May 14 – May 20, 2018




Commit your way to the Lord [roll and repose each care of your load on Him]; trust (lean on, rely on, and be confident) also in Him and He will bring it to pass.
-Psalms 37:5 (AMPC)



Monday, May 14
Lord God, please help us let go of every load that we carry and trust each concern into Your caring, strong, and everlasting arms.

Tuesday, May 15
MAF’s affiliate in Brazil, Asas de Soccorro, is hosting a missionary aviation conference in mid May with many people and organizations involved. Please pray for God’s wisdom and unity.

Wednesday, May 16
Today all MAF groups around the world pause from regular work and spend some dedicated time together to pray, seeking God’s face and enjoying His presence. Pray that every hindrance would be thwarted.

Thursday, May 17
Lift up Adam Lewis, a computer science teacher for missionary kids (Kindergarten to grade 12) at Hillcrest School in Papua, Indonesia. Adam is no stranger to the mission field as he grew up in Africa. Adam’s father, Jon Lewis, was an MAF pilot! Pray for Adam during his initial adjustments to Indonesia as well as raising a short-fall in his financial support.

Friday, May 18
As the MAF East DRC team works with the IDP (internally displaced people) camp in Bunia, please pray that they would be able to meet the needs and work with compassion and wisdom.

Saturday, May 19
Lift up MAF Pilot and IT Specialist, Joyce Lin, who will serve in Indonesia. She just completed pre-field orientation and will soon depart for Java where she will learn the Indonesian language. Please lift her up during this time of exciting changes and challenges.

Sunday, May 20
Praise God that the MAF Cessna 207 aircraft, HH-MAF, has been completely refurbished and is looking brilliant with its new paint job! The plan is to return it to service in Haiti this coming week! Pilots and aircraft maintenance specialists, Larry Whiting and Dave Jacobsson, are pictured riveting.

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