21 days of prayer + fasting begin January 4

We believe prayer should be our first response, and not our last resort.  Each year, we set aside the first 21 days as a church family to intentionally seek the will of God for the season through the practice of prayer and fasting. 21 days of prayer and fasting begins Monday, January 4 and culminates Sunday, January 24.

Prayer Gatherings

January 4, 11 + 18 • 6:30AM • Cocoa West

Each Monday morning during the 21 days, we will be holding short prayer gatherings at the Cocoa West location. Our aim is to set the tone of each week by spending time in worship and guided prayer as a church family.

Can't join us in person? We will be live streaming these events online at centrallife.live.

Praise Party

January 29 • 5:30PM • Cocoa West

You’re invited to join us for an incredible night featuring some special guests to make engaging and fun worship experiences for you and your kids.

Pre-Party will include Bizzle Bistro and Fourth Street Fillin’ Station food trucks for dinner, Kona Ice truck for dessert & outdoor games for the whole family to enjoy!

Registration is required to guarantee seats for you and your children for this event [150 adult seats are available]. If you're not able to join us in person, Praise Party will also be live-streamed to centrallife.live.

Personal Prayer Guide

21 Days of Prayer is a time where we intentionally seek God every day in prayer as we believe for Him to move in powerful ways. If you are preparing for an upcoming season of 21 Days of Prayer or you want to learn more about strengthening your personal prayer life, use these resources to help.

Submit a Prayer Request

Let us know how we can partner with you in prayer during this season.


At Central Life, we encourage fasting for 21 days each year in the month of January. This is part of 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting, a season of focused prayer as a church family. You may also choose to fast at other times during the year for your own spiritual development.

Fasting is choosing not to eat meals or certain types of food in order to disconnect from the physical. It’s not for purposes of self-punishment or from guilt but rather for the purpose of declaring our dependence on God.

Choosing the right fast based on your experience with the discipline is important. Those with special medical needs should consult a doctor before refraining from meals.

Types of Fasts

Complete Fast

In this type of fast, you drink only liquids, typically water with light juices as an option.

Partial Fast

This fast consists of fasting from 1 or 2 meals daily throughout the week.

Selective Fast

This fast involves choosing certain foods to refrain from (most commonly sweets, breads and meats).

Resources on Fasting

7 Basic Steps to Successful Fasting
and Prayer

Fasting for Spiritual

Guide to Fasting
and Prayer

Article by Bill Bright
Book by Elmer Towns
Article by Bill Bright

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