“Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water will be
thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”—John 4:13-14
“There is a vast difference between saying prayers and praying.”—Unknown
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 18
Please lift up Bruce and Molly Harcey and their two sons. Bruce is an avionics technician at MAF headquarters in Nampa, Idaho and recently spent several weeks assisting at the MAF base in western Democratic Republic of the Congo. The family previously served in Ecuador. Learn more about the Harceys at www.maf.org/harcey
- Tuesday, March 19
Remember to pray for MAF pilots as they fly patients from the jungle to medical facilities. Their presence is a great source of strength, comfort and hope to people in desperate need.
- Wednesday, March 20
Pray for MAF pilots in western Democratic Republic of the Congo as they transport IV fluids to a medical facility fighting an outbreak of malaria. Pray also for the healing of those suffering from this dreadful disease.
- Thursday, March 21
Praise God today for the increased demand for MAF flights in Ecuador. Pray that the ministry will have the capacity to effectively respond to all requests.
- Friday, March 22
Thank God for the MAF radio system that links various villages in the heart of the Ecuadorian jungle.
- Saturday, March 23
Please lift up Laura and Timo Harkonen and their two children as they prepare for service with MAF in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Laura is a pilot and Timo hopes to use his seminary training to assist Congolese pastors and teachers. Learn more at www.maf.org/harkonen.
- Sunday, March 24
Pray that God will grant wisdom to MAF leaders as they consider expansion of MAF service into new geographic areas. Pray that God will grant favor in the eyes of national leaders so that MAF can best serve isolated people.