Fasting & Prayer Focus

As part of our Fall 2020 Rule of Life, we desire to train our bodies in self-control and dependence upon God through fasting. Below, you’ll find guidance on how we can collectively fast and pray together as a church each Wednesday.

02.24.21 | More of His Presence

Based on the words of Barnabas and Paul to the crowd in Lystra, from today’s BREAD reading, we will focus...

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02.17.21 | Interceding

Today’s BREAD reading from Acts 9 begins with the story of Saul’s conversion. Take some time to re-read Acts 9:1-22....

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02.10.21 | No Need Among Us

Last May, we created a church-wide initiative called No Need Among Us. This initiative was based out of a passage from today’s...

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02.03.21 | Confession & Forgiveness

In Luke 23, our BREAD reading for today, Luke describes the death of Jesus, which has brought us the forgiveness...

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01.27.21 | Justice & Renewal

In Luke 18, the author introduces a parable: “Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray...

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01.20.21 | Your Kingdom Come

In Monday’s BREAD reading from Luke 11, Jesus’ disciples approach him asking, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1). So Jesus teaches them...

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01.13.21 | Hunger & Healing

In today’s BREAD reading from Luke 8:43-48, the author gives an account of a woman being healed. Not unlike this...

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01.06.21 | Repent & Bear Fruit

In today’s BREAD reading from Luke 3:8, as John is baptizing people, he says the following words to the crowd...

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12.30.20 | Looking Back, Looking Forward

“Look, I am coming soon!” (Revelation 22:12) As the year comes to a close, we are reminded in our BREAD reading that...

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12.23.20 | His Righteous Acts

“All nations will come and worship before you, for your righteous acts have been revealed.” (Revelation 15:4b) Scripture says that...

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