Missionary Portrait and Testimony: Singanahalli

Gospel For Asia native missionary portrait of Singanahalli.


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ONFS, Acrylic on Canvas, 34.5 cm x 46 cm (13.5″ x 18″)


Singanahalli is a native missionary with Gospel For Asia. This is his personal salvation testimony:

I was born July 8, 1974, into a Hindu family in India. Following the tradition, I grew up worshipping idols, visiting temples and offering sacrifices. Then suddenly, one day, I was affected by paralysis of the legs. I became very weak and could not walk. During all those days, my parents cried out to the Hindu gods, in the hope that I would be cured. But nothing helped, and I continued to suffer.

One day, a pastor visited my home and shared the Gospel message with my family. From the Scriptures he shared that Jesus heals the sick, saves the sinners and raises the dead. Though I was hearing the Gospel for the first time, I understood that Christ was slain on the cross for me. Soon repenting of my transgressions, I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Saviour. The moment I turned to the Almighty, He touched and healed me. My legs became strong, and I began to walk like before. Thereafter joining a believers’ church, I made a public testimony of my faith.

From the very day I gave my heart to the Lord, my only desire turned to exalt His name among the lost. Soon, God called me for full-time ministry, and I dedicated myself to expand the Lord’s kingdom and joined a Bible school.

As a full-time evangelist, I work in the unreached villages of India. The majority of the people I minister to are Hindus; most of them have never heard the name of Jesus.

(To obtain Gospel For Asia’s free book, Revolution in World Missions, see “Free Book“)

(To read more testimonies of  how people from all around the world met God, see “Salvation Testimonies”. If you have questions about God, please see “Is God Real?”)

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