Let’s come to the table. On your incredible journey, to make things real with Him, join us on a “FEASTING-FAST” that will fulfill your hunger in a life-changing way. We will move together and draw from each other’s support as we watch walls come tumbling down when we respond to God’s word in our day to day.

Feasting-Fast Coming this March 2025!

Oftentimes fasting gets a bad rap. And the feelings associated include thoughts like,

“No way. Too hard. I don’t have it in me.” That’s what we thought too.

We want to introduce to you over the season of Lent that we can feast on His Word and guarantee that our niblings, cravings, binges can be satisfied far more than those sugary treats or salty chips.

Your Hosts: Sr. Anna and Sr. Monique

Praise the Lord! Testimony Time

“I eagerly anticipated each week to be fed and nourished by my new and very dear friends with great tenderness and love! Being prayed over with a prophetic message of love was the answer to heart-felt prayer and a gift of tremendous healing!”
~ I am Hungry Participant 2024

Let’s feast and fast together and watch the walls come tumbling down. 


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The following netiquette tips* will enhance the learning experience for everyone in the gathering:

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