Over the next six weeks, we are calling our church to set aside one day a week to pray and fast together. The suggested time is Sunday dinner to Monday dinner, however please do whatever works best with your schedule. This discipline reminds us just how dependent we are on God. May it also unite us in praying with one heart for each other, our communities, and the advancement of God's kingdom.
Acknowledging our need for God in everything.
Trusting that God is bigger than our circumstances.
Moving toward others with hope.
Growing as we are known and know others.
Interceding for those who lead us.
Obeying as we navigate uncertainty.
The Resource Library has several sermons, articles, stories, and clips on the topic of prayer. To explore some of these resources, click below!More On Prayer
10 Biblical Purposes for FastingDOWNLOAD
Ezer Equipped Spiritual HungerFasting Newsletter
Revive Our HeartsPodcast
From Feasting to FastingVIDEO
Outreach Prayer RequestsDOWNLOAD
The Praying Life by Paul MillerBook
A Call to Spiritual Reformation by D.A. CarsonBook
Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald WhitneyBook
Grace Church Kids Prayer JournalDownload
Ezer Equipped SatisfiedArticle
IF FASTING FROM FOOD IS HARMFUL
If you struggle with an eating disorder, severe calorie restricting, or other health complications, fasting from food may be harmful to you physically or mentally. If this is the case, please work with a pastor or counselor to consider alternatives to fasting from food.The key is to fast from something that is meaningful to you—that gives you life—so that you will feel a strong emptiness prompting you to turn to God for life and sustenance.
Mondays at the following times, Excluding Labor Day