LATEST PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN
My Account

January 8 – January 14, 2017

Thank you for being prayerfully involved in MAF!
~Linda Whiting


“Blessed be God,
Who has not turned away my prayer
Nor His lovingkindness from me.
Psalm 66: 20 (NASB)



header-photo-hi-res.jpg

    • Monday, Jan. 8

      “Thank You, LORD, for hearing our prayers, cleansing our hearts, and lavishing Your love on us. Help us to trust You. Help us to turn from evil.”

    • Tuesday, Jan. 9

      “Praise God for the recent meeting in Nabire, Papua, where MAF met with some church leaders to explain the new way of doing MAF operations in Indonesia.”

    • Wednesday, Jan. 10

      “Pray for MAF’s Latin America Affiliate, Alas de Soccorro (ADSE) of Ecuador, for unity between their pilots, mechanics, administrators, and leadership.”

    • Thursday, Jan. 11

      “Lift up John and Marilyn Gorenflo who served with MAF in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, as a pilot/IT family for seven years. Currently John travels to all field locations around the world, providing IT support and implementing a new scheduling system to help streamline operations. Marilyn is an MAF ministry partnership coach, helping MAF families prepare for the mission field and maintain their support teams.”

    • Friday, Jan. 12

      “Pray for all MAF staff who are in need of visas or government permits. May their road blocks be lifted and paperwork approved.”

    • Saturday, Jan. 13

      “Lift up Pete and Ashley Greenwald and their two sons as they serve in Papua, Indonesia, as a pilot/mechanic family. Pete provides transportation for those involved in missions, evangelism, Bible translation, and the national church.”

Sunday, Jan. 14

“Praise God for His provisions to MAF through generous year-end donations that allowed us to finish 2017 strong—meeting our goals for online and organizational giving!”

Stories

Persevering in hard places

Just over a week after a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked southwestern Haiti, MAF pilot Eric Fagerland landed in the town of Jérémie with a load of relief supplies.

Read More »