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What if I don’t really love my country?

I wouldn’t call myself a patriotic person. Sure, I may know most National Day Parade (NDP) songs by heart, but there isn’t some flame alight in me for Singapore. Even saying “I love...

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How this shy 21-year-old learnt to befriend migrant workers

When I was 15, my route back from school always involved alighting at a bus stop, before winding past a few houses back to my apartment.  There was a house under construction then, and on the daily...

Missions

Final stop, Germany: What could I learn about planting a church for refugees?

I arrived safely in Germany, this time without luggage malfunctions, and settled down in the accommodation provided by another missionary I had met in Poland, Alena. In the metropolitan city of...

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World Refugee Day Singapore: These Singaporeans are helping refugees worldwide – and you can, too

With Singapore’s doors closed to refugees, the various refugee crises around the world can seem like a distant problem. But this has not stopped many Singaporeans from opening up their hearts...

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...

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Keen to volunteer this summer? These organisations want you

Whether you’re a recent graduate or a student reveling in summer break, the question of how to use your time is bound to hound us all. Why not take this good chance to volunteer? Here’s a...

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...

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...