21 days of prayer



We’ve made it a priority to seek God first in prayer and fasting twice a year. We encourage fasting as a spiritual next step that can bring clarity and revelation into your life. Fasting doesn’t have to be food. Some people fast TV, social media, or activities they enjoy. It’s not so much about what you fast; it’s about opening your heart as you make a sacrifice for a short time. We would love for you to be part of 21 Days of Change.

Resources for fasting


This handy reference guide, Seven Basic Steps to Successful Fasting and Prayer, will help make your time with the Lord more spiritually rewarding. I encourage you to keep it with you during your fast and refer to it often because it gives easy-to-follow suggestions on how to begin your fast, what to do while you fast, and how to end your fast properly.


The Bible speaks of a spiritual realm that takes prayer and fasting to conquer. Daniel knew it. Paul knew it. Jesus knew it. You must know it too. You have things in your life that will not come off with just a colossal prayer. You must fight through Fasting in addition to your prayers. In this message, learn how your physical action through fasting moves God’s hand in your favor.


Awakening helps you stir up your slumbering soul. You’ll discover how to break out of your season of dryness or get off to a great start either in the New Year or the next season in your life. Take your faith-walk from a “going through the motions” or “have to” mindset to the stimulating, fresh “want to” experience of enjoying God’s presence—24/7. Are you ready to experience an awakening?


Fasting is one of the most neglected spiritual practices. When I first undertook an extended fast, I had a difficult time finding information on the nature of a biblical fast, how to start, what to expect physically and spiritually and how to end a fast.

These pages are designed to answer your practical questions about fasting and ease any concerns you might have.