Pastor Pritam Singh Sandhu is a Punjabi Christian and live in Singapore. He is the founder of South Asian Connection http://www.southasianconnection.com and lead Pastor of South Asian International Fellowship http://www.saifchurch.com - a multicultural church reaching out to the South Asian community in Singapore and beyond.
South Asian International Fellowship also has a SAIF-Telugu and SAIF Tamil congregation - a focused targeted weekly evangelistic ministry to the migrant workers of Telugu and Tamil origin in Singapore mainly of blue collar shipyard and construction workers and some mission focussed Indian Singaporean PR families.
SOUTH ASIAN INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP
SAIF English Service 5.00 – 6.30pm
SAIF Telugu Service 7.00 – 9.00pm
SAIF Tamil Service 7.00 – 9.00pm
Location - BIBLE HOUSE, 3rd floor - 7 Armenian Street, Singapore (179932) - 7 Minutes Walk from City Hall MRT Station.
The Vision Of South Asian International Fellowship Is To Establish An International New Testament Type Ministry Through Which South Asians Will Be Empowered To Reach And Disciple The Nations For Christ.
Pastor Pritam Singh Sandhu is also the International Coordinator for the South Asian Global Convention http://www.SAGC2009.com - an International Gathering for South Asian Christian Youth and Young Adults for Mission Mobilization. He has served as the Youth Pastor/ Leader of Khush Khabri Fellowship in Singapore [1996-2000, 2005-2007] and Youth Pastor at the International Punjabi Masihi Church in Vancouver, Canada [2000-2005].
He was a former Sikh-Christian now, a dreamer, a visionary leader and a risk-taker in God's Kingdom. He is passionate about young people and mentoring the Next Generation of South Asian leaders. He is also interested in networking among churches and engaging the cultures.
Pastor Pritam Singh Sandhu was a Biology and Chemistry teacher at Bukit View Secondary School and Vice-Principal at BMC Training Institute, a private education school in Singapore. He holds a Bachelor of Science [Biology] degree from the National University of Singapore, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education [Distinctions] from Nanyang Technological University, a Certificate in Christian Ministry from the Asian Christian Training School in Malaysia and a Masters of Christian Studies in Applied Theology from Regent College in Vancouver, Canada.
Pastor Pritam Singh Sandhu is also a Singapore registered licensed marriage solemnizer and conducts both civil and ceremonial marriages.
Pastor Pritam Singh Sandhu has two children - Sujaan Kaur Sandhu [born 21/06/04] and Saajan Singh Sandhu [born 04/01/09], and is married to Dr. Balbir Kaur Chaal, a UK-born Punjabi Christian and Cambridge University educated molecular biologist.
'LOOKING FOR DIRECTIONS - towards an Asian Spirituality' is our new book written specifically for young (Diaspora) Asians, as well as those who want to reach and understand them. It presents the Gospel in a way that addresses some of the misconceptions and questions that young Asians may have and also provides questions for further group or individual study.
If 'Desi' may be cool,but it can also be confusing. Young Diaspora Asians live in multiple worlds …Paradoxically, however much they rebel against their parents' world ('back home' – wherever that is), as they follow their parents into work, marriage, parenthood, many find themselves drawn back into that world. Roots do matter, after all. But it 's not just roots in the sub-continent. It 's more fundamental than that. Where do we all come from? And where are we going? Is there a purpose in life? How do we 'connect' with that purpose and with whatever power or will lies behind it?
Which way do we look? Which spirituality do we choose?
Looking for Directions
asks some of the 'big ' questions of life. It offers a perspective but allows you to learn for yourself and form your own judgement and response. What is important is that each of us learns to test and evaluate the spiritual for ourselves. We need a mature response: neither gullible -accepting everything uncritically; nor sceptical - rejecting the spiritual because we are so bound up with material things.
The books will retail at £5.00/US$8.50 each plus postage and packing. Payments in sterling should be made to 'South Asian Concern' and sent to South Asian Concern, PO Box 43, Sutton, Surrey, SM2 5WL, UK