March 19-25, 2012

One thing I ask of the Lord, this is what I seek;
that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life,
to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and seek him in this temple.

—Psalm 27:4 (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 19
    Please pray for Doug and Karin Allrich, who serve with MAF in Papua, Indonesia, where Doug is the MAF program manager and Karin is the program’s on-call nurse. Learn more about their ministry at www.maf.org/allrich.
  • Tuesday, March 20
    Kyle and Esther Ambrose and their three children serve with MAF in Papua, Indonesia. Kyle is principal at Hillcrest International School, and Esther teaches elementary school there. Thank you for praying for this family. Read more at www.maf.org/ambrose.
  • Wednesday, March 21
    MAF is preparing for a Leadership Training Conference to be held in April. It will be attended by some 70 MAF staff from around the world. Please lift up those planning the conference.
  • Thursday, March 22
    The MAF program in Sentani, Papua, Indonesia reports that shortages of diesel fuel have led to sporadic power outages in an attempt to conserve fuel stocks. Electricity in Sentani is generated by large diesel generators. Please pray for a solution to this problem.
  • Friday, March 23
    MAF pilot/mechanic Brian Underhill recently led a ministry team to Kampung Baru, East Kalimantan, to a Bible school there that trains Indonesian pastors and evangelists. The purpose of the trip was a six-hour series on how the Bible handles finances and possessions. It was attended by 175 local Bible school staff, students and Indonesian pastors throughout the region. Please join us in thanking God for this opportunity to minister, and pray for the attendees.
  • Saturday, March 24
    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 25
    We are grateful for your ongoing prayers for Richard Morris, director of MAF-Learning Technologies, who was injured when struck by a car in February. He is now at home in California where he continues to heal and undergo physical therapy. Please continue to lift Richard up before the Lord!
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