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March 23 – 29, 2015

“I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” — Psalm 27:13-14 (NIV)

Priorities for Prayer

  • Monday, March 23
    Pray that MAF’s new KODIAK airplane will have a safe ferry flight to Ecuador next week.
  • Tuesday, March 24
    On March 6, a baby boy was born aboard an MAF flight in Ecuador! Pray that this child will be surrounded by love and ask Jesus into his heart at an early age.
  • Wednesday, March 25
    Please pray for improved weather and good visibility in Chad. The MAF team in Chad is experiencing disruptions in the flight schedule due to the sand storms and the harmattan winds.
  • Thursday, March 26
    GPlease lift up Tim Brooks, an MAF aircraft maintenance specialist currently attending Indonesian language school in Salatiga, Indonesia. Learn more about Tim at www.maf.org/brooks.
  • Friday, March 27
    Give thanks for MAF’s new GATR inflatable stand-alone communications terminal. Fitting in just four 50-pound foot lockers, the GATR will allow MAF to rapidly deploy a large high-capacity communications system. This will provide rapid access to voice and data communications for large response teams at disaster sites. MAF is grateful to the GATR Company and Wickenburg Bible Fellowship in Wickenburg, Arizona, for providing this unique tool.
  • Saturday, March 28
    Thank you for praying for Mike and Christy Brown and their children, serving the Lord in Papua, Indonesia. Mike is manager of MAF’s Papua program and also a pilot/mechanic. Learn more about their ministry at www.maf.org/brown.
  • Sunday, March 29
    Pray that the MAF Haiti hangar will soon be hooked up to the electrical grid. They have been using generators for power for nearly two years.
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