Join us for our final week of Crossroads 2020: Prophetic Living in a Broken World. For this fifth webinar, we have invited Michael Burns to speak to the Church’s Call to Respond. This webinar will be set up as a meeting, and we invite you to stay for a half-hour small group discussion after the Q&A. Come be a part of the conversation!
Attendance at prior webinars is not required to join on Monday, but if you’d like to catch up on any you missed, see below for links to the recordings.
Crossroads 2020: Week 5
Featuring Michael Burns
on the Church’s Call to Respond
Monday, November 9, 11am-12pm* EST
(*Optional Small Group Discussion, 12-12:30pm)
About Michael Burns:
Michael Burns is a teacher in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Church of Christ. He is a graduate of Wesley Seminary of Indiana Wesleyan University (MA). He taught high school history in the central city of Milwaukee for nearly ten years. He is a national and international biblical teacher at churches and workshops. He is the founder and director of the Ministry Development and Training Academies centered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and serves as an instructor in the Ministry Training Academies in Africa. He is the author of the C.O.R.E. series of books. He married his wife, MyCresha, in 1997. They have two sons and reside in Roseville, Minnesota.
Catch Up on Crossroads Webinars You Missed:
For the past four weeks, the Crossroads Team, Racial Equity and Justice Ministries, and the Center for Leadership Excellence have hosted webinars that highlighted four different ethnic groups, the history of racism and exclusionary policy each group has experienced in the United States, and how racism is currently manifested and experienced by the groups. The recordings of each of these webinars is available if you’d like to catch up on anything you missed:
- Dr. Robert Chao Romero on the experiences of Latinos [watch it here]
- Rev. Dr. Michael Battle on the experiences of African Americans [watch it here]
- Dr. Malinda Maynard Lowery on the experiences of Native Americans [watch it here]
- Rev. Dr. Sangwoo Kim on the experiences of people of Asian descent [watch it here]