Today’s highly interesting read (10/10/21): If Christians Around The World Can Face Death For Their Faith, Americans Can Go To Church

Anti-Christian religious persecution on the rise | The Japan Times

On this Sunday, today’s read is from Sean Feucht,  a missionary, artist, speaker, author, activist, and the founder of LetUsWorship.us, a movement organizing worship rallies in America’s most troubled cities. Here’s an excerpt:

Over the past 18 months, I’ve had many occasions to explain why I’ve chosen to defy civil authorities and lead hundreds of thousands of believers in public worship amid lockdowns. We’ve held “worship protests” around the country, pushing back against government restrictions on Christian fellowship.

There have been those who’ve told us we are being “un-Christian” by insisting on our right to worship God in public. Some have even suggested we are endangering lives, or that we are somehow morally culpable for COVID infection rates.

But we have a choice every day. We can either live by faith, or die by fear.

Read the entire column here.

One thought on “Today’s highly interesting read (10/10/21): If Christians Around The World Can Face Death For Their Faith, Americans Can Go To Church

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