James Fazio: Changing Lives after a Near Death Experience

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James Fazio knows what it’s like to be at death’s door, but he’s not one to let a harrowing experience stop him from grabbing life by the reins. He’s now using his love for surfing and filmmaking to help turn around the lives of troubled teenagers, giving them their own story of a second chance in life.

Cassandra Kanda: Rocking Christian Music

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Written by Jasmine K., Singapore Think catchy riffs, deep bass…

Ivan David Ng: Displaying Love and Art Amid Hostility

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It was his first time on a plane. Flying 15,000 kilometers from his home in Singapore to the mid-Atlantic region in the United States, where he would spend the next four years, Ivan David Ng was excited about his newfound freedom and eager to embrace new experiences.

Ming Yue: Behind the Goofy YouTuber

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On screen, Ho Ming Yue—or, as his fans call him simply, MingY—is loud and goofy. With his signature smile and thumbs-up gesture, he is known as the clown of The Ming Thing (TMT)

Janelle: Facing Pain with a Pen

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Maybe it’s the warm and ready smile that is always on Janelle’s* face. Or perhaps, it’s her kind personality that makes everyone warm up to her. It’s hard to imagine that behind the smile and gentle demeanor lies a debilitating illness.

Amy Peterson: The Banished Missionary

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Ministering in a country where Christians are a minority can…

Paul Wong: Hotshot Lawyer to Devoted Campus Pastor

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As the son of one of Singapore’s top legal minds, Paul Wong seemed to be headed in a similar direction. After studying law at Cambridge University, Paul landed a job in a prestigious law firm in London.

George Moss: Rapping and Dressing to Be a Blessing

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George Moss knows how it feels to sit through a church service you have no interest in. And, ironically, that was exactly what started his journey into full-time ministry. Today, George is a popular Christian gospel rapper in Michigan, United States.

Eugene Wee: To Reach the Poor, He became Poor

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Would you bear eating your deceased pet dog instead of burying it? That was one of the hard decisions Singaporean Eugene Wee, 35, had to make while living among the Hmong, an ethnic minority in Phetchabun, a province in northern Thailand, sometime in 2008.