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21 Days of Prayer + Fasting

Last year presented many obstacles that seemed insurmountable. As we prepare for 2022, we remember Ephesians 6:12 that, “…we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places”.

We believe that 2022 is the year of FAVOR for our church and for every person that calls it home. We are preparing for this year by arming ourselves with spiritual weapons through the discipline of prayer and fasting.


Fasting is the biblical discipline of surrendering something in your life (food, social media, etc.) and focusing on the presence of God.

According to the Bible, there are three duties of every Christian: give, pray and fast.
Biblical fasting takes a lot of discipline and strength—strength which you can only receive from God. Your private discipline will bring you rewards in Heaven, says Matthew 6. When you give God your first through fasting, prayer and giving at the beginning of the year, you set the course for the entire year.

Why Should I Fast?

Are you in need of healing or a miracle?
Do you need the tender touch of God in your life?
Is there a dream inside you that only He can make possible?
Are you in need of a fresh encounter?
Do you desire a deeper, more intimate, and powerful relationship with the Lord?
Are you ready to have heightened sensitivity to the desires of God?
Do you need to break away from bondages that have been holding you hostage?
Is there a friend or loved one that needs Salvation?
Do you desire to know God’s will for your life?

21 Day Reading Plan

Read the Gospels in 21 Days

Kick the year off the right way by spending the first few minutes of the day getting to know Jesus better through reading his word.

This reading plan takes you through the Gospels to give you a comprehensive look in to the life of Jesus.

  •   Day 1: Matthew 1-6
  •   Day 2: Matthew 7-11
  •   Day 3: Matthew 12-15
  •   Day 4: Matthew 16-21
  •   Day 5: Matthew 22-25
  •   Day 6: Matthew 26-28
  •   Day 7: Mark 1-5
  •   Day 8: Mark 6-9
  •   Day 9: Mark 10-13
  •   Day 10: Mark 14-16, Luke 1
  •   Day 11: Luke 2-5
  •   Day 12: Luke 6-8
  •   Day 13: Luke 9-11
  •   Day 14: Luke 12-16
  •   Day 15: Luke 17-21
  •   Day 16: Luke 22-24
  •   Day 17: John 1-4
  •   Day 18: John 5:1-7:39
  •   Day 19: John 7:40-11:57
  •   Day 20: John 12-16
  •   Day 21: John 17-21
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