Apologetics

Apologetics

The house I don’t dare step into

God sent His one and only son, Jesus, to die on the Cross for all our sins. None of us could ever do anything to deserve such a gesture from Him. But God demonstrated His love ever so extravagantly....

Worldview

In Eugene Peterson’s wavering view on marriage, a message to be learnt

“要不要买希望? Would you like to buy hope?” A friend of mine was asked years ago if he wanted to take part in the office Chinese New Year Toto Hongbao draw, the biggest pot to be...

Mental Health

The battle for your broken heart

‘Tis the season for broken hearts. It’s always the season. Somewhere in the world, a heart is breaking. In this very moment, someone has just been dumped, someone is struggling to come to...

Apologetics

The scandal of a generous God

 Maybe you know the parable of the rich young man, in Matthew 19:16-30, who asked Jesus what he needed to do to attain eternal life, and left crestfallen, having been told to sell everything he...

Worldview

Politics and faith: If you’re not on the side of the Right, then what’s Left?

In the light of the “political Left’s” reaction to the Trump administration pulling the US out of the Paris Climate Agreement, American conservative blogger Erick Erickson recently...

Devotionals

So you think you’re too far gone?

A long time ago, when I first became a Christian, I learnt that Christ died for my sins – that He had forgiven me for every wrong thing I had done against Him in the past. Christ’s love was...

Mental Health

Can I talk about my pain?

Every night for the past few months, I’ve allowed sadness to snuggle up into bed with me. It’s the first thing I see when I wake up. It feels like I can’t escape it. Sometimes...

Apologetics

Who am I?

I recently wrote an essay regarding this question for a final examination in school. Who am I? I am female, Chinese and Singaporean. Beyond the boxes I tick on registration forms, I have many other...

Apologetics

Does God really have a say in the choices I make?

When I was young, I remember always having to ask my parents for permission to do anything at all. Can I go out with my friends? Can I attend this or that school programme? Somehow this habit...