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We would love for you to join our All Church Fast from 6:45pm Sunday, January 21, through 7:45pm Tuesday January 23! This is an opportunity for us as a community to seek God with all our hearts. Each night of the fast (Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday) we will meet from 6:45-7:45pm to worship and pray together. We would love to have you join us!


During this 49 hour fast, we will meet together at the OneLife building to worship and pray together. The main worship sessions are Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights from 6:45-7:45pm. We are also providing additional opportunities to worship at 6:30am and 12:00pm on Monday and Tuesday.

Main Worship Sessions
Sunday 1/21 - 6:45-7:45pm
Monday 1/22 - 6:45-7:45pm
Tuesday 1/23 - 6:45-7:45pm

Additional LIFT Worship Sessions
Monday 1/22 - 6:30 - 7:30am
Monday 1/22 - 12:00-1:00pm
Tuesday 1/23 - 6:30 - 7:30am
Tuesday 1/23 - 12:00-1:00pm


Fasting is a practice intended to draw us near to God. Simply defined, It is abstaining from food for spiritual purposes. When asked about fasting in the New Testament, Jesus said,

Luke 5:34-35
"Can you make wedding guests fast while the bridegroom is with them? The days will come when the bridegroom is taken away from them, and then they will fast
in those days."

Jesus is the bridegroom, and while he was present with His disciples on earth, they did not fast. However, we now live in the days Jesus mentioned where He is not physically present with us, and therefore we fast. We fast because we long to be with the bridegroom. We don't want to settle for anything less. Abstaining from food for a set period of time is a declaration that Jesus alone satisfies and sustains our souls. Although He is not physically present with us, He is present to us in an even more powerful way through the Holy Spirit. Abstaining from food helps free us from distractions and feast on all that Jesus is for us.


Here are a few options to consider for how you might fast:

Water Only Fast
The water only fast means abstaining from all food and drink except water. It is the most strict fast we recommend. Some people may also choose to drink black coffee and/or tea.

Juice and/or Broth Fast
The juice and/or broth fast means abstaining from solid food (and shakes, smoothies, etc…) and only consuming liquids like water, juice, and broth. You may choose to limit how much juice/broth you drink to help train your body towards a water only fast.

Intermittent Fast
The intermittent fast means abstaining from food for extended times during the day, and then breaking the fast to eat a small meal. This is a great starting point if you’ve never fasted before and can help you grow towards a juice or water only fast in the future.

Technology Fast
Considering the amount of technology we use and media we consume each day, you may choose to fast from all or most technology usage (i.e. TV, internet, social media, etc…). It is a good idea to limit technology usage at some level during any type of fast. However, if you choose to fast from technology, we recommend also including some form of food and/or drink fast since this is the primary way Scripture instructs us to fast.


Growing as a follower of Jesus requires that we engage in specific practices to meaningfully connect with God. Jesus showed us a whole new way to live, and following Jesus means taking on His practices.h the Holy Spirit. Abstaining from food helps free us from distractions and feast on all that Jesus is for us. This page is designed to give you the resources to practice the way of Jesus and grow in your relationship with God:

“[Fasting] is a desperate measure, for desperate times, among those who know themselves desperate for God.”
- David Mathis