This study examined extant scholarship focused on the use of religious coping resources by traumatized African refugees resettled in the United States of America (USA). Most African refugees are from war-torn, naturaldisaster-affected, ethnic, religious, and political conflicts ridden countries. Moreover, resettling in the USA equally precipitates traumatic experiences for African refugees. It is therefore not uncommon that African refugees are usually symptomatic of traumatic experiences such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and depression. We systematically searched seven databases using keywords to identify evidence-based religious coping strategies often utilized by traumatized African refugees. The study found that religious activities and membership of religious... congregations show marked improvements in overcoming traumatic experiences among African refugees. In addition personalized religious undertakings empowered African refugees to effectively address traumatic reminiscences, and acculturation stressors in the USA. Implications for social work practice, education, and policy as it relates to African refugees are delineated.