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Former Sikh/Hindu speaking in Inverness

  

After Church Event

 

Sunday 26th August, 2007 at 7.45pm
in

the Merkinch Community Centre

Inverness

 

Pastor Kul Bal Singh will be the guest speaker.

 

Ian Ross and Kul  Bal

Pastors Ian Ross (ICF) and Kul Bal
 



Kul Bal practised Sikhism and then Hinduism before what he describes as a Damascus Road experience 19 years ago in Aberdeen. Pastor Kul is now based in Melbourne, Australia and heads up ‘Fire and Reign Ministries’.

He is a superb communicator and a larger than life character with a passionate heart for God. He gave up a well paid job to serve the Lord full time bringing encouragement, restoration and inner healing to individuals and ministries.
 

Kul Bal has been very much in demand around Scotland but has expressed a desire to come to Inverness and has fitted us in his tight schedule at short notice.


Further info:

Alison Spriggs

T. 01463 791238

or



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Feedback:
Editor 27/08/2007 17:54
"Wacky" is a tame and grossly inadequate word to describe pastor/evangelist and healer Kul Bal Singh. Yet his pawky "address" to those gathering in the Merkinch Community Centre was also profound and challenging. Pastor Kul Bal spoke of his Malaysian lineage, his early years in Australia, and adult life in Aberdeen.

Though now domiciled in Australia, it was in the Granite City that he married his Scots wife Elaine, had children and was converted from a Sikh/Hindu religious background - following the traumatic death of his new-born twins. His wife had become a Christian whilst carrying the children, through being rescued from a demonic attack by reciting the Lord's Prayer - the only text she knew at the time.

However, Kul Bal's early "escape" from the pain of loosing the newborn children was to turn to alcohol. Though making a commitment to Christ through the witness of a college lecturer, he spent fifteen months as a slave to bottle. His "faith" - by his own admission - was a sham. Ultimately, and following a miraculous encounter with Jesus following the near death of a subsequent child, he came to full repentance and faith.

Peppered throughout with gags and zany laughter, and taking his text from the encounter between Moses and the burning bush, his address challenged his listeners to live and exercise a "supernatural faith in a natural setting".
Walking around in his stocking soles, he cited many instances of miraculous healings - including that of a child born with two heads which became "merged" into one - through his wife's ministry as she called on "the name of Jesus". Through the incident a whole village of over 300 Hindus was converted.

Pastor Kul Bal Singh's presentation of the Gospel certainly stretched the traditional Highland comfort zone; but it would be very difficult for anyone listening to the man to deny the vitality, reality and prophetic witness of his life, faith and ministry.

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