Sean Feucht is an American speaker, author, Christian singer and worship leader at Bethel Church. He is also the founder of the Let Us Worship movement and many others.
Sean Feucht Net Worth
Sean Feucht’s net worth is estimated at $1.5 million.
On his website, you can know more about him and what he advocates for. People can look up for his events there or check out his merch like shirts, hoodies, and stickers. On his website, you can book him to talk at your events or conferences. You can also donate to support his cause.
He has around 280K followers on his Instagram account. On Spotify, he has over 170K monthly listeners.
He also founded the “Let Us Worship” movement. Moreover, Sean has a podcast called “Hold The Line,” which is focused on engaging with the church and young people across the country to inspire others and stand for what’s right. He is the founder of Burn 24/7, which are campus worship nights that became a city-wide movement, and Light a Candle which aims to help war-torn countries and help the people especially the children.
He wrote a number of books including “Bold: Moving Forward in Faith Not in Fear,” “Fire and Fragrance,” “Integrity: Character of Kingdom.”
Sean Feucht was born on August 15, 1983, in Montana and later relocated to Virginia. He graduated from Oral Roberts University. At Bethel Church, he was a volunteer worship leader and after some time, he joined their record label.
The gospel singer is a white American nationalist and a denouncer of critical race theory.
He and many other worship leaders went to the White House and visited then-president Donald Trump for a faith briefing amidst his first impeachment. It was in December 2019.
Sean Feucht founded multiple global movements. During the COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020, he founded the Let Us Worship movement. It is a series of worship concerts across the United States. It drew thousands of people amidst the pandemic.
He has 9 studio albums “Seattle Sessions,” “Caught in the Flow,” “Rebirth and Reclamation,” “Your Presence is Enough,” “Keep This Love Alive,” “Songs for Nations,” “Messengers,” “Sacred Mountains,” and the “Things We Did at First.” All of these albums are self-published.
Feucht ran as a Republican in California’s 3rd Congressional District, but was unsuccessful.
Sean Feucht Relationship Status
Sean is married to his high school sweetheart, Kate. The couple have been blessed with four children – Keturah, Malachi, Ezra, and Zion. They aim to raise their children to be faithful and to have a strong connection to God.