Preachers take to the streets in Minneapolis to turn tragedy to hope Part 1
15:50 | Jun 12, 2020
Up until two weeks ago, 38th Street and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis was an intersection that most people had never heard of. Now that street corner is being used as a place to share a message of hope.
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was taken into police custody at that intersection and died after a police officer knelt on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds.
Last week, Christophe Ulysse who serves with YWAM in Kona, Hawaii as a leader in a ministry called Messengers, had the opportunity to travel to Minneapolis to that exact street corner to preach.
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