Come&Live! Artist Tour Report: Together We Can Change the World - No Longer Music and Nuteki

On July 27th, Come&Live! bands No Longer Music (NLM - USA) and Nuteki (Belarus) teamed up for the third time to share the Gospel on tour in Ukraine. During the course of their 11 shows in ten cities, the two bands were able to bring the message of Jesus to over 20,000 people.

Katie Schaumann

Katie is a staff writer and part of Come&Live!’s Artist Relations and Development team.​

Nuteki opened for NLM during their Ukraine tour, and quickly drew large crowds each night. At the close of each concert, Steiger and NLM founder David Pierce preached from stage and Nuteki’s lead singer, Misha, shared his testimony. Both bands were then able to pray and talk with all those who wanted to learn more about Jesus or surrender their lives to Him. They saw over 700 people respond to their message, and many were connected with local churches.

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The NLM/Nuteki tour was joined by 70 passionate Ukrainian young people, who helped to promote each show, and provided follow-up for all those interested in knowing more about the Gospel. Nuteki hosted five different follow-up meetings, where over 600 people came to learn more about Jesus, and living in relationship with Him.

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Pray for the thousands in Ukraine that heard the message, that God would move powerfully in their lives. Pray for No Longer Music as they conclude their 2017 European Summer Tour, and pray for doors to be opened in the Russian-speaking world for Nuteki to continue to share the Gospel.



Follow No Longer Music and Nuteki, and read more about their tour in Ukraine:



No Longer Music: http://steiger.org/news/nlm-tour-blog
Nuteki:  https://www.facebook.com/nuteki/
https://www.facebook.com/mishanuteki

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