Do you not say, ‘There are still four months and then comes the harvest’? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields, for they are already white for harvest! John 4:35 KJV

It’s that time again for our church family and friends to come together as a corporate body globally as well as in your homes. As we enter a season of love, unity, and peace, I pray that our hearts are turned towards harvesting souls and the things we are praying for in our personal lives.

Pastor House


11-12 through 11-16

The time of fasting will commence when you go to bed Sunday night (Mon 12 am) Nov 12th and conclude Friday, Nov 16th at 4 pm. Fasting times are midnight to 4 pm every day. After 4 pm you should eat one normal meal daily. A snack before bed is allowed (before midnight)


The Daniel Fast (Partial) Monday, Wednesday and Friday

On Monday, Wednesday and Friday you should only have water, fruits, vegetables, and sugar-free juice. After 4 pm you may have a light meal and a snack before bed.

The Absolute Fast: Tuesday and Thursday

On Tuesday and Thursday, you should have nothing to eat or drink during fasting hours until 4 pm. After 4 pm you may have a light meal and a snack before bed.

Eat only one meal after 4:00 pm each day of fasting. Feel free to have a healthy snack with juice and water following your meal.

If you are on medication or under physician care, please consult with your doctor before starting any type of fast.


For those of you who are seasoned in fasting and prayer, you may want to do total fast two or more consecutive days, just exercise wisdom.

1) THE NORMAL FAST: Luke 4:2 (To abstain from eating)

2) THE ABSOLUTE FAST: Acts 9:9 (To abstain from eating & drinking)

3) THE PARTIAL FAST: Daniel 10:3 (To abstain from certain foods)

Benefits of Fasting

  • Develops humility
  • Strengthens the inner man
  • Looses the bands of wickedness
  • Releases heavy burdens and freedom from oppression
  • Manifestation of God’s power
  • Brings the church family into greater unity and growth
  • Opens the door for you to receive God’s anointing and fresh revelation
  • Increases faith
  • Gives you the power to gain victory over the sins of the flesh
  • Breaks addictions (food, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, gambling, etc.)


Prayer is an important part of your Spiritual growth. It is two-way communication with God. We can talk to the Lord any time and any place. In prayer, God reveals His plans and purpose for our lives. It is in prayer where we receive direction, spiritual warfare strategies, and wisdom.

Learning to pray begins by making the choice to be alone with God. You must set aside time each day to meet with Him. Find a place where you won’t be distracted or interrupted.
O God, thou are my God; early will I seek thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is; Psalm 63:1


During the week of O Give Thanks, each member of MFM should select 30 minutes that they will dedicate to prayer and quiet time in the home.

With all members participating, there will be many people praying every hour of the day for strength and development of individual families as well as the Body of Christ.


Personal Prayer: Taking your petitions and supplications before God.

Be careful with nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplications with thanksgiving let your requests be known unto God. Philippians 4:6

Intercessory: Praying on behalf of others as the Spirit of God leads.

Corporate: Praying together collectively as a church for the Body of Christ, the nation and its leaders, kingdom advancement.

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. II Chronicles 7:14


Together, we will lift our voices in prayer for the following:

Pastor & First Family, Church Family, The Body of Christ, Children/Youth

The Vision of MFM, Ministry Leaders, City, Country, Nation, Community

President & First Family, Government, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Mayor,

Peace, Freedom, Incarcerated, Sick, Bereaved, Missions, Armed Forces and Veterans

We are asking each family to adopt one or two other families to carry in prayer during this week of O’ Give Thanks. Pray that the Lord bless, keep and shine His face upon them, give them grace, keep His face before them, give them peace, that His name shall be theirs. (Numbers 6:24-27).


At home, work, or school do the following when appropriate:

  1. Read your Bible.
  2. Stay prayerful.
  3. Maintain a quiet, spiritual state of mind.
  4. Refrain from unnecessary talking.
  5. Encourage someone with words of love or kindness.
  6. Refrain from watching television, reading newspapers, and Internet activities, including social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, etc. (During the week of consecration, knowledge of world events can weigh you down).
  7. Plan in-the-home activities for the family.
  8. Read the Bible together, as well as interesting fun books.
  9. Play Bible games.
  10. Abstain from game consoles, internet gaming,  computer, and phone-based games.
  11. Develop a family hobby or individual hobbies.
  12. Write letters or notes to loved ones and friends.
  13. Enjoy the Word on audio and video recordings.
  14. Go to bed at a reasonable hour and get plenty of rest.

May God continue to bless your faithfulness to this Church. Your dedication, commitment, and love for God are the key to the success of this ministry. Without a true love for Him, we could not achieve the ultimate goal and purpose of God. Your individual blessings lie in your commitment to Jesus Christ, and our corporate blessings will be accomplished because we love Him and have made the choice to follow His will.