MINNEAPOLIS — Pulse, the millennial-led evangelism movement, has received over 1.3 million responses to the gospel message presented at the second annual Worldwide Good Friday Broadcast. Responses are still coming into call centers and Pulse’s text messaging response system from the projected global audience of over 200 million people.
With the help of tens of thousands of churches and organizations worldwide, and building upon infrastructures developed by ministries like the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Cru, the Good Friday livestream was broadcast in 186 countries, 24 territories, and translated into 39 languages.
“We are living in what we believe is the most exciting evangelistic opportunity of our lifetimes. Truly this is an Ephesians 3:20, ‘exceedingly, abundantly more’ moment as we believe God is bringing in an unprecedented harvest during these trying days.” said Nick Hall, founder of Pulse. “Our team is already working to build and translate our Move Closer app platform and digital response systems to keep up with what God is doing. Far from this being about Pulse, this is about Jesus being lifted high through the global body of Christ – the Church.”
Nick Hall and Pulse representatives are available for interviews. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability.
Pulse is a Minneapolis-based, millennial-led prayer and evangelism movement on mission to awaken culture to the reality of Jesus. For over a decade, Pulse has hosted some of the largest events for the next generation, impacting nearly five million students and young adults.
Nick Hall is the founder and president of Pulse and a leading international evangelist. He holds a position on the Board of Directors Executive Committee of the National Association of Evangelicals. He is the author of Reset: Jesus Changes Everything.
Source: The Kairos Company, Pulse Receives 1.3 Million Responses and Counting to Worldwide Good Friday Broadcast