MINNEAPOLIS — Nick Hall, founder of Pulse, the millennial-led evangelism movement, will host “Good Friday,” the largest global broadcast of 2021, April 2 at 7 p.m. worldwide with Francis Chan, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Kari Jobe, and more.
Nick will be joined by influential Bible teachers Francis Chan and Ebony Small. Worship will be led by Grammy Award winners For KING and COUNTRY, Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Michael W. Smith and Dove Award winners Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes.
“Last year, the world was shaken by the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic, radical injustice and overwhelming loneliness. We were inundated with grim news and the nations were desperate for hope, for peace, for stability, for joy,” Hall said. “The good news that carried us through 2020 will continue to carry us through as we recover, rebuild and repair. Our job as the global church is to share that good news with the world. I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to once again reach the ends of the earth with the life-changing love of Jesus Christ this Good Friday.”
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.