No matter what type of change in a given targeted group of people, any method that is used needs biblical warrant2. There are very many ways of church planting, but most are shallow and gimmicky. These methods will die with time for not giving the converts a good foundation of doctrines and intimacy with Christ. Fads will pass, however, planted churches which externally from a scriptural patterned core of dynamics offers a great potential of forming a lasting presence. It is vital for the ministries to develop an Oak tree that is lasting and not a mushroom that is fading.
Church planting in Leeds uses a method that is simple which takes advantage of the present open doors. It is of interest to see a church planting movement that is free from gimmicks and fluff witnessed in most of the movement. At the same time, to see freedom from some of the organization paralysis that are over-loaded that are witnessed by most of the groups of church planting in the West. The chosen method should not be considered as the only best method of each and every situation but as a successful method for like people and cultures groups.
The research proposal will focus in one of the minority groups in Leeds which will be the Indians. The research will focus on Indians of the age 10 to 21 years old and will consider both the boys and girls. In Leeds, the population of Indians is about 16,130 which about 2.1%. This makes them the second largest single BME community in the city. Moortown ward has the highest number of Indian people of about 1,680 which accounts to about 7.4 of the population of the residence in that ward. The second ward with a large number of Indians is Alwoodley consisting of 1,506 people contribution to 6.6 percent of the population of the residents. In Leeds, Over 40% of Indians in the city lives in five wards; 8.4% in the City and Hunslet, 10.5% in Moortown, 6.9% in both Calverley and