Sean Feucht identifies 4 key issues the Church must boldly address in secular culture By Leah MarieAnn Klett, Assistant Editor for The Christian Post
Evangelist Sean Feucht has challenged the Church to address four key issues he believes are key to combating an increasingly secularized culture and lamented the lack of courage many church leaders exhibit in the face of social pressure.
In an interview with The Christian Post, the 38-year-old worship leader reflected on some of the issues he believes pastors and church leaders must address boldly, starting with the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
“I think that the church’s response to the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, it was a horrible response,” Feucht said. “I think people should have been celebrating and thank God that this 50-year prayer that we’ve been asking for, the reversing of this death decree, there should have been a whole lot more praise and a whole lot more thanks and a whole lot more pointing to God’s faithfulness.”
Second, Feucht, a father of four, lamented that the Church “isn’t really addressing” gender confusion and sexual identity.
“We’re allowing our kids to be sexualized by culture. We’re not clearly defining what a man and what a woman is and the beauty of God’s divine design.”
The former Bethel worship leader revealed that his recently-released song, “Imago Dei,” was birthed out of a desire to show God’s heart for both the unborn and His divine design for humanity. The chorus includes the lines, “Imago Dei, I’m fearfully and wonderfully made/ Imago Dei, there’s glory in all You create.”
The Church also must address the family, Feucht said, adding: “The root of all of our issues in society, whether it’s crime or whether it’s corruption or even going back to the identity issues, a lot of it comes down to fatherlessness, and we are not we’re not addressing that the root cause of the breakdown in society is the family.”