21 Days of PRAYER & FASTING

JANUARY 5TH – JANUARY 25TH

Pray Daily, Choose a Fasting Plan, Receive Daily Emails, and Pray With Us In Person If You Can.

We encourage our church family to take part in 21 Days of Fasting and Prayer. We all join our faith and believe God for significant things for our lives, our church and the world.

Meet Together & Pray In-Person in Worship Area:

Join us as we intentionally seek God together in prayer and believe for Him to move in powerful ways.

  • Weekdays 6am to 7am
  • Saturdays 9am to 10am
  • Sunday Services 9am & 11am

Grand Finale Service

We get to celebrate the incredible things that God has done during our 21 Days of Fasting and Prayer and we will believe together that He will do more than we can ask or imagine in 2023!

  • Wednesday Jan 25th at our Deeper Service 7pm
woman praying

Fasting and prayer create space for God to speak to us and move in powerful ways as we intentionally seek Him! We see spiritual results when we replace the time we spend in a certain area of life with time with God.

We take part in fasting as a spiritual next step to draw us nearer to God and bring clarity and understanding into our life. Fasting creates a spiritual hunger and it helps us submit our flesh to God and experience more of His presence. If we don’t fast alongside prayer and Bible study, fasting is just a diet. 

As you prepare for focused prayer time, here are some helpful tips and resources to help keep your prayers active during the 21 days: 

  • Choose times when you are most mentally alert  
  • Use different body postures during prayer such as lifting your hands, kneeling or walking 
  • Pray out loud to keep your mind focused

Start Praying Biblical Models of Prayer

It’s our hope that your prayer life becomes more natural, effective, and enjoyable.

  • Follow along with self-guided plans
  • Explore guided audio plans
  • Create a personalized prayer list
  • Listen to worship music

Four Ways of Fasting

Complete Fast

In this type of fast, you drink only liquids, typically water with light juices as an option.

Partial Fast

This fast was common for the Hebrew people and involves abstaining from eating any type of food during a certain time of day, from sunup to sundown or choosing to eat only once a day. One type of partial fasting is intermittent fasting where you choose an eating window every day and fast for 14-16 hours.

Selective Fast

This type of fast involves removing certain foods or drinks from your diet. An example of a selective fast is the Daniel Fast, during which you remove meat, dairy, eggs, sweets and bread from your diet and consume water and juice for fluids and fruits, vegetables, nuts and whole grains for food.

Soul Fast

This fast removes indulgences and luxuries from your life outside of food, such as social media or television. It’s a good option if you have health issues that prevent you from fasting food or if you wish to refocus certain areas of your life that are out of balance.