January 7 – 13, 2013

“Many are asking, “Who can show us any good?” Let the light of your face shine upon us, O Lord. 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 4:6-8 (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, January 7
    Please pause to pray for the faithful supporters of MAF who may be experiencing illness and other physical difficulties. Pray for their encouragement and healing.
  • Tuesday, January 8
    Please ask the Lord to provide funds that will allow MAF to build a hangar at the base in Lesotho, Africa. The need is great!.
  • Wednesday, January 9
    Praise God for keeping MAF’s overseas staff safe during the past year. There has been violence in several areas, but with His protection MAF has been able to continue our Great Commission work.
  • Thursday, January 10
    Lift up Nathan and Becky Fagerlie, who serve with MAF in Papua, Indonesia. Nathan is a pilot/mechanic. The Fagerlies are currently in the U.S. as they as work through the process of adopting a child. Please pray that this will go smoothly and quickly. Learn more at www.maf.org/fagerlie.
  • Friday, January 11
    Pray for the 12 prospective missionary couples who are currently participating in candidacy class at MAF HQ in Nampa. Ask the Lord to provide wisdom and guidance as they consider overseas missionary service.
  • Saturday, January 12
    Please pray for the MAF-Learning Technologies team as they work on development of the Estante digital resource library. This wonderful tool will allow easy sharing of Christian resources. Learn more.
  • Sunday, January 13
    Please pray for the family of Martinus, a ticket agent in Papua, Indonesia. In mid-December Martinus’s son died in a flash flood that also injured his daughter. Ask the Lord to comfort this family, and that the right treatment will be available for the daughter.
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