Join us this January for our week of prayer, fasting, and consecration. 2020 was certainly a challenging year. We are so grateful to still be here with you on mission to honor God by loving the people in this city to reach the nations in our world. What is powerful about this week is that we are doing it with our Every Nation family all across the globe. Let’s prepare for this year to come by fixing our eyes on God and learn more about how awesome He is. You can download a digital guide. This page will continue to be updated with information in regards to prayer calls and other moments that will be happening throughout the week. At the end of the week, we will have a Night of Prayer and Worship at 7:00 PM EST on January 15 on our normal live-streaming platform. To stay connected with what’s going on all week, click the icons below or text PRAYER to 513-817-0607.
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PRACTICAL GUIDE TO FASTING
Pray—Spend time reading the Bible before the fast. Ask the Holy Spirit for guidance in your prayers. On pages 7–9, write down your faith goals and specific prayer requests for your family, friends, church, and nation.
Commit—Pray about the kind of fast you will undertake and commit to it ahead of time. Record your plan on page 5. Ask God for grace to help you follow through with your decisions.
Act—Start eating smaller portions a few days before the fast. Avoid food high in sugar and fat. Plan to limit physical and social activities for the week of the fast. Ask someone to be your prayer partner throughout the fast and have that person sign page 7.
NOTE: Consult a physician, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking medication. If your situation does not allow you to do a full fast, determine what will work best for you.
Focus—Set aside time to work through the devotionals. Be ready to respond to God’s Word and the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Pray—Join at least one prayer meeting in your local church. Intercede for your family, church, pastors, nation, campuses, and missions throughout the week.
Replenish—During mealtime, read the Bible and pray instead. Drink plenty of water and rest as much as you can. Be ready for temporary bouts of physical weakness and mental annoyances like impatience and irritability.
Eat—Reintroduce solid food gradually. Your body will need time to adjust to a normal diet. Start with fruits, juices, and salad, then add more vegetables. Eat small portions throughout the day.
Pray—Don’t stop praying! Trust God’s faithfulness and timing. Carry your newfound passion for God throughout the year. Be in faith for God to answer your prayers.