March 12-18, 2012

Turn to me and be saved, all you ends of the earth;
for I am God, and there is no other.

—Isaiah 45:22 (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, March 12
    Please pray for Darrell and Valerie Ash and their three children. Darrell and Valerie have been with MAF since 1997, serving in Kalimantan, Indonesia before their current assignment as a flight instructor at LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas. Read more at
  • Tuesday, March 13
    MAF’s recruiters will be gathering at MAF HQ in Nampa, Idaho this week for strategic planning meetings. Please pray for safe travels and a productive time together.
  • Wednesday, March 14
    In Kalimantan, Indonesia, several local pastors have asked MAF to provide Bibles! Join us in praising God for this request, and for the privilege of serving Him there.
  • Thursday, March 15
    MAF’s Board of Directors is meeting in Nampa today and tomorrow. Please ask the Lord to give them wisdom and discernment.
  • Friday, March 16
    Gene and Jen Arnold and their two children are MAF staff on-loan to Moody Aviation, a missionary aviation training program in Spokane, Washington. The Arnolds are in the process of adopting two girls from Haiti and would appreciate your prayers for a speedy conclusion to the process! Learn more about this family at
  • Saturday, March 17
    MAF’s Marieke Rietveld (a midwife) and Rebecca Hopkins recently visited the village of Mahak Baru in Kalimantan, where they spent three days teaching the youth about healthy dating and Biblical motherhood. Teen pregnancy is rampant in this village. Pray for fruit from these efforts.
  • Sunday, March 18
    Pray for the kids’ programming class in La Carpio slum in Costa Rica. The kids recently built a small balancing robot and displayed it at a local church. Please ask the Lord to bring a better life to these children, and to bless the ministry of MAF and others working in La Carpio.
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