By 2060, six of the world's 10 largest Christian countries will be in Africa

A woman prays at an all-female Christian gathering in Kumasi, Ghana January 6, 2017. Ghana's biggest Christian women's group "Women's Aglow" gathered at a university square for an all-night prayer session. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko    SEARCH "FAITH KOKOROKO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.? - RC1A09619A70

There are more Christians in Africa than any other continent. Image: REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko

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