I’m a Christian, So Why Am I Unhappy?

By Allison Stevens Yes, it’s true that we have so much to be thankful for. After all, God has given us salvation, forgiveness, love, and the promise of future paradise. Still, somewhere deep inside, is a nagging gloom and we wonder if our faith is weak because we aren’t happier with our lives. But the […]

A Wedding, Two Funerals, and A Birth

We were looking forward to 2008 being a great year for the Lee family. Cousin Peng had announced that he would marry his longtime fiancée, Marilyn, on January 8—an auspicious date according to Chinese tradition. With the year starting on such a bright note, we believed that more glad tidings would follow. True to expectation, […]

Patience in Waiting

Do I look for him? Should I send him a text message or call him? To all you single Christian ladies out there, have you ever felt this way towards the guy you like? It’s like you can’t get your mind off him and you think about him every single minute. When you’re in church, […]

Ink Animation – When Hope Bleeds Away

Ever felt like you have too many burdens to bear? Or like your world is crumbling in front of your very eyes? May you find rest and hope in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Tough Love: a reflection from an ashamed son

By Anonymous, Singapore If you’re a Chinese like me, then you’re probably no stranger to tough love. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying all Chinese parents hit their kids, but it’s a fact that China has been receiving much flak for its infamous corporal punishment in the home. We even have a mandarin […]