by Moody Adams Christianity has grown from 9% to 63% in sub-Saharan Africa.
"As a result of historic missionary activity and indigenous Christian movements by Africans, there has been this change from about one in 10 (sub-Saharan Africans) identifying with Christianity in 1910 to about six in 10 doing so today," reports Conrad Hackett said. He is the lead researcher on the new "Global Christianity" report.
Since the war with the Sudanís Muslims ended the Bible Skills Institute students have won over 140,000 to Christ in sub-Saharan Africa.
We are thankful to God we have some small part in carrying out the Great Commission.