Nov 9 – Nov 15, 2020




Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.
-Nehemiah 8:10b (NIV)



Monday, November 9
The landscape of our lives seems full of loss and angst these days. There is much to tug on our hearts in 2020. But Yahweh, we’re grateful for Your brilliant joy that strengthens us. We choose to put our trust in You, Eternal One. Please shine through us into the darkness and fill us with Your valiant courage. We praise You!

Tuesday, November 10
Please pray for the people of Nagorno-Karabakh (mostly Armenians) who are caught in the bloody crossfire of conflict and in need of winter relief supplies. Pray for Samaritan’s Purse (SP) as they deliver boots, coats, gloves, socks, and thermal underwear that thousands need to survive in the Caucasus mountains, because they had to flee their homes. Pray also for MAF pilot Rick Emenaker who is heading up logistics for SP in Armenia, on loan from the MAF Global Disaster Response team.
Photo provided by SP

Wednesday, November 11
Give thanks that theKalimantan team is doing well through the COVID-19 situation, schooling is happening, and operations are carrying on normally.

Thursday, November 12
Lift up Kent and Amy Embleton, a pilot/mechanic family serving with MAF in Mozambique, southern Africa. Kent uses aviation as a tool to connect people to remote areas in the northern provinces of Mozambique. Amy spends her time at home raising their three children and has had the opportunity to use her professional skills as a teacher. Pray for them as they discern God’s leading in some important upcoming decisions. Pray also for a good furlough in Delaware and western USA. as they reconnect with family and supporters.

Friday, November 13
Pray for the MAF Angola team as the COVID-19 numbers are increasing rapidly in the country. Pray that the team stays healthy and continues to keep working through this time.

Saturday, November 14
Lift up Mary Epp, a newly widowed wife of MAF maintenance specialist Reg Epp who battled cancer for several years. On October 6th, the Lord called him home. We celebrate that Reg is now with his Savior and completely healed. He will be deeply missed within MAF. Mary will be staying on with MAF and continuing to use her talents with children and her life experience on the field to teach, encourage and equip the next generation of missionaries.

Sunday, November 15
Praise the Lord that MAF’s team in western Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was able to distribute over 15 tons of medical equipment and vaccines in September to several different provinces of the DRC.

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