Needles, Blades, Drugs Thrown on Stage at Worship Concert in Portland While Ex-Military, Ex-Police Protect Christians

A day after Antifa attacked Christians at an event put on by Pastor Artur Pawlowski at a Portland park, Bethel Churchโ€™s Sean Feucht put on a worship concert Sunday evening in the city. Reports indicate that they had Antifa on hand to menace and intimidate the gathered Christians–hanging out at the fringes, but not coming in, and no credible reports of violence.

Feucht is one of the most popular worship leaders in evangelicalism today, on account of his traveling “Let us Worship” tour that tore through the United States during the heart of the pandemic, putting on impromptu services despite it being illegal. He would frequently amass crowds of 5000 or more people, having services at the beach, in the park, or even under bridges unmasked and singing loudly. Furthermore, his “Azuza” worship album because the #1 album on iTunes across all genres for a short while, making him a large draw and known commodity.

According to Andy Ngo, “Portland Antifa member & serial riot arrestee Darrell Anthony Kimberlin was tweeting out a warning to his friends who are embedded in & around the Christian worship event.”

Feucht credits part of the success to his event not being interrupted by the fact that they had a very large security team comprised of ex-military and ex-police. These men surrounded the event and acted as a barrier around the worshipping families, wanting to avoid a repeat of the day before.

Sooner than not, this terrorizing will become the norm, not the exceptions.

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17 thoughts on “Needles, Blades, Drugs Thrown on Stage at Worship Concert in Portland While Ex-Military, Ex-Police Protect Christians

  1. Welp, Bethel is as Christian as Antifa is. Bethel, Scientology, Mormonism, and the like should be outlawed and their cults shut down, and every Antifa member should be disposed of like every terrorist should be.

    1. This is precisely why the Left will destroy everyone’s right to worship as their conscience dictates. Every “Christian” sect believes that they are they only way to God and that all other beliefs are of Satan and need to be destroyed. Each sect believes that every sect other than their own should be “shut down and outlawed”.

      The “Christians” will, in short order, be either silenced or sent to see Jesus due to their own intolerance that divides them in the face of their common enemy.

  2. Antifa = anti fascist.

    The soldiers on D-day fighting white nationalist Nazis were the same as Antifa.

    If you guys are against Antifa then maybe you are fascists.

    Meanwhile true evangelicals stand with Antifa and #BLM ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€โšง๏ธ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ

    1. Yeah, I’m fairly certain if all the Nazis were doing is holding prayer rallies, there never would’ve been a WWII, you moron. You wouldn’t know a nazi or a fascist if they were standing right in front of you, Ernst Rohm junior.

    2. Hey look, the teen atheist homo troll calling itself ‘Johnny ‘ is back with another breathtakingly retarded comment!
      Now go away ๐Ÿ™‚

    3. The fallacy that ANTIFA is morally superior to the NAZIS is both specious and morally repugnant.

      They are both Socialist homosexuals that constantly changed between supporting Hitler and Mussolini.

      Notice that every single Antifa member is a homo.

      The Pink Swastika 5th Edition

    4. Good Lord, your mind is so screwed up that you don’t even comprehend that MOST Americans who fought in WW2 were actually WHITE, BLACK, YELLOW AND RED CHRISTIANS who LOVED AMERICA and the freedom it stands for with all their hearts and souls. They certainly were not in support of you fakes who are actually the real FASCISTS. They’d all laugh at you freaking Marxists for insinuating that that you were for any kind of real freedom or equality. I pray that you wake up one day to see how utterly ridiculous you are.

      1. Look into the godless FEC United, which is “inter-faith”.
        His street preaching also supports an ambiguous “inter-denominational” stance.

  3. Two factual errors: A. Bethelites such as Feucht are not Christians, sponge at those concerts might be or of ignorance. B. It was NOT ILLEGAL for Feucht to poor on concerts last year, “mandates” however generally were illegal. What a stadium on this publication. This article is very misleading. But glad veterans and ex police protected ppl, good for them!

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