‘Thousands of people are going wild for Jesus! Endless baptisms in drinking troughs: revival reaches huge crowds in the Heartland

Praise leader Sean Feucht and his “Let Us Worship” tour arrived in Colorado this weekend where praise erupted in the mountainous region.

Worshipers came to City Park in Fort Collins on Friday to be part of the powerful event that brought healing and salvation to thousands of people.

“One of my all time favorite nights with thousands of people going wild for Jesus!” Feucht wrote on Instagram. “Endless baptisms in cow drinkers were literally the best !! JOY IS CONTAGIOUS !!”

Despite complaints from residents opposing the event for reasons related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Fort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell stressed that the event’s organizers were exercising their First Amendment rights.

“The decision was made to take a non-confrontational approach and no effort was made to dissolve the rally,” Troxell written in an email. “There have been nine full-scale demonstration events in Fort Collins since mid-March. None of these events led to tragedy or unruly situations.”

Feucht traveled to Colorado Springs on Saturday where God’s presence was also evident at Memorial Park.

Several thousand people showed up to sing, dance and experience His undeniable love. Kneeling in prayer, the faithful wept with joyful hearts yearning to see the church rise.

“Memorial Park has become the meeting place for the finest manifestation of unity, worship, salvation and baptisms!” Feucht wrote on Instagram. “The musicians took us to church and it was historic !!!”

On Sunday, Feucht and his group arrived in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as people gathered in the parking lot of a mall where the Holy Spirit was at work.

“Thousands of people from all races and tribes gathered in a K-Mart parking lot! Hundreds of people gave their lives to Jesus! Now there is a never-ending line for baptisms tonight! God bring it back! hope in this city he loves! “

Following the death of George Floyd, this same area was invaded by protesters and looters who destroyed the city and set buildings on fire.

But, God heals broken hearts and brings hope as so many come forward to give their lives to Him.

Feucht launches his to visit across the Great Lakes where his worship team will meet for the next five days in Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio.

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