The Isaiah 62 Global Fast for Israel

The Isaiah 62 Global Fast for Israel

We invite you to join with us and believers around to globe to engage in a global prayer initiative spearheaded by Mike Bickle, Lou Engle, Jason Hubbard, and others. The Isaiah 62 Fast is a call to 21 Days of prayer and fasting for the fulfillment of God’s salvation promises for Jerusalem and Israel (May 7-28).

More than 1 million believers have already committed to unite in prayer and fasting for the following goals:

  1. To pray for God’s salvation purposes for Israel
  2. For the unfolding of God’s purposes for Israel and the Jews as revealed in Scripture
  3. To pray that the body of Christ would have a biblical view of Israel and its unique role in the earth.

I believe the Isaiah 62 global fast is strategic. This historic fast will culminate on the first global prayer day entirely focused on Israel with over 100 million intercessors will be praying for Israel on Pentecost Sunday, May 28th.

For more details on how to join in this significant season of prayer and fasting, click here to visit You are invited to engage with us locally in prayer on Tuesdays at the LightHouse from 8:30-9:30 am and on Thursdays at the Franklin Prayer House from 9 am to 11 am.

But if their [Israel’s] transgression means riches for the world, and their loss means riches for the Gentiles, how much greater riches will their full inclusion bring! …For if their rejection brought reconciliation to the world, what will their acceptance be but life from the dead? (Romans 11:12,15).

Blessing New Israeli Immigrants

Just last month, we partnered with a local ministry in Ashdod to provide heaters, blankets, bedding, and other basic necessities to new Israeli immigrants! It was wonderful to be with the new immigrants as they received some of their gifts and heard about why we love Israel. The Israeli government can only do so much for these new immigrants and many struggle greatly as they transition. Many arrive not even knowing Hebrew and attempt to integrate into the new culture with their families and young children. We love our partnership with a local congregation in Ashdod that allows us to bless Israel in this way. It is an honor to do what we can to make the new immigrants’ transition a little bit easier, develop relationships with them, and share the heart behind why we do all that we do.