Sunday, June 27 – Friday, July 17
21 Days of Prayer is a season in which we are choosing to make seeking God through prayer and fasting a special focus. With everything happening in our world, we believe this season to be all the more pivotal as we look forward to our church beginning to gather in-person again. We encourage the whole church to pray and fast throughout these three weeks.
21 Days of Prayer and Fasting will take place all online from June 27 – July 17. Be sure to follow us on social media and use the resources provided on this page to stay connected with what God is doing in our church.
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Monday: Monday Prayer Video
Wednesday: Mid-Week Devo Wednesdays @ noon
The goal of fasting and prayer is to get closer to God. Biblical fasting always has to do with eliminating distractions for a spiritual purpose; it hits the reset button of our soul and renews us from the inside out. It enables us to celebrate the goodness and mercy of God, and prepares our hearts for all of the good things God desires to bring into our lives.
We encourage you to seek God in prayer and let your decisions about what to fast come from Him. We believe that praying and seeking God and giving Him our best at the first of the year sets the tone for the rest of 2020.
Types of Fasting
Drink only liquids. You establish the number of days.
Eat no meat, no sweets and no bread. Drink water and juice. Eat fruits and vegetables.
3 Day & Partial Fast
This can be a Full Fast, Daniel Fast, or give up at least one item of food. From 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or sun up to sundown). You can select from three types of fasting: Full Fast, Daniel Fast, or give up at least one item of food.
Maybe it’s television, video games, or spending too much time on internet social sites. It could mean putting your phone away for awhile or not seeing that new movie out. It will look different for everyone.
Prayer can take place anywhere. Folding the laundry, riding in your car, or even on a run. This playlist is great to not only worship along with, but help focus your heart in times of prayer.