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Saturday, August 19

VACANCIES: We need a Chief Engineer for our Bangladesh and Chad lifelines. Pray God will send the people of His choice to help meet partners’ needs.

Friday, August 18

BANGLADESH: Imagine what it would be like if your entire life was swept away in one cataclysmic moment. This is the grim reality for millions in Bangladesh. Give thanks to God for the many organisations helping communities become more resilient by learning first aid and how to protect their water source in a cyclone.

Thursday, August 17

BANGLADESH: ‘There are a lot of challenges working here in Bangladesh,' writes Country Director Mark Blomberg. ‘Weather is an issue. We have fog in the winter and monsoon rains and thunderstorms during the summer months that we have to navigate.' Pray for safety for Mark and his passengers as he flies to remote areas this summer.

Wednesday, August 16

BANGLADESH: Martyred missionary Jim Elliot once wrote, ‘I have felt the impact of your prayer in these past weeks. I am certain now that nothing has had a more powerful influence on this life of mine than your prayers.’ Ponder this as you pray for Bangladesh.

Tuesday, August 15

BANGLADESH: Pray for MAF’s 100-plus partners in Bangladesh, and the expansion of their work, following the introduction of our northern shuttle service last year. Our amphibious plane makes a number of stops along the Jamuna River, enabling people in a further seven isolated areas to be reached.

Monday, August 14

BANGLASDESH: The city of Khulna, home of 1.5 million people, has no sewage system. Human waste is removed by hand by Bangladesh’s poorest slum dwellers, who are known as ‘sweepers’. Lift up the project funded by Bill and Melinda Gates to develop and implement waste management infrastructure and help the sweepers work more safely.

Sunday, August 13

MONGOLIA: Praise God for Pilot Roy Rissanen whose sacrificial service in Mongolia has enabled flying to continue. We thank God that he’s also happy to fly during the busy season when demand for our flights increases.

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