The hashtag #squadgoals is everywhere on social media, putting forward the perfect image of friendship and causing envy everywhere. NATALIE HANNA TAN shares her thoughts on what she’s learnt about true friendship as a result of this trend.
A co-founder of two social enterprises by her mid-20s, Audrey Tan is not one to sit still. DOROTHEA WONG finds out what drives Audrey to keep going.
love · media · wisdom
The riveting story of Hannah Baker and her tragic suicide has gripped teens across the world. But apart from swooning over lead actors, Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford, is this series really worth watching?
identity · media
In the face of nasty online attacks, remember that you are still deeply loved and cherished by God Almighty.
“And from that time on Saul kept a jealous eye on David.” 1 Samuel 18:9
Have you ever stopped to thank God for all the people in your life? KALLOS challenges you to 21 days of thankfulness!
holiness · wisdom
Rules, rules, rules! Why are there so many rules in the Bible? In 1 Peter 3:15, we are exhorted to “always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” HANNAH LEUNG considers why we need rules to experience real freedom.
More than one social media account? HANNAH LEUNG reflects on the dangers of carving out a private space on Instagram.
prayer · world
What if you were offered a job that paid you to chill at a café, eat your favourite food and play card games while hanging out with someone who wants to hear more about your day at school? Sounds harmless. Would you take up the offer? What if you knew that that “someone” was a 40-year old man who might touch you inappropriately? Today, many Japanese schoolgirls are found in this risky situation.