This work looks at the question of evangelization and inculturation amid rapid social change in West Africa. It is articulated with conviction that the integration of faith and culture is the way to go in such context. Since this study is built on practical theology, the underlying method employed is praxis-theory-praxis. Ethnographic method of participant observation is also utilized not just as an anthropological method but also as a ministerial way of doing theology. Crucial elements of experience, tradition and culture are engaged in an assertive dialogue in order to generate relevant pastoral strategies by way of commendations and recommendations.