“Being a teacher with MAF is so much more than a day job,” says Steve Bilimek, who serves at MAF’s Peningki Hill School in Tarakan. “It has been a tremendous blessing to not just be a teacher to these kids, but to be their uncle, coach, teammate, mentor, and friend. We get to do life […]
The eyes of the Lord watch over those who do right, and His ears are open to their prayers.
— 1 Peter 3:16a (NLT)
Priorities for Prayer
Monday, March 14
Praise God for His watchful care over us and that He listens to our prayers. May we be obedient and walk in His paths of righteousness today.
Tuesday, March 15
There it was in bright red letters across my forehead…FAILURE. It was written in the same bright red ink that the teachers use each day to correct my attempts at writing in my new language.
Of course, no one else could see the letters written there, but I felt the weight of them on me each […]
It’s a sultry day in the tropics, and in the shadow of Mount Cyclops, palm trees wave over a collection of buildings perched on a hill. Inside one of the buildings, teenagers are transported away from their equatorial surroundings to 19th century London, where they follow the adventures of a young man named Pip as […]
A small group of teachers are seated single file onboard an MAF KODIAK airplane. They peer through the windows down to the tiny village where they will be launching a new curriculum to kids ages five to nine—the ones who aren’t served by a primary school because they live too far off the beaten path […]
As an information technology (IT) specialist with MAF, I’m part of one of the organization’s most cryptic ministries. Many people easily understand the role MAF airplanes play on the mission field––bringing workers and supplies across jungles, rivers, mountains, and deserts while saving days of ground travel time––yet few people seem aware of our IT work. […]