#JesusChangesEverything: Hundreds of Thousands Set to Gather in DC Tomorrow for Together 2016

By Austin Roscoe Published on July 15, 2016

There’s just one day left before hundreds of thousands meet for Together 2016 on the National Mall in Washington D.C.

The thought-child of Nick Hall and the PULSE Movement, Together 2016 hopes to be a catalyst in our culture and our nation. “Our generation is the most cause-driven in history,” the event’s website reads. “But our causes are pulling us apart. Even religion doesn’t unite. We believe only Jesus can bring us together. July 16, 2016, is the day our generation will meet on the National Mall to come together around Jesus in unified prayer, worship, and a call for catalytic change.”

Speakers and artists at the event include Hillsong United, Francis Chan, Crowder, Ravi Zacharias, Casting Crowns, Louie Giglio and many more.


As resetting a computer helps restore the system, Together 2016 is praying for there to be a “reset” of our culture. With division running rampant in our society, Together 2016 says, “It’s time to come together around Jesus.”

Jesus directly challenged a culture of division. He prayed we would be one — one family, one body. And He told us to love our enemies. Everyone loves their friends; it’s when we love those who aren’t like us that the world takes note. It’s time to come together around Jesus in a counter-cultural moment of unity and love for each other.


What Can You Do?

Join the event. Together 2016 hopes to have over a million Christians standing for Jesus tomorrow. Visit reset2016.com to let them know that you’re coming.

Pray. As the event’s website says, “When we pray, God moves. Together 2016 won’t happen without all of us joining in extraordinary prayer, to lift a unified sound.” Pray that the Lord will use this event to change a generation.

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