At Freedom Church, prayer is our foundation. During this pivotal time, our church will unite in prayer for 21 days virtually and in-person to prepare our hearts for all God has for Freedom Church this fall. We will help people know God. We will see people find freedom. We believe that others will discover their purpose. We will make a difference.

Join us for the First Saturday Prayer on August 1, 9 am at the Bel Air Campus.

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Through the next 21 Days, July 19 - August 8, Freedom Church will unite in praying together at 7 am and 7 pm. Prayers written by Freedom Church members. Prayers uniting our hearts. Prayers that will change our communities. 

Together, as Freedom Church, we will consistently seek God first, trusting in His power alone to create lasting impact in our lives, our church, and our world.


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Starting on Sunday, July 19, at 7 am and 7 pm, our church will unite for a prayer focus on Facebook or the Freedom Prayers Devotional.


Fasting is one of the least known disciplines in the church, but it is a practice mentioned both in the Old and New Testament of the Bible and by Jesus Himself, and it has incredible power for our lives today.

Fasting disconnects us from the world.

Fasting isn’t about punishing yourself because God wants you to suffer, rather it’s about intentionally disconnecting from distractions for a season so you can hear from God and experience the full life He has for you.

7 Basic Steps to Successful Prayer & Fasting


Your personal fast should present a level of challenge, but it is very important to know your body, your options, and most importantly, to seek God in prayer and follow what the Holy Spirit leads you to do.

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

This type of fast involves removing certain elements from your diet. One example of a selective fast is the Daniel Fast, during which you remove meat, sweets, and bread from your diet and consume water and juice for fluids and fruits and vegetables for food.

This fast is sometimes called the “Jewish Fast” and involves abstaining from eating any type of food in the morning and afternoon. This can either correlate to specific times of the day, such as 6:00 am to 3:00 pm, or from sunup to sundown.

This fast is a great option if you do not have much experience fasting food, have health issues that prevent you from fasting food, or if you wish to refocus certain areas of your life that are out of balance. For example, you might choose to stop using social media or watching television for the duration of the fast and then carefully bring that element back into your life in healthy doses at the conclusion of the fast.