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March 31 – April 6, 2014

“You have filled my heart with greater joy than when their grain and new wine abound. I will lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, O LORD, make me dwell in safety.” — Psalm 4:7-8 (NIV)

Priorities for Prayer

  • Monday, March 31
    MAF’s Haiti team consists of eight missionary families and 14 Haitian staff members operating three airplanes. Pray that they will be effective in their work and it will bring praise to God.
  • Tuesday, April 1
    Last year the MAF Haiti program had to relocate its facilities. A taxiway is still needed to enter the relocated hangar. Pray for funding to begin this project. Pray also that distribution lines can be run to connect the hangar to the airport power grid.
  • Wednesday, April 2
    MAF’s Haiti program serves many short-term mission teams from the U.S. Pray the Lord will bless the many projects in which these teams are involved.
  • Thursday, April 3
    Brian and Heather Marx and their three children serve with MAF in Papua, Indonesia. Brian is the manager of MAF’s base in Nabire. Please pray for this family and their ministry. Learn more at www.maf.org/bmarx.
  • Friday, April 4
    MAF’s overseas missionaries frequently deal with power outages and water shortages. Please pray for solutions to these infrastructure problems.
  • Saturday, April 5
    Today MAF will be holding a dedication ceremony at the Sun ‘n Fun Airshow in Lakeland, Florida, for a new KODIAK airplane earmarked for service in Papua, Indonesia. Please ask God to bless the work of this aircraft and the many passengers it will carry.
  • Sunday, April 6
    Please lift up Miles and Dion McClure, serving with MAF in Wamena, Papua, Indonesia, where Miles works as a mechanic and Dion teaches school. Read more about the McClures at www.maf.org/mcclure.
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