The event took place at the University of Minnesota 's campus at Mariucci Arena. It was incredibly humbling to be surrounded by people of all ages, but especially thousands of college-aged young adults, who dedicated their entire night to prayer and praise. The event featured speakers/prayer leaders and music by Elevation Worship, KB, Trip Lee and the UNITE Worship band.
UNITE was founded by organization PULSE, which was created by UNITE 2016 speaker and leader Nick Hall. Nick 's ministry began to gain momentum during his college years after he wrote a paper about how to reach his generation with the Gospel. The paper went viral among students and over the next few years PULSE was formed as a non-profit, launching across college universities and impacting thousands for Christ.
In 2009 PULSE became one of the largest student-led evangelism movements in American history. It then eventually opened a national office in Minneapolis, MN to start expanding the movement coast-to-coast. Everything PULSE does is about sharing Jesus—from college campuses to concert arenas, churches to music festivals, in the U.S. and overseas. PULSE created UNITE as a night for all generations, denominations and backgrounds in the Twin Cities to come together under one God.
National Day of Prayer in Minnesota was moving, wondrous and so much fun. It 's difficult to sum up the event, experience an...
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...d reset my anger," "God reset passions," "reset my hope in You," "reset my relationships" and "reset my life." During this moment, those who wanted God to work in their lives shined a light for all to see.
Nick Hall - Reset
Overall, the event was amazing. The quality was top notch production wise and the artist line-up was great. It was an awesome concert and just an all around fun time.
The night ended with KB and Trip Lee. Two Christian rappers who are absolutely on fire for God and had the full intent of getting the crowd to "turn up" for Jesus. The end of the concert was so crazy, everyone in the place was jumping and dancing, the lights were flashing and the music pumping. It was like a full on Christian rave.
"Any moment spent in the presence of God is not wasted, it 's invested" - Steven Furtick, Pastor of Elevation Church and Elevation Worship.
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