Issue 20

March - April 2017

In this issue, we reflect on the glory and wonder of our Creator and how every single one of us is a unique creation. We also review the movie 50 Shades Darker, talked about emotional boundaries in our relationships and got to interview an ex-supermodel! Lastly, find out how a girl reacted when her boyfriend told her to dress more modestly. Enjoy!

In This Issue

apologetics · inspiration

Spotlight: Tracy Trinita From Supermodel To Pastor

Fame. Money. Glamour. Tracy Trinita had it all. Why would a supermodel at the peak of her career give everything up to follow Jesus? DOROTHEA WONG finds out.

love · media · wisdom

Review: “Fifty Shades Darker”; Should I Watch The Movie?

The second movie in the Fifty Shades trilogy was released just last month. Should we watch the movie or read the books? BENITA LIM gives her take on the popular series.

challenge

Dialogue In The Dark

What would you do if you lost your sight tomorrow? Would you be able to cope with daily activities like travelling, eating, or studying? We often take our sense of sight for granted, and that also means that we don’t usually think about the daily challenges that the visually impaired face.

We wanted to understand the struggles that the visually impaired encounter on a daily basis, so Kallos sent four readers to Dialogue in the Dark Singapore, an experiential learning space that allows visitors to navigate through a darkened environment while executing daily tasks. Here’s their experience!

love · relationships

Emotionally Engaged

We know that we need physical boundaries in a relationship, but is that all there is? In Part II of this series, QUEK SHI YUN discusses an oft-neglected aspect of boundaries in a relationship — emotional boundaries.

devotionals · identity

Everyone Is A Masterpiece

“I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.” (Psalm 139:14)

faith

Never Lose Your Wonder

We walk through a masterpiece every single day, but we don’t often consider the artist. HANNAH LEUNG, ISABEL PHUA, and DOROTHEA WONG reflect on how the world around us reveals the glory and wonder of the Creator.