November 9-15, 2015

“Let the peace of Christ keep you in tune with each other, in step with each other. None of this going off and doing your own thing. And cultivate thankfulness.” — Colossians 3:15 (MSG)

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Priorities for Prayer

  • Monday, November 9

    Ask the Lord to help us each cultivate and nurture an attitude of gratitude.

  • Tuesday, November 10

    Pray for the process of implementing RAMCO Aviation Management Software, which will help MAF aircraft operations around the world be more efficient and cost-effective. A huge amount of data must be input into the system, and staff need to be trained on this aircraft maintenance application.

  • Wednesday, November 11

    Please lift up Stephen and Ruth Hale who will soon be heading to French language school in Albertville, France, in preparation for their ministry as a pilot/mechanic family in east Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Pray also for funding for a needed vehicle in E DRC.

  • Thursday, November 12

    Praise God for MAF’s recent International Day of Prayer. In Ecuador, a highlight was when one of the staff prayed in her heart-language, Shuar, for MAF’s needs on the other side of the world. It was a powerful reminder that there is nothing, even in our technologically advanced world, that compares to prayer

  • Friday, November 13

    Thank God for sparing the Lesotho hangar and fuel storage during a recent grass fire that spread out of control. It has been extremely dry and windy for the last several weeks, and southern Africa desperately needs more rain.

  • Saturday, November 14

    Pray for Steve Lehman as he performs a Safety/Quality audit in Mozambique, and for Warren Veal as he finishes up a Safety/Quality audit in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Praise God for MAF’s excellent culture of safety.

  • Sunday, November 15

    Please pray for MAF teachers for the 2016-2017 school year: one special ed teacher for east DRC; 2-3 teachers for Tarakan, Kalimantan, a senior high teacher for Oaxaca, Mexico; and a teacher for Central Asia. See Serve Overseas for more information.

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