GLOBAL ROTATIONAL PRAYER & FASTING
HOW IT WORKS
Church and Prayer Ministry Leaders from at least 31 nations commit to pray
and fast every month on the same calendar day for one year starting January 1,
2021 and ending December 31, 2021 (For example: A group of churches, prayer
ministries or intercessory prayer teams from one country decide they want to
pray each month on the fifth. They would then pray on the 5th day of every month for 2021.)
Each nation participating in the Rotational Fast will be asked to identify those such as pastors, ministry leaders or prayer leaders to serve as National Prayer Coordinators for their country.
The role of a National Prayer Coordinator is as follows:
- Selecting an agreed upon calendar day during which to pray and fast, on that same calendar day, for one year starting January 1, 2021
- Coordinating a team to pray and fast on the same calendar day each month for one year starting January 1, 2021 (meaning that members of the prayer team will be committing to fast and pray for a total of 12 days in 2021)
- The National Prayer Teams can be formed by members from local churches, prayer ministries, houses of worship, intercessors and prayer warriors
- Coordinating Prayer Meetings and Fasting Schedules
- Those participating nations are free to lead out in prayer in any manner as they feel led. Some churches may want to have members individually pray and fast for a 24-hour period during their chosen day, whereas others may choose to hold prayer meetings virtually or in-person, as their country may allow in adherence to possible COVID- 19 restrictions for in-person meetings. Still others may choose to have those committing to pray choose individual time slots to be covered from their homes or various locations.
- All who are committing to Pray and Fast are free to fast as they are led by God and in a medically safe manner. Some may feel led to participate in a 24-hour fast while others may be led to engage in a partial fast, skipping a meal, abstaining from certain types of foods, or a media fast. (It is advised that anyone fasting by changing their normal dietary practices seek their doctor’s approval before starting the fast.)