Issue 19

January - February 2017

It’s a new year! For some of us, transitions can be challenging but we offer hope that change doesn’t have to be something we dread. Also, is kissing okay in a relationship? What about hugging? We talk about intentionally creating boundaries and pursuing purity. Lastly, how do we respond when a friend drifts apart? Purchase our latest issue to find out more!

In This Issue

Friendships

Staying Joyful In Transition

Change is inevitable, but it doesn’t mean we have to dread it. DOROTHEA WONG tells us how we can stay afloat even when everything feels uncertain.

Inspiration · Worship

Spotlight: Aarksara – Singing Through Suffering

Imagine being plagued by sickness just when you thought that life was about to begin. Aarksara went through just that. DOROTHEA WONG hears her story.

Courage · Devotionals · Studies

When Things Change, God Remains

“the LORD was with Joseph and gave him success in whatever he did” (Genesis 39:23)

Apologetics · Faith

Dig Deeper: What Is Tolerance?

Tolerance is the common answer to the problem of differing opinions, but what does it really mean? HANNAH LEUNG digs deeper.

Challenge · Family

The Parent Trap

We might live under the same roof as our parents but how often do we intentionally converse with them? Kallos challenges a pair of sisters to do so for 14 days!

Prayer · World

Sex Initiation In Mozambique

Imagine this: You have lost your parents to HIV and now live with your relatives. One night, your auntie sends boys into your room to rape you so that she can earn some money. This is the reality of teenage girls in Beira, Mozambique today.