21 Days of Prayer and Fasting: Daily Email Signup Link
This February 6-26, we are embarking on 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting together. If you’d like to receive daily emails of the content that will appear on our blog every day, sign up using the form below. (Scroll below the signup form to read more about this year’s 21 Days.)
Note: If you subscribed to our 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting in 2022, you are still signed up to receive daily emails. If you’re unsure, try to sign up using the form below. If you receive an error message that you are already subscribed, you are good to go and will receive your first email February 1. (If you don’t see an email on February 1, please check your spam folder.)
More about 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting…
In February, we will be in a sermon series that centers on the rich, abundant, generous nature of our God—Living in Generosity. As we engage in these conversations about who God is and how we can reflect him to the world, we want to take the opportunity to worship him daily through intentional prayer and fasting. We invite you to go on this 21-day journey with us from February 6-26. While the official start of the 21 days is February 6, we will start sharing blog posts in the preceding week to help us prepare for our time of prayer and fasting.
If you subscribed to Pathway’s 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting in 2022, you are signed up for this year’s daily emails automatically. If you try to sign up and receive an error message that you are already subscribed, no worries! You are good to go and will receive your first email on February 1. (If you don’t have an email in your inbox on February 1, please check your spam folder.)
If you sign up after February 1 and you’d like to read posts you may have missed, they are available on the Pathway blog, or you can subscribe using the form above to receive these as daily emails. And be sure to mark your calendars for a worship night on Friday, March 3 at 7pm. It will be a great way to wrap up our 21 Days!
We look forward to this opportunity to unite in prayer as a church, to experience less of the hurry and more of Christ and the full and abundant life he spoke of in John 10:10. Have a great week!