Endorsements from other Servants of God
In the first 20-plus years of my ministry, only about ten people were healed through my prayer. But in 2005, when Grace, my wife and I learned from the founder of The Elijah Challenge about using the scriptural method [of authority] to minister healing, my ministry was forever transformed. Since then, Grace and I were able to minister healing to many with positive results. And in the last 12 years, we have about 10,000 healing testimonies.
In 2012, I was invited to join and subsequently introduce the healing ministry to the Foursquare Gospel Church of Malaysia. Foursquare Churches basically adhere to four important aspects of ministry – Christ the Savior, Christ the Baptizer, Christ the Healer and Christ the soon-coming King. I was told that “one of [the sides of] the square is missing”.
Thanks to The Elijah Challenge Training, today, in Foursquare Malaysia, “Christ the Healer” is no longer missing. Most of our Foursquare pastors have been taught how to command healing in the mighty name of Jesus.
Personally, after being enlightened by The Elijah Challenge teaching on healing, I was also gloriously healed of an autoimmune disease known as Ankylosing Spondylitis. Today, I walk and move without any pain and have no need for painkillers, walking stick or wheelchair. Praise God for His healing power.
I am forever thankful to the founders of the ministry for introducing The Elijah Challenge to us. The Foursquare churches in this part of the world are never the same anymore. We now minister with power and authority to heal the infirm and preach the Kingdom of God.
-Reverend Albert Kang
Coordinator, Elijah Challenge Asia
Founder/Director, Healing Encounter Ministry (HEM)
General Secretary, Foursquare Gospel Church of Malaysia
General Secretary, Foursquare Gospel Church of Singapore
Lead Pastor, FaithLine International Ministries
Pastoral Advisor, Overcomers Church, Perth, Western Australia
Facilitator, Haggai Institute of Malaysia
His testimony of miraculous healing from Ankylosing Spondylitis
Earlier Reports from Albert Kang after the Training