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God is unfair

God is unfair

Written By Jordy Marteja God is unfair. He is biased. Partiality is in Him. We have compelling evidences to proof this is true. First, consider Case 01: Jeremy. Jeremy wakes up in the morning with bizarre perplexity and hits the hay in pondering thought. Confusion is his constant companion. He wonders, Why am I here? […]

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God is unfair

God is unfair

Written By Jordy Marteja God is unfair. He is biased. Partiality is in Him. We have compelling evidences to proof this is true. First, consider Case 01: Jeremy. Jeremy wakes up in the morning with bizarre perplexity and hits the hay in pondering thought. Confusion is his constant companion. He wonders, Why am I here? […]

(Another) Piece of Relationship Advice

(Another) Piece of Relationship Advice

Written By P.Cheong With the (somewhat) recent proliferation of online magazines and the tsunami of relationship advice that comes with it, young people are bombarded with ideas of love, relationships, and marriage. And I suspect that this is what you are thinking about too. We’re all at that distressing stage in life where relatives (you […]

Why read a Christian book?

Why read a Christian book?

Written By Ruth Lawrence They help you study the Bible. Some books are written to help you get the most out of your Bible study time. They could be books such as Dig Deeper by Nigel Beynon and Andrew Sach that give you tools for studying the Bible on your own, or they could be […]

Existential Crisis

Existential Crisis

Written By P.Cheong Photo credit: we own the sky / Foter / Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0) Do you sometimes have bouts of insecurity where you fret about the future in general? If you do, don’t worry, you are not alone! But sometimes this journey really does feel lonely, doesn’t it? There […]

What type of football fan are you?

What type of football fan are you?

Written by YMI Team Photo credit: Ali Brohi / Foter / Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) The World Cup season has revealed a host of different football fans that exist; all intently watching the matches for many different reasons. Upon closer inspection, many interesting parallels can be drawn from it to provide […]

Go! Trust Me.

Go! Trust Me.

Written By P.Cheong Photo credit: JD Hancock / Foter / Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) Abraham was told to uproot and leave everything he had ever known to go in search of a land that God had promised him; and he did just that! Hebrews 11 remembers him as a man of […]

Courage

Courage

By Calvin Woo Fear is what draws us back most of the time. When we intend to step out from our comfort zone, when we are facing our greatest fear, when we are trying to change—fear is that one thing that draws our feet back to the door.  Bamp! You shut the door; breathe in […]

Unity in diversity

Unity in diversity

By Stanley Lee With the World Cup tournament in full motion, there’s only one word in many people’s mind now: Football. Being a Christian and football fan, I observe that there are certain parallels between a Christian community and a football team. For example, no Christian walks alone in his or her faith, just as […]

A psalm of my own, as inspired by Psalm 23

A psalm of my own, as inspired by Psalm 23

By Megan Low Psalm 23:1-6 The Lord is my Shepherd, my High Priest, and King. He supplies all that I need—everything. (Psalm 23:1) He makes me lie down and rest in safe places. He leads me to calm and reviving spaces. (Psalm 23:2) My soul is refreshed and restored to its whole. For His name’s […]

The Kite’s Master

The Kite’s Master

By Kristine Dichoso Hubilla When Jesus preached during His earthly ministry, He made frequent use of parables—short stories teaching a useful lesson—and people would eagerly listen. A few days ago, I was reminded of this when an interesting story came up in discussion. “There was once a boy who loved his kite very much. One […]