May 14 – 20, 2012

When a farmer plows for planting, does he plow continually? Does he keep on breaking up and harrowing the soil? When he has leveled the surface, does he not sow caraway and scatter cummin? Does he not plant wheat in its place, barley in its plot, and spelt in its field? His God instructs him and teaches him the right way.
— Isaiah 28:24-26 (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, May 14
    Praise God for the faithful friends of MAF who visited us at the Redbird airport last weekend!
  • Tuesday, May 15
    Please pray for an Indonesian Bible school student who has an infection in her brain after a long bout with typhoid. Narti is 17, from a faraway interior village, and is struggling to survive. MAF pilot Brian Underhill flew her out from the Bible school to Tarakan. Holly Underhill and some Indonesian MAF employees have been trying to get her the care she needs in the hospital there. MAF and Indonesian churches are joining together to fund her expensive care.
  • Wednesday, May 16
    The International Association of Missionary Aviation (IAMA) is holding its annual conference at MAF headquarters in Nampa, beginning today. Please ask the Lord to bless this gathering.
  • Thursday, May 17
    Praise God for the faithful friends of MAF who visited us at the Redbird airport last weekend!
  • Friday, May 18
    Please lift up Jonathan Blomberg who serves as an MAF pilot in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Jonathan grew up as an MAF missionary kid (MK)! Click to learn more.
  • Saturday, May 19
    Please ask the Lord to give wisdom and guidance to the MAF staff in eastern DRC as they try to meet the needs of the local people as well as the churches and relief agencies working there.
  • Sunday, May 20
    Please lift up the team in North Central Asia as they teach their final English lessons at a local orphanage. Please pray for the children living there.
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