The Daniel Fast is an opportunity for you to draw closer to God through fervent, focused prayer. It involves a 21-day commitment to a partial fast, which means you restrict commonly enjoyed foods as an act of worship and consecration to the Lord. Participating in the Daniel Fast can result in many wonderful spiritual and physical benefits. 

If you’re wondering, “Where did the Daniel Fast originate?” That’s a great question. The Daniel Fast was first observed by the prophet Daniel in the Bible. On one occasion, Daniel was greatly concerned for his people and sought the Lord’s wisdom during a time of prayer and fasting. Daniel 10:2-3 says, “At that time I, Daniel, mourned for three weeks. I ate no choice food; no meat or wine touched my lips.” The meaning of “choice food” is not clear; however, most commentaries conclude that he ate no bread or sweets. 

The idea behind the Daniel Fast is not to duplicate Daniel’s menu but to imitate his spiritual hunger. Daniel’s passion for the Lord caused him to seek spiritual food rather than physical food, which should be the desire for anyone doing the Daniel Fast. 

Do you want to know God in a deeper way? Are you seeking Him for direction in your life? For healing? For breakthrough? Whatever you need, you can bring it to the Lord in prayer through the Daniel Fast and find wisdom, peace, and strength.

 If you are participating in this years 2019 fast, fill out the online prayer card below. This form is submitted directly to our Pastors so they can pray and believe for your breakthrough. Your personal information will not be shared with a third party but used only for prayer and intercession by our Pastors.


Delmar & Smyrna Campuses | Morning Prayer Monday-Thursday 6:00am Friday Night Revival  7:00pm 

Dulles Campus | Morning Prayer Monday - Friday 5:30am Saturday Night Revival 5:00pm

All Campuses Anointing Sunday (End of Fast) Sunday, January 27

Name *
Is this your first time fasting?
Which campus do you attend? *

The Daniel Fast Food List – This list of “foods to eat” and “foods to avoid” is not intended to push you into legalism. The focus of the Daniel Fast is not the food. Instead, it’s all about setting your eyes on the Lord and His Word, trusting Him to help you.


• All fruit – fresh, frozen, dried, juiced, or canned.

• All vegetables – fresh, frozen, dried, juiced, or canned.

• All whole grains – amaranth, barley, brown rice, oats, quinoa, millet, and whole wheat.

• All nuts & seeds – almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts, peanuts, pecans, pine nuts, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, and sunflower seeds; unsweetened almond milk. Nut butters are also included.

• All legumes – canned or dried; black beans, black eyed peas, garbanzo beans (chickpeas), great northern beans, kidney beans, lentils, pinto beans, and split peas.

• All quality oils – avocado, coconut, grape seed, olive, peanut, sesame, and walnut.

• Beverages– distilled water, filtered water, and spring water.

• Other – unsweetened almond milk, coconut milk, rice milk, or soy milk; herbs, spices, salt, pepper, unsweetened coconut flakes, seasonings, Bragg’s Liquid Aminos, soy products, and tofu.


• All meat & animal products – bacon, beef, buffalo, eggs, fish, lamb, poultry, and pork.

• All dairy products – butter, cheese, cream, milk, and yogurt.

• All sweeteners – agave nectar, artificial sweeteners, brown rice syrup, cane juice, honey, molasses, raw sugar, syrups, stevia, and sugar.

• All leavened bread & yeast – baked goods and Ezekiel bread (if it contains yeast and honey).

All refined & processed food products – artificial flavorings, chemicals, food additives, preservatives, white flour, and white rice.

•       All deep-fried foods – corn chips, french fries, and potato chips.

•       All solid fats – butter, lard, margarine, and shortening.

• Beverages – alcohol, carbonated drinks, coffee, energy drinks and tea.

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