About Sean Feucht
CCM artist, missionary, and worship leader Sean Feucht released a number of uplifting folk-flavored independent albums in the late 2000s, later publishing his first book, Fire and Fragrance, in 2010. With a commitment to global outreach, Feucht launched the Burn 24/7 program, ministering around the world and recording albums like 2014's Messengers and the 2016 United Pursuit collaboration, Sacred Mountain. He later joined the staff of California's Bethel Music where he released 2018's Wild.
A native of Montana, Feucht began playing guitar in high school, where he wrote his first songs and became the worship leader of his youth group. While attending college in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he released his first album, 2004's Remain, beginning a prolific career that yielded seven more albums before the decade was over. During this time Feucht also founded an international grass-roots worship, prayer, and missions organization called Burn 24/7 and became active as a public speaker.
In 2010, Feucht published his first book, Fire and Fragrance: From the Great Commandment to the Great Commision, and released the live album Your Presence Is Enough. Several more live albums followed, as did studio releases like 2012's Songs for Nations and 2014's Messengers. Sacred Mountain, a live collaboration with Knoxville-based worship group, United Pursuit, was released in 2015 followed a year later by both another book, Integrity: Character of the Kingdom, and the compilation, The Things We Did at First, which featured guests like Ricky Skaggs and Kristene Dimarco. During this period, Feucht moved from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Redding, California to join Bethel Music as a songwriter and worship leader. His first release as a Bethel Music artist was 2018's Wild. ~ Timothy Monger
BORNAugust 15, 1983