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He grew up in Missoula, Montana and has since lived in cities like Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Redding, California.
Feucht and 50 other worship leaders visited President Donald Trump for a faith briefing at the White House amid the run-up to the impeachment of Trump in December 2019. There Feucht posed for the infamous picture in which he is seen leaning far across the group to reach the hem of Trump's garment. Feucht said of the event, "We just laid our hands on him and prayed for him. It was like a real intense, hardcore prayer. It was so wild."
Feucht ran as a Republican for California's 3rd congressional district in 2020, coming in third place with 14% of the votes, finishing behind John Garamendi and Tamika Hamilton in the March 3 primary. Feucht ran a socially conservative campaign, which was against high taxes and staunchly critical of abortion calling it "the slaughter of the unborn and the newborn." Some other issues he wanted to focus on were homelessness and affordable housing in California, and he wanted to give parents more rights regarding mandatory vaccination and sex education. Despite running for Congress, he does not see himself as a politician.
In June 2020, Feucht held a worship session at the site of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota and claimed a revival was happening, calling it the "Minneapolis miracle" and the "HOPE RALLY." Feucht called the killing an "injustice" and referred to it as "the trauma" but was critical of Black Lives Matter's support for gender identity politics and abortion rights in online posts prior to the worship session. He claimed on Twitter afterwards that he and senior Bethel pastor Beni Johnson were censored by Twitter and Instagram for sharing videos of the events and posting Bible verses. His posts were shared by senator Josh Hawley who stated "Cancel culture meets #BigTech. Now @instagram is censoring a Christian worship leader who wants to post videos of praise and worship from places where there has recently been unrest."
In August 2020, Feucht led similar worship concerts called "Riots to Revival" in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. The sites of the concerts had recently been the sites of major protests and riots, including Seattle's Cal Anderson Park which had been part of the territory controlled by the Capitol Hill Organized Protest. The concerts violated local laws requiring masks and social distancing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Feucht claimed that between 4,000 and 7,000 attended the concert in Portland.
In September 2020, Feucht attempted to hold a Labor Day "prayer rally" at Seattle's Gas Works Park, but after the city closed off all its major parks for the holiday due to expected overcrowding, Feucht held the rally in the street across from the park. He originally failed to get a permit, but the city allowed the rally when he called it a "worship protest". Hundreds packed the street tightly, mostly without wearing face masks. Later that month, following a concert in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the site of the Kenosha protests, Feucht was prevented from holding a concert on the South Side of Chicago after police threatened to take action against him for not having a permit for the event.
Sean married a woman named Kate, with whom he has children named Keturah, Malachi and Ezra.
Currently, Sean Feucht is 39 years, 5 months and 22 days old. Sean Feucht will celebrate 40th birthday on a Tuesday 15th of August 2023. Below we countdown to Sean Feucht upcoming birthday.