21 Day Fast Begins by Pastor Debbie Kitterman
January 6, 2019 – January 27, 2019
Since Pastor John and I have stepped into pastoral leadership here at Restoration Church, we have purposed to give God the first fruits of our year during a 21-day fast. This is a wonderful opportunity for the congregation to come together with one heart and one mind as we seek God for direction in our own lives and in the life of our church. We invite you to join us for the next 21 days, as we take time to fast, pray, and seek God for His plans for us.
This year as we begin the fast, here are a few things you can do to prepare and what you expect:
- Daily Encouragement Blogs
- Those on our church email list will receive a daily encouraging blog post delivered straight to your inbox. If you are not on our list, please sign up today on our website.
- Encouragement blogs posted to Facebook.
- Decide what you will be fasting
- See more details below
- Decide what you are fasting for
- Breakthrough, Salvations, Victory, Health, etc.
- Write out:
- What you are fasting
- Why you are fasting
- What you are believing God to do this year
Details on Fasting:
The new year is here and what better way to start the year than to dedicate time to God and seek His way for our lives! Join us starting Sunday, January 6 for a 21-day fast where we pursue God for all that is to come this next year! You can choose how you would like to participate! Possible ways include the following:
- Fasting one meal a day
- Fasting a certain activity, such as television, Facebook, etc.
- Fasting a certain type of food, such as sugar, meats, etc.
- Eating only certain foods, such as vegetables (an example is a Daniel Fast)
We are excited for what is in store for the future and glad as you join us to hear what God has to say.
The fast will end on Sunday January 27th with our annual Congregational Meeting and Potluck where we will all break the fast together.
If you need a better understanding of What Fasting is, or what you should be fasting, please check out this blog post: What is a Fast?