Issue 18

November - December 2016

We talk about why justice matters, what it means to be Jesus’ hands and feet and learn more about Tamar Village, a ministry that brings hope and comfort to streetwalkers. Also, we look at the differences between the Christian Bible and other holy books. Lastly, is Pokemon Go or a no go? Read on to find out more!

In This Issue

courage · social justice

Why Justice Matters – Giving Voice For The Voiceless

When we see someone in need, do we reach out and help, or do we walk on by? JOANNE ONG challenges us to stand up for those can’t speak for themselves.

family · prayer

Dear Kallos: I Know That I Can Turn To God But Sometimes It Seems That He Isn’t There

When you don’t understand, when you don’t see His plan, when you can’t trace His hand, will you trust His heart?

challenge · evangelism

Take The Christmas Challenge

Christmas is the season of giving. Grab a couple of friends for this challenge and bless the cleaners in the hawker centres together!

courage · devotionals · social justice

Living Out Justice And Compassion

Have you ever seen someone in need in public and struggled to lend a helping hand?

prayer · world

Female Education In Pakistan

In Singapore, education for all is a given that is often taken for granted. Many of us have even had days when we wished that we didn’t have to go to school! However, in Pakistan, the reality is that girls are denied entry to schools, purely on the basis of their gender.