This is the story of Bakht Singh, a man who despite his human frailties and limitations God used to do extraordinary things. During the time of India's struggle for political independance. Aakht Singh's ministry grew from evangelist and revivalist to world-renowned church planter and speaker.
This amazing account of Bahkt Singh - from a Sikh, to an atheist to his miraxulous conversion to Christ - is filled with examples of a life that is lived totally committed to God. Bahkt Singh depended solely on God for his every need, both personal and corperate. Even in the simplest matters, he did nothing without first seeking to know the Lord's will. This book is full of God's miraculous provisions and timing for this man of faith and prayer.
Dr. T. E. Koshy narrates how God led Bakht Singh to establish indigenous local churches patterned after New Testament principles, which helped dispel the misconception that Christianity is a Western religion and not relevant to the people of India. From his extensive research and interviews with Bakht Singh and his siblings, friends, associates, and fellow believers, Dr. Koshy has written an intimate account of the vision and mission of this incredible man.
You will be inspired as you read what God can do with someone who is willing to trust Him, no matter the cost.
About Dr. T. E. Koshy:
Dr. T. E. Koshy was born and raised in Kerala, India. He has multiple degrees from the University of Bombay, Moorland Bible College in England, and Syracuse University, where he also holds a PhD in mass communications. Koshy is an international speaker and teacher and has ministered in almost forty countries. He is married to Indira and lives in Syracuse, NY.