Sean Feucht to Receive William J Seymour Award at 2021 Azusafest
ORU alum and Bethel Redding, California, worship leader Sean Feucht, is calling the church across America "to rise up with one voice" amid government and Big Tech attempts to silence believers. The founder of the "Let Us Worship" movement believes a sweeping revival is already stirring as dead bones rattle back to life, filled with the Spirit of God.
For these notable contributions to the kingdom, Feucht, missionary, author, activist and founder of many global movements, is to be presented with the William J. Seymour award during the 2021 Azusafest, which takes place April 9-10 in Los Angeles, California. Azusa Street Mission said in a press release, "His statements and actions during our New Year's Eve celebration revealed the heart of our William Seymour recipient this year."
The theme for this year's celebration, inspired by Ephesians 5:14-15, is "Redeeming the Time." All services are free and open to the public, and you can register for the event here.
The Azusa Street Mission and Historical Society announced Feucht as this year's recipient on Feb. 22, 2021, the 115th anniversary of Seymour traveling to Los Angeles.
Watch this video for the full live recording of Feucht, Kim Walker Smith and Meredith Mauldin celebrating the New Year from Azusa, California.