Kansas City will host the “Let Us Worship” event with Sean Fuecht Saturday, October 17, from 5-8 p.m., at Mill Creek Park at the entry-way to the Plaza. In his own words, Fuecht considers his events, “A unified coalition of people together, worshiping and praying. Come join us as we worship King Jesus and pray for our city.” The event is free.
Fuecht is a missionary, artist, speaker, author, activist, and the founder of multiple worldwide movements. His heart is to bring integrity, hope, and inspiration to every sphere of society. His lifelong quest and dream is to witness a generation of burning hearts arise across the nations of the world with renewed faith, vision, and sacrificial pursuit after the Presence of God. His global worship and prayer movement (Burn 24-7) actually started out of Fuecht’s dorm room in college.
To date, Fuecht’s has hosted events in more than 250 cities spanning 6 different continents. The tour’s last two stops after Kansas City will be Pittsburgh, Pa. Oct. 18 and end in Washington D.C. on the National Mall on Oct. 25. It has already occurred in Fort Worth, Dallas, Kerrville, Tex. Atlanta, Nashville and Charleston S. Carolina.
The Let us Worship event video from Portland, Oregon:
Light A Candle is a global missions and compassion movement bringing light, hope, healing, and tangible love to the hardest, darkest, and some of the most isolated places on the Earth. Hold the Line is a political activist movement seeking to rally the global church to engage in their civic duty to vote and stand up for the causes of the righteousness and justice in the governmental arena.
These events have been described as a mix of Christian concert, healing service, guerrilla street theater, and a spectator mosh pit. Every city Fuecht and his team have held events in has resulted in huge revivals with salvations, healings, and water baptisms.
“It is only when we return to the first commandment that we are empowered to live out the second commandment. We are a first love movement. The central focus of the Burn 24-7 is to call the church back to the first and greatest commandment given: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind,” states Fuecht describing the crux of the events.
Self-described on his Instagram bio as a Jesus follower, missionary, artist, author, humanitarian, and activist, this summer alone Fuecht has hosted more than three dozen outdoor worship concerts. He has produced, recorded, and released more than 22 music albums, co-authored five books, created numerous teaching resources, developed an on-line school, and has ignited several global missional initiatives. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Kate, and considers his greatest accomplishment and joy in life being a father to his four children: Keturah, Malachi, Ezra, and Zion.
The event is being organized locally by Team Extreme, a worldwide Christian ministry reaching youth. Visit their Facebook page.
–By Amy Buster | Metro Voice