Pursuit Week

Beginning Sunday, January 6th, we will come together for 6 nights of prayer and worship, ending with a final prayer and worship night on Friday, January 11th.


Sunday, January 5th at 6:00 p.m.

Monday, January 6th at 7:00 p.m

Tuesday, January 7th at 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 8th at 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, January 9th at 7:00 p.m.

Friday, January 10th at 7:00 p.m.


We recommend that you always consult your physician prior to beginning any type of fast. If you are poor in health or have concerns about your physical ability to fast, we especially urge you to consult a physician before beginning your fast. There are different types of fasts recommended on these pages. Your doctor can provide advice on how you can participate in this First Fruits Fast in a way that is healthy for you.


Simply stated, biblical fasting is refraining from food for a spiritual purpose.
According to the Bible, there are three duties of every Christian: give, pray and fast.
Biblical fasting takes a lot of discipline and strength—strength which you can only receive from God. Your private discipline will bring you rewards in Heaven,
says Matthew 6.
When you give God your first through fasting, prayer and giving at the beginning of the year, you set the course for the entire year.


How to Begin
Start with a clear goal. Be specific. Why are you fasting? Do you need direction, healing, restoration of marriage or family issues? Are you facing financial difficulties? Ask the Holy Spirit for guidance. Pray daily and read the Bible.


Types of Fasts:
There are several types of fasting. Choosing one is between you and God. He will honor your best sacrifice. Remember to replace that time you would be partaking in a meal with prayer and Bible study.


Full Fast
Drink only liquids (traditionally only water)


The Daniel Fast
Eat no meat, no sweets, and no bread. Drink water and juice. Eat fruits and vegetables.


Partial Fast
A partial fast is from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm or from sunup to sundown. You can select from three types of fasting —a Full Fast, Daniel Fast or give up at least one item of food. 


Scripture References for Fasting:
Matthew 6:16-18, Matthew 9:14-15, Luke 18:9-14


Relation to Prayer and Reading of the Word:
1 Samuel 1:6-8, 17-18, Nehemiah 1:4, Daniel 9:3, 20, Joel 2:12, Luke 2:37, Acts 10:30, Acts 13:2


Corporate Fasting:
1 Samuel 7:5-6, Ezra 8:21-23, Nehemiah 9:1-3, Joel 2:15-16, Jonah 3:5-10, Acts 27:33-37


Remember that it is the attitude of a heart sincerely seeking Him to which God responds with a blessing (Isaiah 58, Jeremiah 14:12, 1 Corinthians 8:8).


How to End
Don’t overeat when the time comes to end your fast. Begin eating solid food gradually; eat small portions or snacks.

Sunday, January 5, 2020 - 6:00pm
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Georgetown Campus
601 Westinghouse Rd
78626 Georgetown , TX

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