to bring doctors and dentists to serve with MozMed, the flying doctor service in Mozambique. The group’s previous doctors have now departed. Read a job description.
  • Friday, August 29
    Lift up Jason and Joselyn Thiemann who currently serve at MAF headquarters in Idaho where Jason is an aircraft maintenance specialist. The family previously served with MAF in Lesotho and will be returning there in January. Learn more about their ministry.
  • Saturday, August 30
    MAF’s Lesotho program has learned that they must relocate their operations to another airport within two weeks. Please ask the Lord to be with them as they prepare for this move and work to get the new hangar in shape.
  • Sunday, August 31
    Please pray for Rolland and Jessica Trempert who serve at MAF headquarters. Rolland is MAF’s director of safety/quality and Jessica is travel coordinator. They previously served with the ministry in Venezuela and Colombia. Read more about the Tremperts at www.maf.org/trempert.
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