Sean Feucht Talks SUPERSPREADER: ‘God Guided Us Along the Way’

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Sean Feucht Talks SUPERSPREADER: ‘God Guided Us Along the Way’

By Movieguide® Staff

Sean Feucht, the popular worship leader who began the “Let Us Worship” movement at the start of the 2020 pandemic, recently announced the upcoming documentary, SUPERSPREADER.

The documentary follows the challenges, joys, hardships, and ultimately, God’s faithfulness over the past couple of years of the “Let Us Worship” movement happening across the country.

“It’s important to tell the whole story,” Feucht told Movieguide® in a recent interview about the new documentary. “That’s actually one of my favorite things I love about the Bible, is it’s got the whole story in there. This last season has not been a Christian highlight film, and so I think if we did that with the documentary, it would not be true to the story.”

Feucht said that he first got the idea of leading Christians in praise after seeing the U.S. government’s hypocrisy.

“I think what really was alarming for me was the hypocrisy,” he explained. “I think when you saw, for example, casinos being open, strip clubs being open, marijuana dispensaries being open, but… the church is the problem? You saw BLM riots, you saw thousands in the streets protesting, and COVID wouldn’t touch those guys. But when the church comes together to worship, that’s a super-spreader event. That, to me, was kind of like, ‘Okay, this does not make any sense and any logical person had to think the same.’”

Feucht is excited to release SUPERSPREADER, so that individuals and the American church can look back on how they reacted to COVID-19 and everything that came along with it.

“I think it’s amazing that we can have this story releasing now, where we’re kind of past it, we’ve seen how unscientific things are, we’ve seen how crazy the government was, there’s a large consensus that we didn’t handle that season well,” he said. “Now we can look back and say, ‘Okay, well, in the midst of this God was still moving. In the midst of this, we learned some things.’”

“I keep telling people, this is just a test, it’s gonna happen again,” he continued. “But this gives us an opportunity to kind of take inventory and to see, ‘Okay, how did we do? How do we respond?’ People are able to watch through this film, and kind of remember how crazy it was. But yet, in the midst of that, there was a bold church that really did rise up. It’s undeniable, the power of God that moved in cities all over America.”

Feucht said that as the church continues to face hardship, the kingdom of God is revealed.

“We’ve seen historically that seasons of crisis, calamity, hardship, and darkness… as it says in Hebrews, ‘When everything that can be shaken is shaken, it reveals in us a kingdom that can’t be shaken.’ We have to remember who we are, we have to remember the authority that we carry and we have to remember that the darker it gets, the more the light needs to shine,” he explained. “The post-COVID church looks different than the pre-COVID church. The post-COVID church IS a little more wild, it’s a little more rowdy, it’s a little more unwilling to submit to tyrannical, psycho government orders.”

“My prayer is that this would provoke something in people,” he added. “That they can watch this and they will catch something of what God did in that season, and it will remain with them.”

Although the COVID-19 regulations and rules are somewhat resolved today, Feucht says he has no plans to stop the “Let Us Worship” tour.

“God guided us along the way, and was just reminding us with every city that we went to, that He’s still on the throne, He’s still in control, and He’s still moving,” he said. “With each encounter that we had, our faith grew, our boldness grew, our courage grew. We just feel like God is unstoppable. We have the track record in the history of His faithfulness, since 2020.”

“God continues to open up incredible doors,” he added. “I’m here in Washington, DC today, and we’re going to worship tomorrow in the Capitol building. Doors continue to open, and we continue to walk through them. So I’m just excited. I’m excited to see where this leads, and what God continues to do, we’re just along for the journey.”

SUPERSPREADER will be in theaters on Sept. 29.

According to the Movieguide® review:

SUPERSPREADER is a documentary about a Christian worship leader who stepped up and led worship around the country during the COVID-19 Pandemic. After losing an election, Sean Feucht was trying to figure out his next steps. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit America, state and local governments told churches to shut down, or else. Sean led a movement, Let Us Worship, to take worship to the streets , so people could hear the Gospel and find peace, joy, love, and hope in Jesus Christ.

SUPERSPREADER tells a powerful story about the Church being a haven at a time of need. It asserts that the Church needs to be a place where people can go in times of need and receive the Good News of hope, joy, faith, peace, security, and so much more. SUPERSPREADER is a wholesome movie, with a strong Christian worldview promoting liberty, but it deals with heavy themes. It also shows threatening violence during a time of unrest. Overall, SUPERSPREADER shows how the Gospel of Jesus Christ can change people and bring joy, hope and love in an unsettling time.