The Virtual Mission Field

By Chaz Oswald, Michigan With the ubiquitous nature of the Internet, we live in a distinct time that embraces constant communication. Beyond the traditional snail mail, we have our instant email, YouTube, Facebook, blog, Flicker, and Twitter accounts to connect us with family and friends. Communicating with friends from around the globe is now inexpensive […]

I Was a Hard-core Gamer

By Lau Jue Hua, Singapore About a dozen of us are sitting on high backed wooden chairs. The seat and backrest are uncomfortable and the air is stale. The only sound I hear is the shuffling of my shoes on the concrete floor as I stare at my clammy hands. They can’t seem to stop […]

Love VS Porn

By Jeff Olson CS Lewis once said, “The process of living seems to consist in coming to realize truths so ancient and simple that, if stated, they sound like barren platitudes.” At the risk of sounding too simplistic, I often suggest to men (and remind myself) that one of the most powerful weapons against the […]

8 Things You Should Know About Francis Schaeffer

Two years ago I set off one Sunday from my new home in York, England. I remember it well as I was being slashed furiously by wind and rain as it cut at my ineptitude to buy a new umbrella. Rain-soaked and dripping like a drowned rat, I walked in through the door of Trinity […]

Song Review: My Heart Will Fly

By Daniel Gordon Ang, Indonesia This song by MercyMe struck me immediately when I listened to it. It is well setup musically, well written, and has a significant spiritual message which many of us can readily identify with. From the first verse of the song, it is obvious that this song is about pain and […]

Surviving the K-Wave

By Sheryl Tay, Singapore Korean drama and music have thrived in the past half-decade. With the onset of pop icons featuring in drama series and celebrities making guest appearances in reality TV programs, there has been a wave of interest in Korean pop culture by audiences all over the world. This phenomenon is commonly known […]

It’s All Worth It

By Hannah, 16, USA YMI note: Hannah wrote this article on her way to (place)*. She was reminiscing on the time spent with her old friends in the United States, while getting ready to make new ones. The song “With Everything” by Hillsongs United came on the car stereo and she started thinking about all […]