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November 2014 News

Belinda’s album dream realised

  • Written by  Ian Anderson
Belinda Tigell performs at the City Celebration Photo: Dale White

Local singer-songwriter Belinda Tigell’s experience of writing and producing her debut album is a testimony of the unity within our city.

Belinda shared with the City Celebration audience that, apart from realising her dream, one of the great joys of producing the album was the team that God brought alongside her.

“In about 2007, Rev. Edgar Mayer from Living Grace Lutheran Church was doing a Holy Spirit seminar at St Bart’s Anglican church, and I took a girl along who I was mentoring,” said Belinda.

“At the end of the weekend he invited people up to be ministered to and I sensed the girl I was with wanted to go up. So we went forward and I was thrilled when it was Ps. David Blair, from Vision Community Church who was to pray for her.”

After Ps. David had prayed for her friend, Belinda said she was surprised when he moved to her and started prophesying that she would write songs of healing, salvation and deliverance.

“So here I was, working at a Presbyterian Church at the time, at a charismatic meeting being taught by a Lutheran Pastor that was being hosted by an Anglican church and being prayed for by a Pentecostal Pastor.”

“How awesome is that! God at work in our city!”

“I know I wouldn’t have seen this dream realised if it wasn’t for us, the city-wide church,” she said.

Belinda’s debut album “Jubilee” was officially launched on November 7. For more information and to purchase a copy, visit www.belindatigellministries.com.

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