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Behind The Paycheque: 2 lawyers’ hot takes on the limits of justice and other controversial questions

A sword, a balance scales and a blindfold. These items, unanimous with the Lady Justice, symbolise power, impartiality and objectivity in the judicial system. Yet, in reality, the execution of...

Church Life

“It changed the face of Christianity in Singapore”: How the 1972 Revival transformed our nation

In post-colonial Singapore, how did Christianity evolve from a faith left behind by Western missionaries to one that was embraced by locals? The answer lies in the powerful move of the Holy Spirit,...

Real Life, Real People

Lost but Found: What I learnt from a Ukrainian refugee family

I’m Wesley and I’m 25 this year. I just graduated from university a couple months ago. I went to the Ukrainian border and was there for the past seven weeks. I actually left right after I...

Tech

Blockchain technology: Can we really trust it?

We hear about blockchain technology more and more these days. So what is it? It operates on a shared ledger, which is a peer-to-peer system that can document and log data, transactions, digital...

Real Life, Real People

From rock star to PhD scholarship holder: A man’s search for the meaning of life

Trigger warning: This article contains mention of suicide. Growing up, I was sometimes bullied for being different. These experiences made me feel really small and very insecure about who I was. I...

Workplace

#BehindThePaycheque: Can gaming be a godly career?

Have you seen gamers rage? Cooped up in their rooms for hours at end? Flared up when things don’t go their way? It isn’t a stretch to say that the gaming community doesn’t have a...

Videos

#BehindThePaycheque: Financial professionals share how faith and work intersect

Do money and faith go together? What about those who make a living from generating more wealth for others? In our brand new series, #BehindThePaycheque, we hear from professionals across different...

#PublishPeace

#PublishPeace: Let’s make 2022 the Year of Peace

The pandemic has disrupted many things about church life. Services, singing, cell group. But what worries me most: It feels like we’ve hit the pause button on the Great Commission. Evangelism has...

Christmas

The Distance Between: What lengths would you go to for those you love?

It was in 2015 when a seed for the migrant worker community was planted in one young man’s heart. Ang Wei Ming was 19 when he went down to HealthServe as a volunteer with Singapore Youth for...