Join us in a church wide fast as we pray for our church, our ministries, our community,
and our fellow Christians.
There are many ways to fast. Fasting is giving up something. So pick something to give up for 21 days.
Some members are participating in a Daniel fast.
Here are the guidelines for that:

  • No Meat
  • No Dairy
  • No sweetener
  • No breads
  • No processed foods or additives
  • No caffeine

Allowed Foods:

  • Water
  • Fruit (canned, frozen, or fresh just check the ingredients)
  • Vegetables (canned, frozen, or fresh just check the ingredients)
  • Whole grains

How to Conclude Your Daniel Fast

Just as you prepared to start your Daniel Fast, you will want to plan for the conclusion of your fast.

Changing the way you eat: Your physical body has enjoyed healthy and easily digestible foods. Most people realize increased energy and better health during their fast.

Reintroduce caffeine, sugar, dairy products, deep fried foods and meat slowly to keep your body from rebelling and bring you discomfort. Small portions are better and adding no more than one type of food each day will give your body a chance to get used to the change.

Keep the gems of the fast: Most likely, you have gained many powerful lessons about your health and spiritual life. Carry these positive changes into your everyday life. If you have created a habit of meeting with the Lord each morning, then continue that practice.

If you have gained understanding about healthy eating habits or broken addictions to specific foods, then continue with those good practices.

Let the lessons you learned during your Daniel Fast continue to bring more health to your body, soul and spirit all year long.