THANK YOU FOR PRAYING
FOR THE WORK OF MAF

This section is updated weekly with new prayer items from our field workers.

VINCENT, Fiona

Remote Accountant (Small Programmes). NZ based. 

This month finance staff begin 2023 budget preparations. Please pray for Senior Management teams as they make decisions as to where funds should be appropriated and which projects to undertake. May we be wise stewards of what the Lord has entrusted to us and sensitive to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Monday

WATSON, Jonny & Glenys

Katie, Alana, Danielle and Lucy. Pilot, PNG.

Please pray that God will continue to be close to our family as we serve Him here in PNG. Pray for safety for Glenys as she flies and that our family will be a light to those around us. 

Tuesday

MAF INTERNATIONAL.

Continue to pray for peace in Myanmar and for the thousands of people displaced as a result of the conflict.

Wednesday

NICHOLLS, Kevin & Angela

Regional Quality Manager, NZ based. 

Praise that at the last outreach course someone came to Christ and is now being mentored, and their children are showing interest as well! Kevin has completed  a large online Quality and Safety course using new software. Pray it will help promote safe operations.

Thursday

HARDING, Bill & Angela

International Development Director, NZ based. 

Bill is in Singapore and the Philippines for meetings and presentations this month. Pray for good health and energy for him. Pray also that MAF InternationaI’s CEO, Dave Fyock’s visit to both countries goes smoothly. He has a packed schedule!

Friday

MACRAE, Leigh & Inneke

Cameron, Levi, Mikaela. Residential House Managers, PNG. 

Please pray for us to settle into our new role as hostel/boarding house parents in Ukurumpa. Pray we make good connections with the kids we will be looking after and the community there. Help our kids to settle with yet another transition. 

Saturday

MAF INTERNATIONAL

Praise God for the short-term pilots who rotate into the Tanzania programme regularly. Thank God for their willingness to be flexible and serve in this way. Please pray for their continued safety. 

Sunday

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Renee Brewer

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Leigh & Inneke MacRae

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Phil & Tania Sproul

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Andrew Pound

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