Welcome To The Isaiah 58 “True Fast” Challenge

Take the Challenge

Join with churches throughout North America in taking the Isaiah 58 “True Fast” Challenge! Spend 58 days as a congregation learning about and practicing the “true fast” that God has called us to in Isaiah 58:6–7, serving others locally and globally.

The challenge is designed for a church of any size and for all ages to participate. We’ll provide you with the materials you will need to teach from the pulpit and learn about the “true fast,” as well as encourage one to perform daily acts of service and kindness with our 58 Ways to Serve guide.

Use the hashtag #Isaiah58Fast to share with us on social media what your church members are doing in answering God’s call!

All you need to do is sign up via the link below, make a love offering commitment to partner with The Fellowship in our ministry work, providing lifesaving assistance to nearly 400,000 needy children, families, elderly, and Holocaust survivors living in the former Soviet Union. We will provide you with access to all the materials you will need.

Got questions? Check out our FAQ section below, or contact us.

Sample Materials

Download samples of a sermon outline, a slide, Bulletin insert, and a devotional that is all tied to the Isaiah 58 “fasting” passage. In addition, we are offering a 58 Ways to Serve, a downloadable guide to daily and easy-to-do acts of service and kindness that the entire congregation, from kids to seniors, can do.

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Got a question? Check out our FAQ section for some quick answers. If you don’t find your question included, contact us, and we’ll get back to you with information.

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Sign Up Today!

Ready to take the challenge? It’s easy to do. Just click the link and fill out the form, and you will receive access in an email to download all the materials.

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Make A Donation

If you would like to make a personal donation to The Fellowship’s Isaiah 58 ministry, please click on the button below. A gift of $58 will help provide food, clothing, medicine, and other basic care to needy Jewish children, families, elderly and Holocaust survivors living in the former Soviet Union.

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