Do you need to be an owl, a great oak tree, or a bearded old man to be wise? Thankfully, no! HANNAH LEUNG and ISABEL PHUA share how they gained wisdom when they felt like dummies.
family · restoration
One of the things that HANNAH LEUNG battled in her relationship with her twin sister was jealousy. How do you become unjealous of someone?
The hearing-impaired are a group we rarely think about, yet Victoria Ng saw a need and ended up becoming an interpreter for the deaf in church. DOROTHEA WONG finds out about her passion for the deaf and how God has used her to serve them.
love · sexuality
Oxytocin can cause warm “fuzzies” to help partners feel closer or more bonded to one another — but that can lead to a false sense of security.
Everyone needs friends and community. But how do I even connect with God’s people when I am struggling with social anxiety?
challenge · evangelism
How much do we know about the migrant workers that tirelessly work to contribute to the growth of Singapore? KALLOS challenged a reader to interact with migrant workers and she was pleasantly surprised!
faith · inspiration
Looking for a female mentor who can inspire you? There’s no better place to look than in history! QUEK SHI YUN tells Esther Anh Kim’s story, who was determined never to turn her back on Christ — even if it cost her her life.
apologetics · evangelism · faith
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.” BENITA LIM suggests three thoughts to consider when approaching difficult questions.
devotionals · wisdom
“But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.” Matthew 6:20