Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Evangelism, Multicultural, Reconciliation, African American, Caucasian
Stigger, Panisha Levern, "The Messiah, The Mandate, and the Mission to Implement Multicultural Evangelism Through Intentional Racial Reconciliation Among African Americans and Caucasian Christians" (2021). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 3233.
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African Americans and Caucasian Christians were created as one race and must become revolutionary, re-emerge, and re-engage through a 911 effervescent perspective to share the gospel message to one another, juxtaposing to all people. God’s creation of humankind extends to God’s beloved church as the established community of believers encapsulating doctrine that notably and unapologetically symbolizes all believers represent the body of Christ whom Christ died for (1 Corinthians 12:27) (2 Corinthians 5:15). This project echoes biblical Scriptures and elaborates upon a bonified message that says, racial reconciliation is crucial for African Americans and Caucasian Christians to engulf the world through the lens of multicultural evangelism. Biblical Scriptures are of significance within this project because reconciliation was birthed through Jesus Christ and this project’s foundation is constructed to also reignite the fire of God in the heart of African Americans and Caucasian believers to share the gospel of Jesus Christ reciprocally, multilaterally, and multiculturally encapsulating the Great Commission for the Kingdom of God.