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November 12 – November 18, 2018

Let all those who seek You rejoice and be glad in You;
Let such as love Your salvation say continually,
“The Lord be magnified!”
-Psalms 40:16 (NKJV)

Monday, November 12
In all we do, we seek You, Lord God. In every airplane that MAF maintains and flies, we say, “The Lord be magnified!” With every conversation and task, we say, “The Lord be magnified!” In our home lives and in all our relationships, we say, “The Lord be magnified!”

Tuesday, November 13
Praise God for the full Bible in the Yali language! Pictured is the missionary translator, Fredrich Tometon, with the Yali translation team, expressing gratitude for MAF’s service to the Yali people. Photographer is Jeremiah Hartin.

Wednesday, November 14
Today MAF programs worldwide sets aside dedicated time for prayer together. Flight operations and other work stops. Pray for a blessed time in God’s presence as we seek His face.

Thursday, November 15
Lift up Jeremy and Jodie Toews, a pilot/mechanic family serving with MAF in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The Toews love the opportunity to partner with a Bible school for Indonesian pastors in interior Borneo. Pray for Jodie as she officially started homeschooling their eldest son. Of course his siblings don’t want to be left out. So they sometimes tag along and “do school” like big kids.

Friday, November 16
The Day of Prayer last week was a wonderful time for our overseas programs. Pictured here is the western Democratic Republic of the Congo team in Kinshasa, as they were gathering for prayer. Please continue to intercede for these MAF teams on an ongoing basis.

Saturday, November 17
Lift up Rolland and Jessica Trempert, staff missionaries at MAF headquarters in Nampa, Idaho. The Tremperts served in Colombia and Venezuela as a pilot/mechanic family. Currently Rolland serves as the director of the Safety/Quality division, which encourages safety and excellent MAF service around the world. Jessica is MAF’s travel coordinator.

Sunday, November 18
Pray for increased opportunity to share the gospel of Christ as MAF continues to serve the Lesotho Flying Doctor Service as well as isolated Basotho people in the mountains.


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.

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