We invite you to join us in a 21 day fast, feast, and fight this year.

Every place where the soles of your feet shall tread shall be yours.

Deuteronomy 11:24

Because of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ we now have spiritual authority. We take back stolen territory, fight for souls across the world, intercede for family, and nature the health of our bodies. This year, we are going to battle in the spiritual realm against anything that has come to take from these areas. How? We fast. 

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January 2nd- January 23rd


Biblical fasting is abstaining from physical food for spiritual purposes.

Biblical feasting is indulging on the Spirit of God in the Secret Place and Meeting Place.


Biblical fighting is exercising your priestly authority by bringing Heaven to earth.



Does it have to be food?

Biblical fasting is food. While fasting from social media, TV, etc. is great, we will embark on a food fast together.

Wait… no food for 21 days?

No, we reccomend picking a certain food/beverage item that means something to you. This is a partial fast.

How do I pick the food to obstain from? 

If the food item you pick means nothing to you, it will mean nothing to God. Pick something that will keep you reliant on His Spirit and constantly in prayer.

How do I “fight”?

We are so glad you are wondering. For the next four weeks we will be walking through 4 characters in the bible that fought for the kingdom of God. We will examine and extract how we now fight in spirit for the various wills of our lives.

How do I “feast”?

Fasting without feasting is just dieting. We sacrifice so that we can become more aligned with His presence. If you give up food but don’t feast on His presence, your fast is pointless. We give up something in the natural (Food), to receive revelation, insight, and encounters in the supernatural.

I’ve never fasted before. Why should I this time? 

In Matthew 6, Jesus said “when you fast..”, not “if you fast.” He is implying fasting is a regular preistly duty. Jesus himself fasted, and as a result He understands it’s difficulties. That being said he also understands it’s incredible benefits.