There’s a noticeable rise in the number of Chinese nationals converting to Christianity in Africa and it is being attributed to African evangelical churches, reports Asia News.
Christopher Rhodes, a lecturer at Boston University’s College of General Studies, wrote an article published in the UnHerd website: “Many local African churches have reached out to Chinese workers, including incorporating Mandarin into services. A number of Chinese, in turn, have welcomed the sense of community and belonging that these Christian churches offer.”
According to Premier, China has become ‘Africa’s largest economic partner’ in the last nine years. Consulting firm McKinsey & Company published a