Nov 16 – Nov 22, 2020




Those who guard their lips preserve their lives,
but those who speak rashly will come to ruin.
-Proverbs 13:3 (NIV)



Monday, November 16
Lord Jesus, please help us to guard our mouths from speaking rashly or unkindly. Your Word tells us that when we guard the words we speak, we preserve our lives.

Tuesday, November 17
Massive flooding and mudslides have occurred due to Hurricane Eta, impacting over 2 million people in Nicaragua, Honduras, and Guatemala. Pray for pilots Ludin Reyes and Eri Alas along with MAF Disaster Response surge staff, John Woodberry and Juan Carlos Portillo, who have deployed to Guatemala to assist in the relief efforts. Pray for availability of Avgas.

Wednesday, November 18
Praise the Lord that MAF-US President and CEO David Holsten was able to come and be the guest speaker at the MAF western Democratic Republic of the Congo team conference last month. The staff enjoyed and very much appreciated his message.

Thursday, November 19
Lift up Bryan and Mari Eygabroad, a pilot/mechanic family serving in Lesotho, Africa. Pray for them as they enter into a season of transition next year. They will be moving into an on-loan position with MAF as an Instructor Pilot at Mission Aviation Training Academy (MATA) in Arlington, WA.

Friday, November 20
MAF Tanzania is carrying out medical safari flights, together with Kilimatinde Hospital, into villages to the North of Dodoma. Next week there will be a similar medical safari with Haydom Hospital. May these flights result in increased patient health and opportunities to exhibit God’s love.

Saturday, November 21
Lift up Eric and Lynette Fagerland, a pilot family serving with MAF in Haiti. Pray for continued stability in Haiti as the local schools reopen. Pray for a restful home for the Fagerlands despite the turmoil outside. Praise God that their resident visas have finally been processed.

Sunday, November 22
An MAF team in Asia is actively pursuing an agreement that will allow flight operations into remote parts of the country. They need God’s direction and wisdom to allow them to move forward.

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