Real Life, Real People

Be inspired by these ordinary people who have extraordinary stories. Wherever you are in life, every story in here is sure to give you hope!

University

I’m a Malaysian and I was the sound guy at Asbury University’s chapel service

I’ve been asked to talk about what’s going on right now in my university, Asbury, to hopefully shed light on the revival that’s broken out here. If you don’t know me, then my...

Outreach

My hero of the faith, Billy Graham

Today (Feb 21) marks the fifth anniversary of Billy Graham’s passing. To the random person, this might seem like a weird date to take special note of. For me, however, it is a very noteworthy day...

Singlehood

The girl (still) without the husband: A Valentine’s Day story

It took three events to make this story happen: new heartbreak, old heartbreak, and a meme. All within the span of a month. I don’t need to over-explain the first two, the former being a fresh...

Finding Purpose

Full-time under 30: I didn’t want to be called “pastor”

Truth be told, being a pastor was never something I aspired towards. I just had a deep love for the youth ministry, and a strong desire to be a part of what God was doing in His church and in my...

Personalities

What Martin Luther King Jr. means to me

This week, the United States celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a nationally recognised public holiday taking place on the third Monday of January. It commemorates the legacy of Rev Dr Martin...

Mental Health

Battling an eating disorder for five years, I found hope in Jesus

TW: This story includes mention of an eating disorder I want eyebrows like that girl. I want her figure. As I entered Primary School, I realised that comparing myself to others like that had somehow...

Real Life, Real People

I didn’t care about my future, but now I live with purpose

When I was much younger, I was just living life day by day. I did not have much purpose in life and I was just thinking of having fun. As a result, I did not do well in my studies during secondary...

Real Life, Real People

“No one likes to talk about failure”: Former Team Singapore archer on missing the mark and finding true victory

In archery, as in Christianity, we continuously strive for perfection while knowing we will never reach it. We all know the goal: to hit the bull’s eye every time. Yet, more often than not, we miss...

Disabilities

My sister’s life is not a mistake: How Singapore’s first INAD patient bravely fights to live on

Amelia was actually born healthy. She had the ability to babble, to sit up and stand. However, she was not an easy baby to take care of. She would always be crying constantly, and my parents...