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Turn Small Talk into Meaningful Conversations

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We know how hard it is to go beyond small talk–or even to know what we should be asking to move the conversation beyond those same few questions about our lives.
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Beware of These Friendship “Spoilers”

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Friendships are a wonderful gift from God–which is why it can be painful when they're sullied by these friendship "spoilers".
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Lessons from Tokyo 2020 Olympics’ Breakout Stars

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Last night, the curtains fell on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games—a historic Olympics marked by social distancing and empty stands, amid a global pandemic. Despite the unprecedented challenges this year, the Olympic spirit is alive and well: we saw plenty of displays of grit, perseverance, friendship, understanding, and even faith.
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Show You Care The Singaporean Way

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Happy 56th National Day to all Singaporeans! Here’s a number of our favourite Singlish phrases for us to use like free! 

We go together like…

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Title: We Go Together Like... Artwork by: YMI X Sarah (@avocag0h) Description: Strong…

How To Keep Long-distance Friendships Going

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Title: How To Keep Long-distance Friendships Going Artwork…

Father’s Day Coupons: Now DADs Clever

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Title: Father’s Day coupons: Now DADs clever Artwork by: YMI…

ODB: How to Grow Old

“How are you today, Mama?” I asked casually. My 84-year-old friend, pointing to aches and pains in her joints, whispered, “Old age is tough!” Then she added earnestly, “But God has been good to me.”“Growing old has been the greatest surprise of my life,” says Billy Graham in his book Nearing Home. “I am an old man now, and believe me, it’s not e

ODB: A Widow’s Choice

When a good friend suddenly lost her husband to a heart attack, we grieved with her. As a counselor, she had comforted many others. Now, after 40 years of marriage, she faced the unwelcome prospect of returning to an empty house at the end of each day.In the midst of her grief, our friend leaned on the One who “is close to the brokenhearted.” As God walked with her through her pain, she told u