Articles by

Gabriel Ong

Money Matters

Crypto crash: A word of caution and comfort for investors

The latest cryptocurrency crash is all anyone’s talking about these days. After the stablecoin TerraUSD (UST) became unpegged to the US dollar earlier this month, the value of its affiliated...

Family

Mummy, the woman who gave up everything for us

Whenever I read Bible verses that spoke of “dying to self”, I can’t help but have tears well up in my eyes. I will always remember how my mother embodied this value while she was still on...

Real Life, Real People

Missions: How saying yes to God took me from Pasir Ris to Przemyśl

When the invasion first happened, many of my friends around me were posting about it on Instagram Stories (IGS). My Christian friends put out calls for prayer, and so I prayed. I saw it as my...

Church Life

How’s your cell group doing?

With churches reopening and new opportunities to meet in person in larger groups, it’s a good time to take a step back and examine how our cell groups have been growing (or not growing) over the...

Outreach

“I’ve learnt more in two weeks than the last 24 years,” says young Singaporean who dropped everything to help Ukrainian refugees

What is it that compels a young Singaporean to hitchhike and travel rough over all the world, and most lately — right into the border of war-torn Ukraine? The voice of God, as JONATHAN NEO would...

Discipleship

Feeding your soul in a time of crisis

In my last post, I reflected on our new status as refugees from Ukraine. I talked about some of the ways that God had prepared me for this crisis and was helping me process this new reality. The...

Workplace

How God moved me to give up my business

When I first came to know God, it was not difficult for me to decide to follow Him. I was overwhelmingly grateful that He had saved me from my old life and forgave me of my sins. But a year after...

Discipleship

Mentors: My life would have been so different without them

I started out in Primary School as a really good boy. After all, I was enculturated with polished manners because of my church and mission school upbringing. However, I was very restless on the...

Devotionals

Let it out before you burn out

Our yard flooded a few times during the recent rainy season. The water was inches from both our front and back doors.  So, I decided to get hold of a pump to get rid of the water, sending it through...