Undivided participants champion ballot measure to promote equality

The New York Times featured this OpEd written by Crossroads Oakley Community Pastor Chuck Mingo along with Lynn Watts and Troy Jackson. The piece focuses on the efforts of Crossroads Church and its Undivided program to pass a ballot initiative that raised millions to support high-quality preschool for children in poverty in Cincinnati.

The election-year effort was just a part of the church’s work toward racial reconciliation. The Undivided program itself is a six-week program that places participants in small, multiracial groups in which meaningful discussions connected to fundamental Christian truths take place. Participants are then empowered to turn their learnings into action.

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