February 17 – February 23, 2020

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.
-Psalm 46:1 (NIV)

Monday, February 17
Lord God, You are all we need! More than enough! When we run to You, we are safe. Infuse us with Your tranquil strength in the face of situations that threaten to shake our faith in You. Help us, dear Abba Father. Thank You for being the Commander of Angel Armies.

Tuesday, February 18
Please pray for MAF pilots attending instructor pilot seminars this month in Nampa who have come from teams in Central Asia, EDRC, Ecuador, Haiti, Indonesia, Lesotho, Canada, Mozambique, Nampa, and WDRC. Lift up their families while they’re away.

Wednesday, February 19
Praise God for the unifying and strategic meetings held in Nampa last week when MAFI and MAF-US executive leadership teams met to discuss MAF mission and vision. This is MAF’s 75th year of ministry!

Thursday, February 20
Lift up Dave and Linda Ringenberg, a pilot/mechanic family serving with MAF in Papua, Indonesia. Dave currently works as the director of operations in Papua. Linda cares for the family, manages the household, and stays involved in the community. Linda is also currently working on a book about all the things the Lord taught her through her daughter’s illness and death.

Friday, February 21
Praise God for the successful launching of the MAF-US Airline Engagement Initiative which invites commercial airline pilots to spark conversations about MAF with colleagues. Please pray for more members to sign up.

Saturday, February 22
Lift up Jason and Connie Risser, a pilot family who served in Africa for 15 years. Currently Jason is a flight instructor in the Aviation Resources department in Nampa, Idaho. His responsibilities include preparing new MAF pilots for service around the the world. Connie’s ministry includes helping children who struggle to learn. She was instrumental in founding the Joshua Institute in Meridian, Idaho.

Sunday, February 23
Praise God for the aviation support MAF has provided in the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the current Ebola outbreak (starting in 2018) including flights for 114 health workers, 16,671 kg of cargo, including 1,259 kg of vaccines and 56 flight hours.

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