“This Saturday, we are holding a time of prayer for Nashville. In only God’s timing, we were given a permit just days before the tragedy — He wants to bring healing and restoration, and He knew we would be here for such a time as this,” says Let Us Worship movement founder Sean Feucht.
Sean, who will be in South Africa next week to participate in a Let Us Worship SA event in Johannesburg on Good Friday, urged all Christians in the Nashville area to join them in grieving over the tragic deaths during a shooting attack at the Covenant Presbyterian school, Nashville on Monday. The shooter, Audrey Hale, a former pupil at the private Christian school, who recently came out as a transgender and began identifying as a male, killed Mike Hill, the school’s 61-year-old custodian; Cynthia Peak, 61, a substitute teacher; Katherine Koonce, 60, who worked as the school’s headmistress and three children, all aged 9: Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney and Hallie Scruggs. Hale was shot dead by police.
“f you are in the area [Nashville, Tennessee], join us— if not, please pray along, as we enter a grieving community. We have seen Him move in the Spirit time after time, and we are expectant that He will move powerfully again,” says Sean in an email.
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