Feucht's effort to connect young people with what his movement considers William Penn's ancient vision for Pennsylvania is part of the wider, epochal campaign of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), a movement at the cutting edge of Pentecostal and Charismatic evangelicalism, which is now the second largest Christian faction in the world after the Roman Catholic Church and the largest growth sector in American and global Christianity. This is a central story of our time, and one that has scarcely penetrated our national consciousness.
Sean Feucht's ministry, for example, is overseen by NAR apostles — but media coverage does not reflect that context. … The NAR seeks to consolidate those Christians it recognizes as “the Church" in what it believes to be the End Times. Although many NAR leaders have been closely aligned with Donald Trump, they insist that they aim for a utopian biblical kingdom where only God's laws are enforced.
Most therefore hold to a vision of Christian dominion over what they call the “seven mountains": religion, family, education, government, media, entertainment and business. (This is what is meant by Dominionism.)