Sean Feucht

Eric Metaxas Speaks at Sean Feucht's 'Let Us Worship' Event in NYC

Eric Metaxas Speaks at Sean Feucht's 'Let Us Worship' Event in NYC

Sean Feucht’s “Let Us Worship” tour recently stopped in New York City, drawing thousands of people in worship songs.

Thousands Attend Sean Feucht's Worship Event in South Africa

Thousands Attend Sean Feucht's Worship Event in South Africa

Over 8,000 came out to worship leader and conservative activist Sean Feucht's “Let Us Worship” concert in Johannesburg, South Africa, over the weekend.

Sean Feucht Announces New Book Deal after First Deal Was Allegedly 'Canceled' over His Political Views

Sean Feucht Announces New Book Deal after First Deal Was Allegedly 'Canceled' over His Political Views

Worship leader and activist Sean Feucht has signed a new book deal with Regnery Publishing after claiming that HarperCollins, his previous publisher, canceled his books over his political views.

Worship Leader Sean Feucht Claims Publisher Canceled His Book over His Political Views

Worship Leader Sean Feucht Claims Publisher Canceled His Book over His Political Views

Worship leader Sean Feucht took to social media this week claiming that his publisher, Harper Collins, canceled his book because of his political views.

Sean Feucht's 'Let Us Worship' Tour Heads to D.C. for 'Day of Prayer for America' on 9/11

Sean Feucht's 'Let Us Worship' Tour Heads to D.C. for 'Day of Prayer for America' on 9/11

Sean Feucht's "Let Us Worship" tour is headed to Washington D.C. this week for the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in D.C. and New York City.

Sean Feucht Receives William J. Seymour Award at AzusaFest 2021

Sean Feucht Receives William J. Seymour Award at AzusaFest 2021

Worship leader Sean Feucht shared that he was recently awarded the William J. Seymour Award at AzuzaFest 2021.

'A New Jesus Movement in America': More Than 35,000 Pray for Revival in Washington D.C.

'A New Jesus Movement in America': More Than 35,000 Pray for Revival in Washington D.C.

Thirty-five thousand believers reportedly showed up to worship leader Sean Feucht's worship tour stop in Washington D.C. on Sunday.

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