We continue to request Christians worldwide to pray for these three men’s safety and swift release; and the release of the confiscated goods belonging to the orphanges in northern Mozambique.
A Mozambican judge has denied bail for Ryan, Eric, and Willem. Please continue to pray for them with renewed fervor that the Lord would strengthen them and give them peace.
The arranged call for Annabel, Ryan’s wife, did not go through on the 7th. A new time for February 16 has been set for her to call. Please pray for that call to go through.
MAF’s country director was able to meet with Ryan, who asked for several items to help keep bugs away and for some over-the-counter medications. Pray he can find the right solution to stop the itching.
The director also visited embassy officials for an update on their activity and they continue to remain engaged with government officials about the case.
Please pray that this lengthy investigation will be completed and for the men to remain strong during this time.
Willem has had some health issues of late and we ask that the our MAF family pray into this. Eric and Willem are a lot older than Ryan and their detainment has taken it’s toll on their peace of mind. Please pray that the stress they are experiencing is lifted and replaced with the perfect peace of our Father.
Our final prayer request is for the partnering orphanges who have had their supplies confiscated. These supplies are crucial to sustainablility projects helping thousands of widows and orphans year round.
Specific prayer requests sent in by Annabel:
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A short video message from Ryan’s wife, Annabel, below:
If you missed the original blog release on Ryan’s detainment, click here to re-cap: Missionary Pilot Ryan Koher imprisoned, Mozambique.