What if instead of the topic of race only creating intensely heated or shamefully hushed conversations, there was an environment where those conversations could become catalysts for the kind of growth that bridges racial divides? UNDIVIDED is the manifestation of that hope. In today’s episode, Chuck Mingo, founder of UNDIVIDED, explains what racism looks like today and how it hurts everyone. We talk about things from second-hand smoke to prison, to monks, and Babylon…and how all of these things relate to race.
Chuck Mingo is the founder and CEO of UNDIVIDED, a program that takes participants through life-changing moments of racial healing. Through his passion for justice and racial reconciliation, Chuck has transformed UNDIVIDED from a congregational training into a national movement with hub cities emerging throughout the country. Chuck’s leadership through UNDIVIDED has inspired and mobilized thousands from diverse backgrounds around the nation. Reaching beyond church walls, UNDIVIDED has even extended into prisons, and internationally to South Africa.
Prior to taking on the CEO role for UNDIVIDED full-time, Chuck served as a teaching pastor at one of the largest churches in America, Crossroads Church, for 13 years. Prior to being a pastor, Chuck spent 9 years in the corporate world at Procter & Gamble. Chuck is married with three children and calls Cincinnati, Ohio home. Chuck’s words and work have been featured in USA Today and The New York Times.
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