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Mental Health

Remembering RVHS: Will more of our young people come forward to be heard and healed?

A year ago, tragedy struck River Valley High School when a 16-year-old boy carried a weapon and allegedly took the life of another boy in that community. As someone close to a number of students in...

Worldview

Roe vs Wade: Unpacking the issue of abortion

For 49 years, the US protected abortion as a constitutional right. All this changed on June 24, with the overturning of the landmark Roe vs Wade ruling by the Supreme Court. The implication of this...

Faith

FOPx Worship Night 2022: Are our hearts on fire?

“Come, Holy Spirit.” This was the one line that came up repeatedly last night. As someone who has never attended an outdoor worship event, I found that there was a distinct ambience as thousands...

News

Sri Lanka crisis: Your prayers and practical help are needed

I’ll be the first to admit that news of atrocities taking place across the globe hardly shock me as much as they should. Being sheltered in relatively safe Singapore, we often do not find...

Real Life, Real People

From Poland to France: Following in the footsteps of Ukrainian refugees

One night, in our shared accommodation in Przemyśl where around 20-40 missionaries around the globe lived together at any time, we set aside some time during worship to pray for the nation of...

News

What is winning or losing? TeamSG’s Angelica See on missing out on a medal at the SEA Games

I had been training for the SEA Games with gold in mind. Day after day, I put in the hard work while fine-tuning my performance, making sacrifices as any other athlete would. But when I left Hanoi...

Real Life, Real People

“Love not at arm’s length, but as close as He is to the broken-hearted”: Serving refugees at the Poland-Ukraine border

In the first week, I spent most of my time at a refugee camp in Przemyśl, a city next to the Ukrainian border in Poland. To get here, I had flown 16 hours from Singapore to Krakow (including a...

News

Trainees who cheated in Bar exam: Reflections from a Christian lawyer

Following the news that six trainee lawyers (which later grew to 11) were found to have cheated in their qualifying Bar examination in 2020, the outrage was palpable. A brief scroll on my LinkedIn...

Easter

Jesus on death row and the hope that we have

On April 3, hundreds showed up to attend a protest against the death penalty in Singapore once the Speakers’ Corner reopened after two years. Don’t be mistaken — I’m not here to make a...