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The Church’s Role In Bringing Change To Racial Justice And Reconciliation


Racial injustice is a concern worldwide. As different communities stem up and work in support of oppressed communities daily, the question lingering on the minds of many is about the church’s role in addressing it.

In honor of Black History Month, I talk to Chuck Mingo, founder, and CEO of Living Undivided about the church’s input in countering racial injustice.



We speak about:

  • The function of the church in healing the wounds of racism
  • How God led Chuck to start a racial reconciliation movement 
  • The value in graduating from awareness to action when creating a change toward racial injustice and reconciliation
  • The priotirizitation of cross-culture relationships in one’s  lives 
  • How Christians can get involved in combating racism 



  • The Bible has a lot to say about how we live out justice

  • As a church there is a role we play, we are called to take action.

  • The journey for all of us is a journey of three things, a journey of awareness, a journey of relationships, and a journey of action.

  • When you are at a funeral or wedding that is how you see how diverse one’s network is.

  • Righteousness and justice are the foundations of God’s throne

  • As believers, we cannot separate personal righteousness from public pursuit of justice


Episode Resources


Connect with Chuck Mingo

Website: https://chuckmingo.com/ 

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