June 1 – June 7, 2020

But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
-Romans 5:8 (NIV)

Monday, June 1
God Almighty, thank You for exhibiting your amazing love for each of us through Christ’s death on the cross for our sins. Grant us opportunities to demonstrate Your enduring and saving love to others.

Tuesday, June 2
A few days ago MAF celebrated with the first graduating class of Papua Hope School in Sentani. Pray for these young Papuan leaders as they seek God’s direction for their future careers in Indonesia. Many of them want to serve with MAF!

Wednesday, June 3
This week MAF-US staff will be entering Phase 3 of reopening Nampa headquarters. Most office workers will be moving back to their cubicles. Pray for God’s wisdom, prudence, and protection from COVID-19 coronavirus infection.

Thursday, June 4
Lift up Larry and Linda Whiting, a pilot/mechanic family who served in SE Asia (mostly Indonesia), starting in 1988. (To be honest this feels weird asking you to pray for me and my husband, but we do come next in the alphabet.) Currently, Larry prepares MAF aircraft for overseas service in the Nampa facility and sometimes helps with projects on the field. I am MAF’s donor relations coordinator and am also involved in coordinating prayer publications.

Friday, June 5
Today MAF staff gather for our annual corporate meeting and will vote in some new board members. Please pray that we will see God’s purposes unfold in every MAF process, speech, and policy in action.

Saturday, June 6
Lift up Jared and Teresa Wiley who both serve as teachers at the Papua Hope School, which is located in the Indonesian province of Papua. Last Saturday they celebrated the graduation of the first class of Papuan students from their school. (See Tuesday’s photo.) Pray that passenger air travel will resume in Papua, allowing them to travel to the States as planned this summer.

Sunday, June 7
Pray for the MAF Madagascar team who are responding to an outbreak of -6,000+ people with over 100 fatalities in a very short period of time.

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