WHAT IS FASTING?
The dictionary definition of “fasting” is pretty simple: it means abstaining from food for a period of time.
There are some different types of fasting, though. Usually, fasting means you don’t eat any food, but you can still drink water. Sometimes it can mean abstaining from all food and water, as in Esther 4:16. Or, on the other end of the spectrum, it could mean giving up only certain types of food or drink, as in Daniel 10:3. Daniel abstained from the food he would have preferred—meat, wine, and “delicacies”—choosing to have only vegetables and water (Daniel 1:12)
As a church we will be abstaining from one meal a day and partaking in 2 full day fasts. Join us as we dive into God’s word and seek Him more intimately in preparation of the Easter season.