2021 PRAYER & FASTING
As the first of the year begins and last year fades away, we find ourselves in the doorway of a very exciting time. Can you believe its 2021? In an effort to prepare and ready our hearts to hear from God, Donna and I are calling Central Church to a time of Prayer & Fasting. For 21 days let us come together in a place of unity to seek the face of God. We are asking for everyone to make a pledge for an all in effort to God that He may increase our faith to believe in greater works than we have ever seen before. I hope that as each of us draw closer to God over the next few weeks, we will experience His Power, His Promise and His Presence in a greater, more supernatural way. Sincerely, Pastor Darrell & Donna Allen
Week 1: Date: January 2nd – 8th Fast: No bread or dairy products, including condiments with milk.
Week 2: Date: January 9th – 15th Fast: No caffeine, sugar, or sugar substitutes.
Week 3: Date: January 16th – 20th Fast: No meat, fish, or poultry.
Two Day Total Fast: Date: January 21st & 22nd Fast: Total fast (water and juice only)
Each Year we begin the year with 21 days of prayer and fasting. During this time we have a specific prayer focus that is meant to unify our hearts toward God. This year as we pray and fast, please be mindful of these things.
- Favor with our city and region
- For our nation and governmental leadership
- For the spiritual leadership of Central Church
- For the manifestation of the presence and power of God during our services
- For our new building project
- For healing and financial breakthrough for anyone who needs it within Central Church
First Fruits Offering Dates: January 17th & February 21st
Once again, Pastor is challenging us to prayerfully consider sowing a First Fruits Seed offering in the amount of $150. There will be two opportunities to sow this seed offering. The first will be January 17th and
the second will be February 21st.The principle of first fruits is very powerful. I have heard it said that any first thing given is never lost, and any first thing not given is always lost. In other words, what we give God, we don’t lose because God redeems it for us. But what we withhold from God, we will lose. Jesus echoed this principle when He said: “For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me will find it” Matthew 16:25 NIV.
On January 24th, we will have a high attendance Sunday. We encourage everyone to invite someone to come to church on this day. We are believing God to honor our time of prayer and fasting and pour out a special anointing here at Central Church. We are believing God to do great things!