Over 65,000 Attend Passion 2020 Conference as Others Call for International Prayer Throughout 2020

Two big Christian events are kicking off the New Year in the right way with an around-the-world prayer relay and the massive Passion worship service taking place at the home of the Atlanta Falcons football team.

Passion 2020 Conference

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A huge group of Christian millennials and members of Gen Z showed up in Atlanta, GA, to tell the world that Jesus is alive and the church is still the answer.

More than 65,000 people are attending, filling Mercedes-Benz Stadium and ringing in the New Year with Passion 2020 – a gathering of 19- to 25-year-olds along with their church and campus leaders. The multi-day event is filled with worship and teaching, and it kicked off on New Year’s Eve.

Passion 2020 is comprised of students and leaders from over 1,680 universities, all 50 states, and 81 countries. For the first time, Passion’s opening night, Dec. 31, was broadcast Live and worldwide on TBN. The remainder of the conference will be Livestreamed on the conference’s website.

Passion founders Louie and Shelley Giglio and the Passion Band will be joined by guests Christine Caine, Levi Lusko, John Piper, Ravi Zacharias, Tim Tebow and Sadie Robertson. Worship leaders and bands will include Crowder, Hillsong United, Lecrae, Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes, Elevation Music, Trip Lee, Andy Mineo, Social Club Misfits, Tedashii and Sean Curran.

The END IT Movement was launched at Passion 2013, and to date has raised $8.3 million to fight modern-day slavery, assisting in awareness, prevention, rescue, and restoration. This year, Passion is also calling students to give toward Share Light, a campaign to see the Bible translated into the 6,000 known languages during this generation’s lifetime. Only a third of the known languages currently have the Bible in their language, and Passion attendees can make a huge impact in realizing the goal of interpreting the Scriptures for the remaining languages in this generation.

In addition, a flame was brought all the way from Jerusalem to Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Passion as a symbol of the light of Christ going into the world.

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