“[Zach] came on stage,” Feucht added, “I forgave him, we hugged, it’s all in the video, and then he said he wanted to give his life to Jesus. He wanted to be free from drug addiction. He wanted to surrender and so they led him to Jesus, and then he said he wanted to get baptized and so he was got baptized last night.”
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Feucht continued, “Oh my gosh, I’m just over the moon. You know, God always writes the best stories. He’s not just the author, but he’s the finisher of our faith, and how that story finished was just so mind-boggling.”
If Feucht’s guitar had to be stolen for Zach to give his life to Jesus, “it was well worth it,” Feucht said.
“If a bold church wouldn’t have risen up and gathered despite everybody warning [us] not to,” Feucht told ChurchLeaders, “then [Zach] wouldn’t have ever given his life to the Lord.”
“It’s really cool. It’s really amazing. I’m just on cloud nine today,” Feucht concluded.
Prayer for City and Mayor
At the event, Feucht and his team, alongside former Washington State Representative Matt Shea, invited Mayor Nadine Woodward onto the stage and led a time of prayer for the city of Spokane and its mayor.
REVIVAL: @MayorSpokane joined @seanfeucht & @RepMattShea on stage to pray for Spokane and for the future of the Pacific North West, asking for wisdom and that "the light of Jesus Christ is what shines the brightest" in this region. pic.twitter.com/kbu1FLowoE
— Idaho Tribune (@IdahoTribune) August 21, 2023