Korean dramas make us swoon and smile, but their effects may not be as innocent as we think! In our latest issue, we talk about about what real love is and how to love God with our minds. Also, we look at what defines truth – facts or our feelings? Lastly, what should we do if our parents dislike our friends and which are 3 of our favourite youtube channels? Read on to find out more!
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!
It’s a new year! For some of us, transitions can be challenging but we offer hope that change doesn’t have to be something we dread. Also, is kissing okay in a relationship? What about hugging? We talk about intentionally creating boundaries and pursuing purity. Lastly, how do we respond when a friend drifts apart? Purchase our latest issue to find out more!
We talk about why justice matters, what it means to be Jesus’ hands and feet and learn more about Tamar Village, a ministry that brings hope and comfort to streetwalkers. Also, we look at the differences between the Christian Bible and other holy books. Lastly, is Pokemon Go or a no go? Read on to find out more!
Are women meant to be strong or subservient? We explore the heart of femininity, what it means to be a woman created by God and how to love Him extravagantly! We also seek to discover who the author of the Bible is and why we can trust it. Lastly, are cliques good or bad? Read on to find out more!
Our freshly revamped issue comes with new features like recommendations of books and music from the Kallos team, an article on how we can trust that the bible is real and a devotional column on spending quality time with God. We also look at how to respond when a guy confesses his love, dieting the healthy way and a guide to surviving 3 weeks without social media.