If we desire to overcome the racial, cultural, and socioeconomic divides in our society, we need Christ
The struggle to find the true meaning and purpose of our existence is the inescapable reality that confronts us all, but it is through our choice to seek the eternal kingdom that is free from the human corruption of this world that our hope is found
When we realise and accept that each one of us has a value not only to ourselves but to the communal good of our society, our life’s purposes can be guided by a higher meaning
As we drink on April 30 to celebrate Boba Day in recognition of Pearl Milk Tea, why not reflect on how Jesus is the real pearl among cultural dualisms
Here are 5 things that Sunday School skipped over, and which should encourage us into looking into Biblical hermeneutics…
Easter Sunday. Bible Reading: Mark 16:1-8. Your response to the story of Jesus’ resurrection is the most important decision you can make in your life.
When we are plugged into the story of God’s big picture from creation to an eternal revelation here in the now but not yet, we can be powered by the Above.
For too long Christians have misunderstood influencing the contemporary culture with Godly values as simply the rightful shunning of sinful behaviour.