To commemorate the 20-year anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Redding-based Christian singer, songwriter and worship leader Sean Feucht hosted a two-day “Let Us Worship” event at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The event took place on September 11 and… Continue Reading
For more than a year, Sean Feucht, a right-wing political evangelical Christian activist, a worship leader at Bethel Church, and a musician and songwriter for the Bethel Music label, has traveled across the United States. On his cross-county trek, he’s… Continue Reading
It’s safe to say that Bethel senior leader Bill Johnson is no socialist. If he hadn’t done so earlier, the self-appointed local apostle and prophet made his opposition to liberté, égalité, fraternité publicly known in November 2016, in an opinion… Continue Reading
Dear Aaron Tesauro,
You’re the Bethel Church communications director, so you seem the best person to contact in light of a recent unfortunate event.
I’m referring to Beni Johnson’s Instagram video during a recent mother-daughter trip to the coast. Continue Reading
Yesterday was the one-week anniversary of Bethel-Church member Sean Feucht’s controversial worship concert at the Sundial Bridge in Redding. Once again, incredulous outsiders are left to wonder what’s in Shasta County’s water to cause our residents to behave so recklessly… Continue Reading
Editor’s Note: Sean Feught, and Kris Vallotton of Redding’s Bethel Church, were featured at the “Rally for America” on The National Mall in Washington, D.C., Wed., Feb. 5. “Our mandate as believers is not passive or apathetic. It’s time to… Continue Reading