Jesus Christ, Superspreader

by | Sep 3, 2021 | Culture

Over the last two years, missionary, musician and author Sean Feucht has made several names for himself in the secular world: hippie politician, Christian nationalist and Rolling Stone magazine even called him, “Jesus Christ Superspreader.” Despite being labeled as the brazen leader of the Let Us Worship movement, which has attracted hundreds of thousands of worshippers across over 100 cities, Feucht describes himself simply, “I’m just a missionary. That’s kind of my DNA.”

It is in his DNA. Feucht’s life was marked to spread the hope of the gospel. His parents were missionaries, leaving behind their careers and comforts to dedicate themselves to minister the gospel to the unreached. It’s no surprise that because of their example, Feucht’s future pursuits from college into adulthood would reflect the same devotion, risk-taking and passion as his on-fire-for-Christ missionary parents.

This fear-interrupter founded organizations like the global prayer and worship movement called Burn 24-7, which he started while in college; missionary organization Light a Candle; and Hold the Line, which mobilizes believers to stand for causes of righteousness in the government arena.

As if he wasn’t doing enough, God had another mission for this visionary — run for Congress. Feucht’s yes meant sacrifice beyond a mocking headline in a magazine. Stepping out of his ministry and successful music career into the intense and unfamiliar world of politics would cost friendships, acceptance, income and possibly his music career. Even still, with the desire to leave a legacy for his children and future generations, he took a leap of faith into the tumultuous world of politics.

Reflecting on the experience, Feucht says, “It’s like praying that someone would be the answer and the whole time … God may be forming you to be the answer of your own prayers.”

In the kingdom, be careful of what you pray for; you just might get it!

Join Sean Feucht and the Let Us Worship movement on September 11-12, 2021 in Washington, DC for prayer and worship on the National Mall. Visit www.letusworship.us for more information.

For more of Sean Feucht’s extraordinary adventures and passion for the gospel, listen to this Kingdom In Politics podcast episode.{eoa}

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