Join Our 21-Day Consecration Journey!

Get ready for a transformative experience as we embark on a 21-day consecration journey, a dedicated time of spiritual renewal and growth.

This unique journey is divided into three powerful phases:

First 7 Days - Daniel Fast: Enter into a time of intentional and disciplined eating. Following the example of Daniel, we will focus on a diet of vegetables and water, aligning our bodies and spirits with God's divine purpose.

Next 7 Days - Absolute Fast: (6:00am - 3:00pm) Immerse yourself in a period of complete fasting, where we disconnect from the ordinary to connect with the extraordinary. Experience the profound impact of relying solely on the power of the Spirit.

Final 7 Days - Daniel Fast: Return to a time of intentional and disciplined eating, continuing to align our bodies and spirits with God's divine purpose.

What to Expect:

  • Daily Scripture Readings: Immerse yourself in the Word of God as we journey together through daily readings that inspire and guide us during this consecration.
  • Faith Confessions: Speak life into your circumstances with daily faith confessions. Affirmations that align with God's promises to empower and uplift you.

When: January 3rd - 23rd

How to Participate:

  1. Follow the instructions in our Consecration Guide/Scriptures: [You can receive the guide by completing the form below and it will be emailed to you.]
  2. Join Daily Virtual/Weekly Gatherings: Connect with us on YLM Corporate Prayer Line [Call in: (716)427-1096; Access Code: 172268#] at [5:30 AM EST Daily] for prayer, reflection, and encouragement. Also on Facebook/Youtube Channels for our Spread the Bread Bible Encounter on Wednesdays at 7:30pm for our Prayer Series.
  3. Share Your Journey: Use the hashtag #21DaysConsecration to share your experiences, testimonies, and support within our community.

Fasting safely and appropriately is one of the ways the Bible encourages believers to connect with and grow closer to God. It increases dependence on the power of the Spirit, and proves that man does not live on bread alone.

The Daniel fast is a partial fast, meaning it does not require the individual to give up all food for a period of time, though some people will abstain from eating before dinner. It is very strict about what foods can be consumed. The Bible does not go into great detail about what specifically he ate, though it does say Daniel and his friends consumed vegetables and water. The Daniel fast is built around this knowledge, an understanding of Levitical law, and clean foods.

Let's come together in unity, seeking God's presence and guidance during this intentional period of consecration. We look forward to growing stronger in faith and drawing closer to Him.