There’s something special about women gathering in trust and love. One moment you’re laughing till your belly hurts, and the next you have tears streaming down your face because someone asked a compassionate question. This belief in the beauty of female friendships and community is partly what inspired us to start Kallos magazine in the first place, along with a desire to be a Christian voice in the sea of confusing messages about how we should live. Even though our beloved magazine is coming to a close for this season, we have no doubt that the seeds of friendship that have been sown, and the heart lessons that have been taught, will go on for years to come. Our old and new articles will also be available on our website with no paywall so that more girls can be impacted by our stories and God’s Word.
The Magic Of Sisterhood
God will give me the desires of my heart…right?
Trusting God in transition
What is “Christian” dating?
I felt unworthy of God’s love
5 ways to deal with change
Do you find that you are your truest self when you are at home with your family? I wonder if you feel the same way, struggling to love your family the way you know you should. May this issue of Kallos encourage you to “go home and love your family” with the love of Christ.
Anne Ng: I’m praying for revival in polytechnics
Why is Christian dating so complicated?
Is it always God’s will to heal?
God is there when we gather as a group…right?
Change makes me anxious
You’re not as alone as you think
Louder than my unbelief
What do we do when doubt creeps in? How do we weather the stormy gales of doubt and painful trials? The only way to stand strong is to make sure that God’s Word takes root in our hearts so that we’re not shaken.
The stories you will read in this issue are ones that show how we can face dark times with a clear knowledge of His light. We hope the testimonies encourage you and minister to your heart!
Janelle Yeo: I’m a pastor but I doubted if God was real
God will not give me more than i can bear… right?
Where was God when I needed Him?
Is it OK to doubt God?
Struggles of a second-gen Christian
Navigating jealousy, judgement, and mismatched expectations
Christian music became my idol
Do you let personality tests define you? Perhaps you wish you could be described as “the intelligent one” or “the life of the party.” God has made us with certain inclinations, but we’re not one-sided figures; we’re multi-faceted!
Learning to embrace how we have been created is a continual journey. As you read this issue of Kallos on personality, we hope you will have a deeper appreciation of how God has made you, uniquely you!
National Badminton Player Yeo Jiamin: On Anxiety, Failure, and Disappointment
How Do I Tell A Guy I No Longer Have A Crush On Him?
“With God there is life and hope” A Ukrainian refugee tells her story
What Guys Look For In A Girl
You Are Not Your Enneagram
I can move mountains… Right?
Is social egg-freezing OK?
”I felt different because of scoliosis.”
Social media; on one hand, it keeps us connected to the world and our friends, allowing us to learn different cultures and social issues. On the other hand, it’s a source of comparison and pain when we see people leading more exciting lives than ours.
How does God want us to use social media for His good? As you read this issue, we hope that you will be inspired to live a life online that is worthy of the gospel of Christ!
God Knows The Plans He Has For Me…Right?
“I was a slave to the weighing scale.”
Dear Kallos, How Can I Help A Friend Whose Parents Just Divorced?
How To Follow Jesus On Social Media
“I left school to care for my sister”
Who Made God?
Kill Hate With Kindness
The ME In Social Media
For girls by girls. That was the heart behind Kallos when we launched our first issue. We dreamed of a community of girls after God’s heart, journeying through issues that many young women face. Eight years later, we celebrate our 50th issue, in conjunction with International Women’s Day!
This issue is a celebration of the sisterhood that the Kallos community has shared. We hear stories of girls who have grown up with us, explore how soul sisters can help us heal our wounds and draw us nearer to God. May you be encouraged to develop strong sisterhood bonds with the women God has placed in your life!
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Many of us have been asked this question, as if there is only one thing that we can be! If there is pressure to produce good grades, this question might cause a sense of anxiety and identity crisis. The reality is that most of us may have different career options throughout our lives, and God gives us the freedom to explore many of them. Read about dreams and possible careers through the stories and lessons of many women in this issue!
It would be difficult for any of us to say that we have not been affected by mental health issues in one way or another — whether experiencing it ourselves, or witnessing our friends or family go through it. Is there hope, in the midst of all this anguish and pain? Certainly! This issue is […]