“Let Us Worship” founder Sean Feucht announced he has a better book deal after HarperCollins dropped him for his political views.
The Christian singer made the announcement Tuesday on Twitter alongside his four kids.
“It means that God is bigger than cancel culture,” Feucht told me.
He was dropped from HarperCollins after two low-level marketing staffers complained that they didn’t want to work on his book.
“The greater the resistance the greater the breakthrough!” he added. “Even the resistance proves how valuable and needed the message is in our day!”
His book, “Bold: Moving forward in Faith Not Fear,” is available on Amazon for pre-order and is set to be released July 26th by Salem Books, an imprint of Regnery Publishing, which works with numerous conservative authors.
“Only God could write a story like this!! We are so grateful for JESUS and all of your support!!!” Feucht tweeted.
He told national radio host Todd Starnes he plans to write about a fearless faith in the midst of challenges. Feucht toured in 150 cities across the U.S. from Portland and Seattle to New York City and Miami during the pandemic when many congregations were told by the government they couldn’t have indoor services, let alone sing like in California at one point.
“How do we raise our children in boldness in an era of, you know, where they’re trying to tell them, there’s 87 genders? How do we have bold relationships even in places where we disagree? How do we carry bold faith in the midst of a culture that wants to silence us?” Feucht told the Todd Starnes Show (you can listen below).
On New Year’s Eve, he prayed for the healing of Gov. Ron DeSantis’s wife, Casey, who is the first lady of Florida as she battles breast cancer.