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Misunderstood and Maligned, But God Had a Bigger Lesson for Me

It all started when, as part of my Urban Studies course in the seminary, we interviewed organisations working with foreign domestic workers, migrant workers, and others. Hearing all the stories about unfair treatment, abuse, depression, and other struggles kept me awake at night.

It's About Both Speech And Deeds

At some point in our lives, we have all said something we wish we hadn’t. For some of us, this has happened more often than we’d like to admit. It could be something as embarrassing as uttering a social faux pas, or something as hurtful as lashing out against a friend or loved one.
The Rejected & the Redeemer

The Rejected and the Redeemer

When we look at Jesus’ life, we see that he had many radical interactions with people who were marginalized—those who had fallen to the fringes of society because of sin, shame, judgment, or even physical defect and sickness. 

Breaking Misconceptions of the Marginalised: Special Needs

Have you ever wondered what it might feel like to lose your hearing or sight or the use of your limbs?

Breaking Misconceptions of the Marginalised: At-risk Youth

Imagine living in the midst of a warzone, or coming home to an empty house, not knowing when you’ll see your parents again.

Breaking Misconceptions of the Marginalised: Homeless

Do you remember the last time you walked past a homeless person? What were the thoughts that ran through your mind?

Breaking Misconceptions of the Marginalised: Mental Health

What comes to your mind when you think of the words “mental illness”?

Breaking Misconceptions of the Marginalised: Migrant Workers

What if one day you were forced to leave your family behind and move to a new country where you know no one, and had to work 7 days a week without rest?

Mya Ji: The 5-Year-Old Who Raised $8,500 for COVID-Hit Migrant Workers

When she saw the number of COVID-19 cases spike among low-wage migrant workers in Singapore earlier this year, Mya Ji sprung to action. The five-year-old emptied her piggy bank, hoping to buy these “uncles”— as Mya fondly addresses them—some good meals and bring some cheer. Thus sprouted the idea of a plant sale in April 2020.