University

Finding Purpose

I’m right where I should be

“His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.’” (Matthew...

Work

Where is God in your job search?

We all have a picture of what success in life would look like. There are typical templates. Wealth and riches, prestige, a blissful relationship, a loving family. It was no different for me. I wanted...

Real Life, Real People

My fool-time dilemma

I just graduated. My commencement ceremony was just this week. Mortar board, gown and everything. Life awaits! I’ve been shortlisted for a job at a government ministry. This career path offers...

Work

I’m at my boiling point

I recently graduated, aged 25. My bros and I are at the life stage where things like gainful employment, having found a girlfriend, and engagement are supposed to be on the cards. Speaking as a...

Mental Health

The unforced rhythms of grace

Rest: That which stills your body, soul and spirit – whatever releases you momentarily from the pressures of society. It could involve sleep, just chilling with friends over food and drinks, or...

Surveys & Reports

CAMPUS COMBINED: What one night of prayer can do for a generation

Would you be willing to lay down your life for this generation? It was a call from Heaven that shook up Ivan Tan’s world, right in the middle of his fast track to success as a financial...

Studies & NS

When project work isn’t working out

Working in groups has never been my thing, mainly because group work forces people to work together. That means a lot more reliance on one another. Time invested in communicating with fellow group...

Studies & NS

Don’t let the Bell Curve rule you

The Bell Curve can be a good thing. Its God-like features include graciously dispensing grades to undeserving students, just on the basis on their being a bit less worse than others. But the monster...

Work

Just started work at your first job? How to transition from student to salaried worker

I’d been a student for 16 years, so when it was (finally) time to graduate, I threw my mortarboard into the air with glee. It was freedom at last, no more assignments, presentations, late...