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    Who’s Caring for the Caregiver?

    Caregivers in Singapore will be getting more support in financial grants and respite services. But is it enough? What other help can we give them? Click to find out.

    Who’s Caring for the Caregiver?

    Caregivers in Singapore will be getting more support in financial grants and respite services. But is it enough? What other help can we give them? Click to find out.

    What To Do When You’re Single

    Valentine’s Day can be a great day to celebrate – or a long one to get through, if you don’t have a Valentine. One single, however, has found a way to make the most of it. Read what she has to say.

    How Should Christians Respond to Tragedy?

    Questions are being asked in the wake of the tragic death of local actor Aloysius Pang. How might Jesus respond?

    Let’s Do the Kondo!

    Have you Kondo-ed your wardrobe yet? How about your entire home? Let’s all do the Kondo but not in the way you might expect.

    Can We Stop?

    Question: Can we stop doing what we don’t want to do?
    Answer: Yes, if we learn to rely on the Holy Spirit.

    In Romans 8:4, Paul introduced his readers to the concept of living “according to the Spirit” in contrast to living “according to the sinful nature.” This is an important concept to understand. Let’s look now at what Paul meant by…

    Can Anything Separate Us?

    Question: Can anything separate us from the love of God?
    Answer: No, nothing can change God’s love for us.

    We have tendencies to be fickle, and we are surrounded by people with the same failing. Promises made today are often broken tomorrow. Popular songs are bestsellers for only a few weeks. Fashions keep changing. A sports figure may be a hero one day…

    Will God Help Us?

    Question: Will God help us to overcome the failures we experience every day?
    Answer: Yes, He has promised to help and to intervene in our daily lives.

    Conscious of our weaknesses, inconsistencies, and repeated failures, we realize that we are often our own worst enemies. We want God’s will, but we are also full of selfish desires. We wonder how God will protect…

    Is There A Way Out?

    Question: Is there a way out of this awful struggle?
    Answer: Yes, if we find ultimate hope in the life to come.

    When we face troubles and trials, it is sometimes hard to keep from being discouraged. We trust God, but we wonder about the why of all the pain we and others around us must endure. At such times we may not…

    Jeopardy: A KeyTo Bible Study

    In 1964 Merv Griffin sat in the dining room of his apartment and created a game called Jeopardy. Today his idea has grown into one of the most popular quiz shows in American television history. Over the years since then, show host Alex Trebek has challenged some 5,000 contestants with over 135,000 questions in as many as 2,700 categories of…

    Will God Continue To Forgive?

    In Romans 8, Paul gave us encouraging answers raised in the previous article. However, he did not promise freedom from the struggle nor uninterrupted victory. He assured all of his readers, all those who are in Christ, that they would not lose their salvation nor lose all the battles along the way. We can be winners far more often than…

    Our Daily Bread for Little Hearts: This is Easter

    Our Daily Bread for Little Hearts: This Is Easter introduces children to Jesus and the true meaning of Easter through creative, rhyming verse and vibrant, colourful images. This captivating book draws kids into the story of Jesus—from the seaside, where He tells fishermen to “come and follow me!” to the wooden cross, where He gives His life to save the world.…

    What does it mean to repent?

    The Bible commands us to "repent", but what does that really mean? What does it look like and is it more than simply being sorry for something? Explore the stories of Peter and the church at Corinth to examine why repentance isn't just a one-time decision to turn to Jesus, but a way of life!

    What does it mean to repent?

    The Bible commands us to "repent", but what does that really mean? What does it look like and is it more than simply being sorry for something? Explore the stories of Peter and the church at Corinth to examine why repentance isn't just a one-time decision to turn to Jesus, but a way of life!

    To judge or not to judge?

    Jesus tells us: “Do not judge, or you too will be judged” (Matthew 7:1). But does this mean we’re not to make any judgements about good or bad? Are we just meant to let people be ‘who they are’ and stay quiet? And at what point do we cross the line from judging to being judgemental? Explore Jesus’ teaching in…

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