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Churches try 'Daniel Fast' food plan as a way of spiritual renewal

7:02 PM, Feb. 1, 2013
Members of the Praise Cathedral Church in Brevard, Fla., recently completed a 21-day Daniel Fast. It touts spiritual and physical detoxification through prayer, fasting and abstinence from meat, leavened breads, fruit juices and dairy.
Members of the Praise Cathedral Church in Brevard, Fla., recently completed a 21-day Daniel Fast. It touts spiritual and physical detoxification through prayer, fasting and abstinence from meat, leavened breads, fruit juices and dairy.
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Faith has never tasted so good for Jonathan Destouche.

An early morning service in the spacious Praise Cathedral sanctuary in Brevard, Fla., is punctuated with loud shouts of "hallelujah," as the worship music slowly builds and the pastor tells members to crave faith and take inventory of their lives.

They are words taken to heart by Destouche, who has been ushering in the new year with the Daniel Fast - a growing national trend in evangelical Christian circles. It touts spiritual and physical detoxification through prayer, fasting and abstinence from meat, leavened breads, fruit juices ...

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