It takes a church: the need for a visible, audible, understandable, and corporate Gospel witness to unreached British Asian communities
Large numbers of South Asians have immigrated to the United Kingdom, and Christians have embraced a variety of outreach methods. Lacking has been an emphasis on church planting. The literature tends to focus on personal evangelism, creating a need to examine the role the church has in witness. The purpose of this qualitative research study was to explore how converted British Asian Christians evaluate the role of the local church in its witness to the British Asian community. This study concluded that contextualized church planting should be the primary strategy for witness to the unbelieving South Asian immigrant populations.
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