Feb 22 – Feb 28, 2020




A strong wind was blowing and the waters grew rough.When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus approaching the boat, walking on the water; and they were frightened. But he said to them, “It is I; don’t be afraid.
-John 6:18-20 (NIV)



Monday, February 22
When the storms of life get fierce, it is easy to shift into panic mode. Lord Jesus, help us to invite You into the rocking boat of our lives and trust You to bring us to Your safe harbor.

Tuesday, February 23
Pray for the MAF team in Mozambique as they grieve the sudden death of Diniz Cardoso, program administrator and government liaison. Diniz is pictured here in his home with two of his sons and his wife, Ivone.

Wednesday, February 24
Give thanks that during challenging times in Myanmar, the construction of Lailenpi airstrip and plans for a flight operation continue. Pray for the safety and security of MAF staff, the construction team, and for all the equipment and supplies they require. Pray also for God’s grace and peace to flow to the people of Myanmar.

Thursday, February 25
Lift up David and Natalie Holsten, a pilot/mechanic family who served 17 years in Indonesia. Currently, David serves as MAF’s President and CEO. Pray for wisdom and health for the Holsten family.

Friday, February 26
Pray for the unique ministry that MAF children have in cross-cultural settings. Pray for their friends and neighbors who have never heard the name of Jesus or met a Christian.

Saturday, February 27
Lift up Steve and Judy Holz, a pilot/mechanic family who began their 43 years of service with MAF in war-torn Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), followed by Transkei, Botswana, and Lesotho, Africa. Currently, Steve supervises the maintenance of the three Cessna 206 aircraft that are flown for MAF pilot training in the mountains of Idaho. Pray that Steve and Judy will be filled with all the strength they need for the tasks God gives them.

Sunday, February 28
MAFIndonesia import permissions for Kodiak aircraft N190KQ expire in May. Please pray that the importation process goes smoothly.

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