More than 1,000 concerts reportedly devoted their lives to Jesus Christ on Friday during rapper Kanye West's recent free Sunday service in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
What are the details?
Jonathan Stockstill, pastor of Bethany Church in Baton Rouge, introduced West to thousands of thousands.
"Can We Hear It for Jesus?" The question was asked. "He's king tonight."
West took the stage in a rather humble way and performed several songs from his new hit album, "Jesus Is King."
He started the service with "Closed on Sunday", whose name drops Chick-fil-A.
"You're my Chick-Fil-A," West rapped during the packed performance. “Keep taking selfies. Remove grams. Get your family. You should hold hands and pray. … Raise our sons. Train them in faith through temptation. Make sure they are wide awake. Follow Jesus. Listen and obey. "
FULL STREAM | KANYE WEST | JESUS IS KING | SUNDAY SERVICE EXPERIENCE | BATON ROUGE, LA | 11/1/19
According to Curvine Brewington, pastor of Crossroads Church in Lafayette, Louisiana, the crowd was on fire for God.
He shared an Instagram photo with the audience with his hands up in the air.
"If you have ever doubted the legitimacy or spiritual impact of the [West’s] # sundayservice project, simply look at the incredible shot taken by @rebeccabradley__ during the altar conversation," he wrote. "YES, I ALTAR CALL SAID," he added.
He added, "Tonight worship was hanged, the name of Christ was exalted, the word of God was preached, a multitude of prayers were proclaimed, the gospel was clearly explained and an opportunity to answer was given. In a crowd of 6,000 people from all walks of life, all ages and all races "I personally saw over 1000 individuals accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior!"
Brewington said he was equally moved by the outpouring of love and faith.
"I danced, wept, stood in awe of God's redemptive work, and can honestly say that tonight I saw a new wave of RETURNING first hand," Brewington said.