love · relationships
Korean dramas make us swoon and smile, but their effects may not be as innocent as we think. DOROTHEA WONG reflects on what K-dramas have taught her about love.
holiness · wisdom
“Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think about such things.” Philippians 4:8
As co-founder of KEJJ, an artists’ collective that marries their unique creative giftings with a desire to glorify God, Kristen Kiong has her hands full… and that’s not even including her full-time job! DOROTHEA WONG sits down with her for a chat.
family · relationships · restoration
Can we say we love God if we don’t know Him? HANNAH LEUNG does some soul-searching to answer this question.
Do first impressions really count? And if so, will they last forever?
challenge · family
Do you struggle with connecting and conversing with your grandparents? Do you feel like you lack the time and energy to visit them? In this issue, CHERYL WEE takes on the Kallos Challenge to spend time with her grandma.
apologetics · faith
FAKE NEWS. ALTERNATIVE FACTS. What’s that all about? QUEK SHIWEI investigates the truth about a post-truth world.
On the tenth anniversary of her mother’s death, May asks a troubling question about the woman who loved her but left her too soon. What will May discover? Find out in Part I of this 3-part story!
prayer · world
You’ve been banished from your house and forced to live in a dark and windowless hut made of mud, straw, and cow dung for the next few days. You are all alone, untouchable, for something you can’t control. And the worst thing is knowing that next month, this will all happen again. Your “crime”? Being on your period. This is the reality of women in west Nepal.