MINNEAPOLIS — Pulse, the evangelism movement founded by Nick Hall, will host Make Jesus Known, a two-hour online apologetics event on May 30 to equip the global church to preach the gospel. The event, which is being held in partnership with RZIM (Ravi Zacharias International Ministries), will honor the life and ministry of Ravi Zacharias and coincide with the celebration of Pentecost, seeking to bring the global church together as it lives out its calling to reach the world.
“To millions of Christian around the world, Ravi Zacharias was the most famous and influential Christian apologist of the past century. But to me, he was a mentor and friend,” Hall said. “He showed me what it really means to pour into people and share the message of Christ with a hurting world. I can think of no better way to honor his life than continuing his legacy of love, leadership, and evangelism.”
Make Jesus Known will feature video footage from Ravi’s messages and practical training for how to follow his example of being a faithful witness. Speakers and artists will come together to provide encouragement and practical training on how the church can reach friends and neighbors with the hope of Jesus during this time.
“In a time when the church has been forced out of the building, we long to go back to normal, but maybe God is calling us to a new normal where we no longer see the walls of the church building as the boundaries for evangelism,” Hall said. “Our world’s desperate need for Jesus is becoming increasingly evident during these unprecedented times. In light of that, there is a growing need for practical advice and training on what evangelism can look like during this time.”
Make Jesus Known will be broadcast live on Saturday, May 30 at 11 a.m. ET on https://pulsemovement.com/
To learn more about Make Jesus Known, please visit https://pulsemovement.com/
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Pulse is a Minneapolis-based, millennial-led prayer and evangelism movement on a 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.