Thousands of people united in Portland, Oregon Saturday night for praise, worship and to hear Bethel Music’s Sean Feucht speak.
Feucht told Fox News that a crowd of 4,000-7,000 worshippers showed up at Waterfront Park for the “Riots to Revival” event in an effort to heal the brokenness that has affected Americans.
“White, Black, Hispanic—we came and released our song of hope over this city,” Feucht said. “People gave their life to Jesus. Hundreds of people. We baptized people in the river behind us. There was so much joy that took over the streets of that city last night.”
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The media is so quick to show us the bad, the scary, and the sinful. Tonight, this is what OUR eyes saw at Waterfront Park in Portland, OR. Hope. Redemption. Repentance. Renewal. Freedom. Unity. Portland, Oregon. A city with a big heart. A city ready for revival. A city with love and life. Thank you @seanfeucht for leading us in worship tonight. @holdtheline_ #letusworship Let’s share the heck out of these photos. I want our nation to see THIS side of our beautiful city. PC: @emilyaudreyphotography (More photos on FB) #letuspray #holdtheline
Images from the gathering show most people not wearing a mask. When questioned about the lack of pandemic precautions being taken, many attendees didn’t seem too concerned.
“My faith is in God,” one person said. “Not fear of COVID-19. I’m good.”
“We’re not big mask people so it doesn’t bother us,” another person said.
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SOURCE: CBN News