The broad aim of this book on African Church History is to depict Christianity as a dynamic and expanding force. The book shows briefly how Christianity came to Africa and how it was linked to early European penetration into the continent of Africa. The prevailing situation in Africa with regard to religion and social structure is also presented. Needless to say, Christianity has had great impact on African religion and culture. The book also indicates some of the methods used in Evangelization of Africa, as well as the problems encountered in the endeavor. The book further traces and explains the growth and development of Christianity in various parts of Africa. Finally the incarnation of Christianity in independent Africa is presented. This book is designed to assist teachers and students dealing with the subject of African Church History. It is basically an introduction to the subject, and for that reason it is intended to provide the basic reading materials. It provides an outline of the salient themes to be covered in studying African Church History. It can be used as a text book for students taking Church History in University and colleges of formation.