November 6 – November 12, 2017

“Look at the birds.
They don’t plant or harvest or stor

e food in barns, for your  heavenly Father feeds them. And aren’t you far more valuable to him than they are? Can all your worries add a single moment to your life?” Matthew 6:26-27 (NLT)


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  • Monday, Nov. 6

    “Thank You, LORD, for valuing us and taking care of us. We trust You and choose not to worry about everyday life.”

  • Tuesday, Nov. 7

    “Pray for the health of MAF Papua staff as they have seen an increase in health issues this year.”

  • Wednesday, Nov. 8

    “Give thanks for all the work the disaster response team has done in the Caribbean and pray for the area as it transitions to rebuilding after the hurricanes.”

  • Thursday, Nov. 9

    “Lift up Jonathan and Nicole De Jongh, an MAF pilot/mechanic family heading to Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, for their first assignment. Before departure in a couple months, they have a lot to get done: finalize their shipment, have a baby, get a passport, pack bags, and finish language study.”

  • Friday, Nov. 10

    “Praise God for the Reformation Day program the MK students from Hillcrest Wamena School performed for the 500 year anniversary last week in Papua, Indonesia. They did a great job of reminding the Christian community the importance of the 5 Solae/5 Solas (Biblical principles of the Protestant Reformation): Scripture Alone, Grace Alone, Faith Alone, Christ Alone, Glory be to God Alone.”

  • Saturday, Nov. 11

    “Lift up Bruce and Wendy DeVries, who are a missionary pilot/mechanic family with MAF. After ten years of service in Venezuela, the DeVries were assigned by MAF to be on-loan to Moody Aviation in Spokane, WA, as an advanced flight instructor family.”

  • Sunday, Nov. 12

    “Pray that the MAF Ministry Awareness team would be equipped by the Holy Spirit to share what God is doing through MAF and to make His Name famous! They desire that God would give them wisdom as they serve alongside MAF advocates, MAF volunteers, MAF events, and supporting churches.”

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