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In January we begin an important conversation about our 2022 vision for the next missional season of connecting people to Jesus and one another at Elevate Church. Where do we start? With 21 days of praying together! Patterned on the New Testament Church in the book of Acts, we will lay a foundation of prayer before moving forward. We will pray for ourselves, our church family, our leadership, and the forward vision and impact of Elevate Church. We will praise God for who He is, thank Jesus for what He has done, and prophetically declare his will over our lives. Our goal is to learn how to pray and fast according to the word.

One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. When he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.” He said to them, “When you pray, say: “‘Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come." LUKE 11:1-2


Collective Prayer Opportunities 

(Elevate Church Auditorium)

January 10-13 Monday- Thursday 12-1pm

January 17-20 Monday- Thursday 6:30-7am

January 24-28 Monday- Friday 7-8pm  (Childcare provided for Birth-Kinder)

  • Monday Focus: Family (Men will lead)

  • Tuesday Focus: Enlarging Our Hearts For God

  • Wednesday Focus: NexGen (Students and Kids will lead) 

  • Thursday Focus: Lost Family, Friends, Community

  • Friday Focus:  Worship Night + Praying For Miracles

January 30 Sunday Celebration!

  • Prayer on the New Property 

  • Food Truck Available and Smores following the 11AM Service

January 10-16:

(Prayer For My Relationship With God)

  • Jan 10  Prayer Changes Me (Psalms 139:23-24, Ezekiel 36:26)

  • Jan 11  Prayer Begins With Surrender (Daniel 9:3)

  • Jan 12  Prayer Is My First Response Not My Last Resort (Matthew 6:33)

  • Jan 13  Prayer Connects Me To God’s Heart (John 15:7-8)

  • Jan 14  Prayer Is Listening for His Voice and Resting In Him (Matthew 11:28-29)

  • Jan 15  Prayer Is Declaring God’s Word Over My Life (Ezekiel 37:4-7)

  • Jan 16  Prayer Is Aligning Myself With God’s Will (Romans 12:1-2)


January 17-23: 

Prayer For My Church

  • Jan 17  Prayer For Jesus To Build His Church (Matthew 16:18)

  • Jan 18  Prayer For Sunday Gatherings (Psalm 100:2-4)

  • Jan 19  Prayer For My Pastors and Leaders (Ephesians 6:10-18)

  • Jan 20  Prayer For The Dream Team (Volunteers) and Connect Groups (John 17:20-23)

  • Jan 21  Prayer For The Spirit To Empower Us (Acts 1:8)

  • Jan 22  Prayer For The Strength Of Families—Marriages, Parents, Kids (Joshua 24:15)

  • Jan 23  Prayer For The Forward Vision and Future of Elevate Church (Acts 2:42-47)


January 24-30:

Prayer For My Sphere of Influence and Community

  • Jan 24  Prayer For Kingdom Expansion (Matthew 6:9-10)

  • Jan 25  Prayer For Boldness In My Witness (Ephesians 6:19)

  • Jan 26  Prayer To Reach The Next Generation and School Campuses (Psalm 78:4-6)

  • Jan 27  Prayer For Our Communities and Neighborhoods (Matthew 28:19-20)

  • Jan 28  Prayer For Unreached Friends and Family To Know Christ (Luke 14:23)

  • Jan 29  Prayer For Revival In Our Nation, State, and City (2 Chronicles 7:14)

  • Jan 30  Celebration That God Hears and Answers Our Prayers (1 John 5:14-15)



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The exercise of spiritual warfare: What is it? Do you need special training? Do we need to confront evil or does God do that for us? How do we relate as believers to Satan and demons? In The Beginner's Guide to Spiritual Warfare, Neil Anderson and Timothy Warner provide an overview of the battle between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness, which affects every one of us. First, we need to know who we are in Christ. And to help apply the victory Christ won over the enemy, the book gives basic practical instruction for obtaining ongoing victory in daily life. Topics covered include: having a biblical worldview, knowing which God I serve, giving up my reluctance to be a warrior, and becoming fit for battle. Here's how to have confidence in God that the battle has already been won, and know how to stand firm in your faith.



A New Approach to Faith, Fasting, and Spiritual Freedom


Awakening helps you stir up your slumbering soul.  You’ll discover how to break out of your season of dryness or get off to a great start either in the New Year or the next season in life. Take your faith-walk from a “going through the motions” or “have to” mindset to the stimulating, fresh “want to” experience enjoying God’s presence—24/7. 



Developing the Disciplines of a Sincere Faith


Has complacency crept into your life?

It doesn’t just happen overnight. Drifting into complacency is a long, drawn-out journey away from God’s will for your life and toward a two-faced existence. How do you know when your inner self-has deteriorated when you've become an expert at presenting a faithful-looking facade? Hold up the mirror of God's Word and take a good look. 


Article by Bill Bright


Fasting is the most powerful spiritual discipline of all the Christian disciplines. Through fasting and prayer, the Holy Spirit can transform your life.



Article by Bill Bright


I believe the power of fasting as it relates to prayer is the spiritual atomic bomb that our Lord has given us to destroy the strongholds of evil and usher in a great revival and spiritual harvest around the world.




Here are some of the top 11 questions asked about fasting. 

(This is a digital document that can be downloaded directly to your device.)