Issue 25

January - February 2018

Can a Christian go clubbing? In this new year, we talk about what it means to be a courageous Christian, including the subject about clubbing and what it taught one girl about purity. “Sorry” often seems to be the hardest word, but can it really mend our broken relationships? Lastly, we tackle the million dollar question, “Did Jesus really exist?”. Is there evidence to prove it?

In This Issue

inspiration

Spotlight: Hazel Kweh Founder Of Bloomback

What has flowers got to do with underprivileged women? DOROTHEA WONG speaks to Hazel Kweh to find out!

courage · forgiveness

Why Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

Have you ever had the word ‘sorry’ stuck in your throat, your lips refusing to cooperate and apologise? You’re not alone! CHRISTIANA CHAN explains why saying ‘sorry’ takes courage and humility.

friendships · studies

Dear Kallos: How Do I Deal With Anxiety?

In the face of societal pressures on excellence, how do you remember your true worth?

apologetics · faith

Dig Deeper: Did Jesus Really Exist?

Was Jesus a real person in history? Or is He just some kind of urban legend?

courage · devotionals

Out Of The Harbor

“Come,” he said. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus.” Matthew 14:29

prayer · world

Foreign Domestic Workers In Singapore

A foreigner. Physically abused. Isolated from the world. Watched 24/7. Named “stupid”. 18 hours of work. No weekends off. Some call it modern-day slavery, and it’s happening at our very doorsteps. This is what many foreign domestic workers (FDWs) in Singapore go through.