Start the year in prayer.
January 6-26, 2020
In the Bible, we read that prayer and fasting combined are powerful tools. We pray expectantly because we expect great things from God, and we fast because we rely on God’s faithfulness and provision. Over the course of 21 days, we as one church will commit to a season of prayer and fasting, allowing God to move in us and through us in ways we never would have imagined. If you’re ready to take your faith to a new level, join us as we pray and fast together and begin the new year in the presence of God.
If you’d like to learn more about fasting, click here.
When it comes to daily prayer, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to begin. That’s why we’ve created this Prayer Worksheet to serve as a guide for you as you work towards making prayer a daily discipline. Download this document below and fill in the blanks with prayer requests for yourself and your ONE.
BIBLE READING PLAN
21 Days of Prayer & Fasting is a time where we intentionally seek God every day in prayer as we believe for Him to move in powerful ways. Together, we’ll be following a 21-day Bible reading plan in the YouVersion app called “Awakening” by Stovall Weems. If you don’t already have the mobile app, you can download it and start the reading plan on January 6.
Each morning during the 21 days, we will be hosting a Facebook Live video on NLC’s Facebook page, where we will take a look at that day’s reading plan and focus on specific prayer requests. Join us each morning during the 21 days at 7AM on our Next Level Church Facebook page. Come prepared to interact and ask questions!
HOUR OF PRAYER
Sunday January 26 at 5:00PM
To end our 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting, each location will commit to an hour of prayer. Whether your location is gathering together in person, online, or praying on your own, let’s finish our time of prayer and fasting strong, reflecting on what we learned and anticipating all that God will do in 2020!
Click on your location below to find out the details of your Hour of Prayer event.
If you’re interested in learning more about fasting and prayer, you can find additional resources below.