21 Days of Prayer

and Fasting

How to PRAY:

Here are a few ways you can begin a powerful and personal daily prayer time with God:

1. PICK A TIME AND PLACE
2. LISTEN BEFORE YOU SPEAK
3. PRIORITIZE YOUR REQUESTS
4. ASK FOR ANYTHING
1. PICK A TIME AND PLACE

We can pray anytime, anywhere. We encourage you to pray spontaneously, but we don’t need to leave prayer up to spontaneity. Consistency is key in creating an effective prayer life. Pick a consistent time when you can be alone with God.

2. LISTEN BEFORE YOU SPEAK
3. PRIORITIZE YOUR REQUESTS
4. ASK FOR ANYTHING

WHAT IS FASTING?

Fasting is voluntarily going without something. Fasting is a spiritual discipline that usually includes the setting aside of certain foods, or all food. When we fast we voluntarily reduce or eliminate our intake of something for a specific time and purpose. Jesus invites His followers to fast. We fast because we desire to develop spiritual strength; gain wisdom and direction for our lives; find favor in a situation; encounter a breakthrough; or to overcome temptation as Christ did.

 

We are desperately hungry for more of Him. So take a step of faith, pray without ceasing, and watch God move in your life, our church, and the world around you!

FASTING IS DENYING THE NATURAL SO WE CAN TAP INTO THE SUPERNATURAL

 WEEK 1 - OUR CHURCH 

January 10 - His Presence
January 11 - Healthy Families
January 12 - Better Together
January 13 - Next Generation
January 14 - Authenticity
January 15 - Anointed Excellence
January 16 - Unity

 WEEK 2 - OUR LEADERS 

January 17 - Our Pastor
January 18 - Elders & Deacons
January 19 - Our Pastoral Staff
January 20 - Support Staff
January 21 - Leaders
January 22 - Volunteers
January 23 - Disciples

 WEEK 3 - OUR MISSION 

January 24 - This Valley for Jesus!
January 25 - Missional Living
January 26 - Salvation
January 27 - Marriages
January 28 - Generosity
January 29 - Spiritual Hunger
January 30 - Stepping into the Future