*Dear Real Talk Conference Participants,
In light of the recent DORSCON Orange alert level for the novel coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Real Talk Conference to 3-4 July.
In a world that sells sex, love and romance like the next IT thing, it is important to find our identity as women of God. Cut through worldly myths and lies at Kallos Conference 2020, REAL TALK - Hear true stories, have real conversations, refresh your mindset and find out what God’s design for relationships is!
When: 3rd July (6-10pm) and 4th July (9am-4.30pm)
Where: To be confirmed
Who: Young women 13-25 years old
Regular Ticket: $40
<Walk-in registrations are welcome>
Free ice-cream on 3rd July 6pm while stocks last! Lunch on 4th July provided.
Learn what godly love is
Ask our male and female panelists questions about love and sexuality you wonder about
Hear many real life stories
Learn through experiential spaces
QUEK SHI WEI
Having grown up with three younger sisters, Shiwei is passionate about helping teenage girls grow in their love for God. She enjoys spending time with young people, and was a youth pastoral staff at RiverLife Church. Her love for the Word led her to study a Masters in Divinity at the Singapore Bible College. She has fun with her three young children.
DR TAM WAI JIA
Listed in Forbes Asia’s inaugural “30 Under 30” list and as a Young Outstanding Singaporean Awardee, Wai Jia’s work as a humanitarian doctor to catalyze change in underprivileged communities has been recognized globally. Having overcome depression & anorexia as a young woman, Wai Jia’s passion is to inspire our next generation to live a life of resilience, faith and purpose. She is a mother to two girls.
Joanne always knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life working on great campaigns and changing the world with Jesus. Her professional journey can be summed up by a background in Marketing and Corporate Communication, four years in copywriting, two TEDx engagements by the age of 26, multiple campaigns and a sudden departure from the creative industry after a headhunt by the divine Creator. She is currently the Creative Producer at Thir.st, a faith-based website for young adults.
Jason is the founder of Burning Hearts with a passion is to see a spiritual awakening in his generation until Jesus receives his inheritance in the nations. Together with his family (Constance & Nathan), Jason is committed to the work of prayer, preaching, preparing and planting communities to advance the great commission unto the
return of Jesus.
Penang House of Prayer
Josh is the founder of Penang House of Prayer (PenHOP) and is currently based at RiverLife Church (Singapore) co-leading the Worship and Intercession ministry. He travels regularly, leading worship and preaching to reveal the Father’s heart. A songwriter with three worship albums, Josh deeply loves good coffee and Cavalier King
Hinghwa Methodist Church
Ivan is a youth and young adult worker with Hinghwa Methodist Church. Seeing young people grow in their love for Jesus has always been on his heart, and this prompted him to take up his most challenging mission yet – accepting God’s call to full-time ministry in Dec 2016. Whilst juggling his final year in Bible school (with lots of kopi-o peng), he fathers two young daughters with his wife, Rachel.
CHEW CHEN HAO
Migrant X Me
Chen Hao is a co-founder of
Migrant X Me which he started with his fiancee (Kallos team member) Isabel Phua. He is a people-oriented person who loves to include everyone and anyone! You can count on him to be the first in the group to shake the hand of any newcomer. That may explain why he loves his full-time work in HR of a multinational company!
Part-time Youth Trainer
Focus on the Family Singapore
Noelle Wee has a passion for equipping children and teenagers to reach their fullest potential. She is an active facilitator with Focus on the Family Singapore. She has conducted workshops for youths on boy-girl-relationships and the importance of family relationships. She enjoys engaging the youths with her anecdotes and shares how they can make a positive difference in their own families. Noelle is happily married with three sons.
Amanda is a writer at Selah, a local online Christian magazine, and the Marketing Manager at Singapore Dance Theatre. She longs to see true worship, identity, and the pursuit of purity restored in the Singaporean body of Christ. She enjoys taking walks in the park, and the traditional $1 atap seed ice cream cone is one of the best local desserts to her. She often processes her days and moments through handlettering and poetry.