Nick Hall, the founder of the fastest growing evangelistic movement in America, has signed a book deal with WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group, a division of Crown at Penguin Random House. The book, titled Reset, will release in both print and digital formats on June 7, 2016, just in advance of Together 2016, a historic gathering of one million Christians at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on July 16, 2016. Reset is the official book of the event.
Hall is the founder and chief communicator for PULSE, a ministry at the center of some of the largest student-led prayer and outreach efforts in the world. He has previously shared the gospel at hundreds of events to millions of students. Hall and PULSE have teamed up with more than 40 organizations to unify a generation under the banner of Christ for the purpose of spiritual awakening at the Together 2016 event.
In Reset, Hall reaches out to those who are unfamiliar with Jesus, showing them that the world offers empty promises and only Jesus can make them fully alive and fully satisfied. Only He can provide them with a fresh start. Reset also challenges Christians to refocus on Jesus if they have been distracted by other messages in the culture.
“Nick Hall is at the forefront of a spiritual awakening of youth in our nation. We are thrilled to partner with him to bring hope to a new generation through the Reset message,” said WaterBrook Multnomah Vice President and Publisher Alex Field.
The project was jointly acquired by Field and Editor Susan Tjaden. Hall is represented by Lisa Jackson of Alive Literary Agency.
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SOURCE: WaterBrook Multnomah