(Worthy News) – Thousands attended California evangelist Sean Feucht’s “Riot to Revival” worship concerts this weekend in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, two cities that have been gripped by riots and protests in recent weeks.
Feucht, the founder of the “Let Us Worship” movement who is known for his work with Bethel Music, held a “Riots to Revival” event at Portland’s Waterfront Park Saturday and another at Cal Anderson Park in Seattle, Washington’s Capitol Hill district on Sunday.
Feucht, who ran for Congress earlier this year but lost in the primary election, made headlines last month for organizing a “beach revival” attended by hundreds in Southern California in defiance of the state’s coronavirus orders. He has also argued that coronavirus restrictions that prohibit church services are a double standard. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More…) ]
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