|MINNEAPOLIS — Since September, PULSE has offered Minneapolis-area business leaders a weekly Public Scripture Reading event at its new headquarters at 600 S. 9th St.
“Our desire is to be a light in this community, and inviting our businesspeople neighbors to engage with God’s Word is a powerful way to do that,” says Nick Hall, founder of PULSE. “We strategically located our new headquarters right in the heart of the city for opportunities just like this.”
By hosting the event, PULSE participates in an informal Public Reading of Scripture movement that challenges believers to remember the truth of who God is by opening the Bible and reading Scripture aloud.
The movement is gaining popularity just before the 2020 launch of the Year of the Bible campaign, which seeks to reengage the world with the Bible. PULSE, along with organizations such as Museum of the Bible, YouVersion and The Bible Project, will emphasize the Year of the Bible through special events, Bible reading plans and a historic gathering in Washington D.C. next summer all around the Bible.
The weekly public Scripture reading is open to the public, though PULSE has extended a special invitation to local business leaders. The event is held every Wednesday at 12 p.m. CST and starts with a free lunch for those interested. Scripture reading begins at approximately 12:15 p.m.
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