14 Days of Prayer & Fasting

A time when Verve Community intentionally seeks God in prayer and believes for Him to move in powerful ways.

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January 28th @ 6pm

Worship Night

Join us for an all-campus worship night to celebrate all of the amazing things God will do through our time of prayer and fasting.

Daily @ 7am

Morning Zoom Prayer Gatherings

Start the day in prayer, weekday mornings from 7am – 7:30am on Zoom.

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Daily Prayer Focuses:

1/15 – Marriages and Families
1/16 – Verve Community Children & Verve Kids
1/17 – Verve Community Youth & Next Gen
1/18 – Weekend Experiences
1/19 Small Groups and Serve Crews
1/20 Discipleship and Development
1/21 Leadership and Outreach
1/22 – Creativity/Diversity within the Church
1/23 – Our Church Pastors, Staff and Leaders
1/24 – Clear Vision/Purpose
1/25 – God’s Provision (resources)
1/26 – Healing (physically and emotionally)
1/27 – Restoration (relationships and broken places)
1/28 – Salvations (reaching those far from God)

Why We Pray

Prayer is our first response. 

From the moment we give our lives to Jesus we are invited into the beauty of communicating with God, the very creator of all things in heaven and on earth. We can come to him in boldness lifting up our every word, need, and desire. Whether we find ourselves in the valley or rejoicing on the mountain top, God sees it all. Prayer is not our last resort, but our first response. There is nothing too grand or too insignificant to God. If you’re worried, pray. If you’re weary, pray. If you’re wondering, pray. If you’re waiting, pray. Seasons of life may change, but God always remains the same.

Habakkuk 2:1, “I will climb up to my watchtower and stand at my guard post. There I will wait to see what the Lord says ad how he will answer…”

Why we fast

Prayer is our first response. 

“Fasting helps us to express, to deepen, and to confirm the resolution that we are ready to sacrifice anything, even ourselves, to attain the Kingdom of God.” — Andrew Murray

Fasting is the act of choosing to abstain from food for a period of time. When we fast, we are practicing spiritual discipline by sacrificing one of our most essential daily routines. There is power in the absence of food as we hunger after the word and seek God with our mind, heart, body and spirit. There are several different ways that we can partner both prayer and fasting together. 

LIQUID FAST: Consuming only liquids for a specific period of time.
PARTIAL FAST: Abstaining from specific kinds of food. For example Daniel Fast
TV/SOCIAL MEDIA: Choosing to abstain from certain technologies for a specific period of time.