Devotionals

Whether you’re thirsty or hungry, take a seat at the table and receive these beautiful truths from God’s Word, verse by verse.

Easter

Judas Iscariot and the scandal of grace

Arguably one of the most notorious characters in the Bible, Judas Iscariot is often seen as the main antagonist in the story of Good Friday and the villain of Easter. Judas was, after all, the one...

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...

Easter

3 lessons Jesus’ disciples teach us on doubt, disappointment and waiting

Here’s an Easter thought to ponder: Ever imagined how the disciples must have felt right after Jesus was crucified? You know, that period before the resurrection where… nothing seemed to...

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...

Devotionals

Like glittering blue waves in the night sea, how can we glow in the dark?

A few days ago, sightings of a rare phenomenon in Singapore known as bioluminescence sent people (myself included) flocking to the beaches in hopes of catching a glimpse of the blue waves. I’ve...

Devotionals

What does it mean to be fishers of men?

I recently read an article about a pair of fishermen brothers who are among the last practitioners of the disappearing art of bubu fishing. Unlike commonly used fishing rods, these box-like bubu...

Devotionals

Bible reading plans for Lent? Look no further

Lent is a season of fasting and preparation for Easter (or Resurrection Sunday). This year, the 40 days of Lent begin on March 2 (Ash Wednesday) and end on April 16 (Holy Saturday).  I’ve been...

Devotionals

5 people in the Bible who inspire us to be brave

It’s the Year of the Tiger this Chinese New Year. Did you know the tiger represents bravery in Chinese culture? While we don’t believe in superstitions, it’s a good reminder to have...

Faith

5 “insignificant” Bible characters who taught us invaluable lessons

“What have I accomplished this year?”  This is a question many of us would have asked ourselves before. For some years, we had a full list of answers, but for others, we had no answer at all. ...