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Thousands Choose Christ as Nick Hall Rallies 200 Young Evangelists to Flood Entire State with Gospel

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After more than two decades of little to no outreach in North Dakota, the global ministry called Pulse has launched an evangelism campaign to canvass the state with the Gospel. CBN News spoke with the organization's founder, Nick Hall, about the effort to reach all generations.

Pulse North Dakota has an ambitious goal: reach every person in the state with the Gospel over the next two years. That's close to 800,000 people.

"This is us coming back home. There's leaders here that are, they've been tilling the soil; they've been working; they've been praying," Hall shared. "And I'm just going to say it's harvest time not only in North Dakota, but I believe in our nation right now."

North Dakota is Hall's home state. He says he has been praying for an outreach to happen there for 20 years. He plans to unleash young evangelists to share the Gospel in towns across the state.

"Reaching all ages, all demographics – it might not be big for you, but man, it's big for that town," explained Hall. "It's big for that individual that comes out. And man, I'm just beyond excited; I believe this can be something that can be replicated elsewhere."

"But bottom line is we're just trying to be faithful while we can. Jesus, I believe is coming soon," he said.
Hall says 200 young evangelists will take part in the campaign.

"We want to hit every nursing home, every prison, every juvenile center, every recovery center, and really just sharing the Good News of Jesus, and hopefully raising up a generation to do the same," he shared.

22-year-old Jessica Sanchez is one of those evangelists sharing the Gospel.

"I've never been to North Dakota before, but when I did go, I was really amazed about, people just were coming up to me, and they were like, 'My, my daughter needs God, and I don't know how to reach her. And she's young, and she doesn't think that she needs Jesus. But then she looks at people who are passionate about Jesus,'" Sanchez told CBN News.

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Pulse North Dakota kicked off in November with "The Reason" tour, a "Family Christmas Experience". It involved sharing the true meaning of Christmas, giving people the chance to respond personally, and then plugging them into local churches and ministries.

"We've seen thousands of people through these events come to know Jesus," Hall said. "Every night on this tour, hundreds are responding. Every night people are catching a vision for reaching the state."

Paul Nynas is a North Dakota pastor working alongside Pulse.

"I hope it, of course, that we reach as many people as we possibly can, that it just awakens our state with a revival of the Gospel from the youngest to the oldest," Nynas told CBN News. "But I also hope it fires up our churches, and it brings down some of the walls that may have existed historically as we think about how we relate to each other."

"And we can just be united in mission," he added.

And that mission is reaching North Dakota with the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ.

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Mark Martin currently serves as a reporter and anchor at CBN News, reporting on all kinds of issues, from military matters to alternative fuels. Mark has reported internationally in the Middle East. He traveled to Bahrain and covered stories on the aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Mark also anchors CBN News Midday on the CBN Newschannel and fills in on the anchor desk for CBN News' Newswatch and The 700 Club. Prior to CBN News, Mark worked at KFSM-TV, the CBS affiliate in Fort Smith, Arkansas. There he served as a weekend morning producer, before being promoted to general