February 20-26, 2012

Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
—Matthew 11:28 (NIV, 1984)

Priorities for Prayer

Mission Aviation Fellowship is grateful for the many friends who pray daily for this ministry. Thank you for your faithful intercession!

  • Monday, February 20
    Please continue to pray for the healing of Richard Morris, director of MAF-Learning Technologies, who was hit by a car on February 6 in Miami.
  • Tuesday, February 21
    Please lift up John and Corinne Woodberry, who serve at MAF headquarters in Nampa, Idaho. The Woodberrys have been with MAF since 1993 and served in two MAF overseas programs. John is manager of disaster response and security, while Corinne serves as a ministry partnership coach. Learn more about the Woodberrys at www.maf.org/woodberry.
  • Wednesday, February 22
    Pray for the MAF team in South Sudan. As this new country emerges from many years of civil war, the team is responding to the urgent needs of those who serve refugees.
  • Thursday, February 23
    Please lift up Brian and Esther Writebol, a maintenance specialist family serving with MAF in West DRC. The Writebols have three children, including a newborn! The family is currently on furlough in the U.S. Learn more at www.maf.org/writebol.
  • Friday, February 24
    Please remember Dave and Jean Wunsch in your prayers. The Wunschs have been with MAF since 1976, and previously served in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Dave is vice president of operations, while Jean serves as senior ministry partnership coach. Read more about the family at www.maf.org/wunsch.
  • Saturday, February 25
    Please pray for the staff of the MAF Haiti program as they prepare for a 25th anniversary celebration to be held on Tuesday, February 28. Also pray for safety for those travelling from the U.S. to Haiti.
  • Sunday, February 26
    MAF Pilot Jason Pratt recently attended a pastoral conference in Kalimantan, Indonesia where he was able to share about outreach opportunities and encourage partnership between MAF and Indonesian pastors to unreached parts of Kalimantan. Pray for fruit from this effort.

 

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