Sean Feucht Ministries: The Inspiration Behind ‘Superspreader’ Movie
From the Superspreader filmmakers
Superspreader is an incredible film that documents Sean Feucht‘s journey to protest the government lockdowns by taking worship to the streets and open air. With never-before-seen footage, we get an insider’s look at what his family went through, the opposition they received from the government and even from inside the church, and the conviction that drove them to take a stand against the unjust lockdowns of the church.
As Christians, we are called to gather and worship our Lord and Savior corporately. As Hebrews 10:25 says, “Let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.” In a time of global pandemic and societal turmoil, people desperately needed the ministry of the church. Millions of people had lost their jobs, schools were taken online, loved ones were getting sick, and the rate of depression and suicide attempts skyrocketed.
God-given liberties were stripped by government lockdowns
But governors and leaders across America shut down churches and even banned singing in houses of worship while liquor stores, strip clubs, and abortion clinics were kept open for business. This was a clear violation of our First Amendment rights to freedom of religion, speech, and assembly. There is no COVID-19 exception in our Constitution or our Bible!
As thousands of churches across America passively complied with the tyrannical COVID-19 edicts and the government’s threats, a few pastors and leaders were courageous enough to resist. California pastors like Che Ahn and John McArthur kept their churches open, and sued California Governor Gavin Newsom by appealing to our Constitution, the supreme law of the land. As Reverend Jonathan Mayhew said before the American Revolutionary War against the British, “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.” Civil disobedience is the only recourse in the face of tyranny. We are a “government of laws, and not of men.” When our leaders begin behaving like kings and dictators instead of our elected officials, it is our duty to defy them.
Sean Feucht births the #LetUsWorship movement
Sean Feucht understood that our civil and religious liberties were at stake. Was he going to obey the government or the Word of God? Even against the counsel of some of his close Christian friends, he heard the call from God to take a stand.
“It’s time for the Church to rise up with one voice and tell our government leaders and the rulers of big tech that we refuse to be silenced,” Feucht says. This initial act of obedience birthed the ‘Let Us Worship‘ movement, which has now visited dozens of cities, including some of the most dangerous inner cities in the country. Multitudes have heard the gospel and many who’ve attended the meetings have reported being set free from drug addiction, depression, and sickness. Superspreader documents several of these real encounters.
See the Superspreader movie and be inspired.
Patriot Mobile was proud to sponsor the Los Angeles premiere of Superspreader last week and share Feucht’s story with our audience.
We’re honored to support Sean Feucht Ministries and the ‘Let Us Worship’ movement. We thank God for Feucht’s courage to take a stand and we pray God continues to bless him as he spreads the good news of Jesus Christ around the world!