Pulse’s Nick Hall Hosts Global ‘Good Friday’ Service


Nick Hall knows about suffering and loss. And the suffering and loss of Good Friday resonate with him in deep ways. Just before the COVID-19 pandemic began in the U.S., his sister died of cancer at just 40 years old.

The second annual Good Friday broadcast, broadcast, which happens tonight at 7 p.m. worldwide, has its roots in suffering, the founder of Millennial evangelism movement Pulse says. “I’m convinced that if my sister hadn’t died, this broadcast wouldn’t have happened; if the pandemic hadn’t happened, the global church wouldn’t have been mobile,” Hall tells host Jeff Struss on a recent episode of the Charisma News podcast.

Bible teachers Francis Chan and Ebony Small along with worship leaders For King and Country, Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Michael W. Smith and Dove Award winners Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes will join Hall for this unique presentation. The online event reached over 115 million people worldwide last year, with more than 100,000 responding to the gospel.

“I just think Good Friday, it’s what separates Christianity from every other religion,” Hall says, reminding listeners that not only does Jesus understand our suffering, but He enters into it as well.

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: Charisma News, Marti Pieper