November 19 – November 25, 2018




O send out Your light and Your truth, let them lead me; Let them bring me to Your holy hill and to Your dwelling places.
-Psalms 43:3 (NASB)



Monday, November 19
We welcome You, Lord Jesus, into every aspect of our lives today. Thank You that You are the Way, the Truth, and the Life. You bring us to Your holy hill, into Your presence!

Tuesday, November 20
Pray for the fourteen pre-field staff families who are currently building their support teams. Praise God for the four new families coming to Candidacy class in January 2019. Pray that the Lord would already be preparing the hearts of those who will be part of their ministry support teams.

Wednesday, November 21
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving day in the USA. I want to be the first to thank God for you this Thanksgiving week. We MAFers are so very grateful to you for your willingness and diligence to prayer for MAF and the lives touched by God through MAF. Have a very blessed week in God’s presence.

Thursday, November 22
Lift up Warren and Julie Veal, a pilot/mechanic family who are currently serving in Nampa at MAF headquarters. Warren is the manager of Aviation Maintenance Support and Julie keeps the home running well and volunteers in various children’s ministries like Good News Clubs. Pray that the shortfall in their monthly support will be met soon.

Friday, November 23
Pray for Singapore churches that have worked in Myanmar, that they would want to partner with MAF as MAF Singapore presents the new airport project in Lailenpi to them.

Saturday, November 24
Lift up Tim and Tonya Vennell, a pilot/mechanic family who served with MAF in Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Kenya, South Sudan, and now in Nampa, Idaho. Tim is currently leading the process of MAF changing to a part 135 aviation operation. Pray that God will continue to guide and direct the Vennell family for His glory.

Sunday, November 25
The Ebola outbreak continues to grow and spread in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (EDRC). MAF has flown test samples and health workers to the area. Also, the EDRC team is setting up a house to be used as an isolation area for suspected patients if needed. Pray for a quick end to this outbreak.

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