More than 2,000 people made professions of faith for the first time at the Chris Tomlin, Kari Jobe and Bethel Music tour from Aug. 13 through Sept. 3. The tour was attended by 45,897 people across 14 cities in 10 states, and 2,167 people responded to the gospel message and placed their faith in Jesus Christ. Evangelist Nick Hall, founder and president of Pulse, a Minneapolis-based, millennial-led evangelistic organization, Nick Hall joined the tour as the special speaker to offer the messages.
"Being a part of this tour and having the opportunity to share the gospel with so many people was nothing short of miraculous," said Nick Hall. "God answered my daily prayer by sending venue workers, Uber drivers and countless individuals into my path with whom I could pray and share the gospel. Real ministry isn't what happens on stage, but what happens off it. I believe that God is looking to activate all of us, everyday believers, to share the gospel now."
Participation in the tour was one initiative of many in preparation for "Together '22," a modern-day crusade gathering hosted by Nick Hall. Held at The Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, TX, June 24-25, 2022, "Together '22" will feature a message from Nick Hall and times of worship led by some of Christian music's greatest voices.
Along with the worship tour, Nick Hall and Pulse launched an evangelism showcase for young leaders called "Pulse 100" and an evangelism training curriculum called "Make Jesus Known" in an effort to spread the gospel and the good news of Together '22.
"This tour energized me for the future, especially looking to our Together '22 event at the Cotton Bowl stadium in Dallas next year," Nick Hall said. "We need Jesus. We need each other. Together '22 is going to be a powerful time of repentance, prayer and worship. This tour was the perfect launchpad and just a glimpse of what God is doing in hearts all around the world."