Secondary

“Since I’m alive, I will do my best”: 14-year-old student with myopathy

Emmanuel was nine when he was first diagnosed with myopathy, an incurable condition that affects muscle growth. Ever since then, he has had difficulty being active; even sitting down for too long can...

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...

Post-secondary

New on campus? Here’s our 2022 guide to welcome events for Christian poly freshmen

Being thrown into a new environment can be exhilarating and unnerving all at once, but you don’t need to go at it alone. Starting polytechnic and wondering how to be part of a Christian...

Finding Purpose

“God hears the struggles of my heart”: A journey of figuring out my full-time calling

Growing up, I always had a desire to serve God in full-time ministry. But I never entertained it much because of all the negative things I heard, which affected my view. “What about your family and...

How-tos & Handles

5 ways to start poly life right

The time to start school has finally come! Are you ready for your first semester in polytechnic?  If you’re taking the first steps into this new season, here are a few tips from a senior who...

University

Campus evangelism: Lose the fear of man and seize every opportunity

Please come to the front and introduce yourself to the class in one minute with: Your name, your superpower and a tagline for the class to remember you. These were the instructions given during my...

National Service

Life lessons I took away from BMT

I enlisted on 11 August 2021. I was looking forward to having a great buddy, someone with whom I would have mutual respect for, someone who cares about Basic Military Training (BMT) and would do his...

Post-secondary

As a poly freshie, I faced an identity crisis

Ever dreamed of a stress-free, worry-free life? That was how many of my friends framed life in a polytechnic: A “slack” culture where you had the freedom to do what you want. In...

Family

How I finally grew out of youngest child syndrome

Family is important to me. Family is important to my family. People who know us know our family as close. I’ve never known whether they were right or wrong, probably because I’ve been the one...