What is your relationship with music like? Maybe you’re struggling to find music that glorifies God. Maybe you’re indifferent to its effect on you. Or maybe it’s such an integral part of your life, you can’t imagine doing without it! Whatever your position, this issue of Kallos is filled with different perspectives on music and […]
Do you feel like you’re on a never-ending treadmill, chasing grades, awards, and success, but not really knowing what for? You’re not alone. Kalista shares her experience of being too stressed to feel blessed as she tried to prove her worth through her studies. Janell reveals her true story of the disappointment she faced when […]
In this issue of Kallos, we track the highs and lows of friendship, from staying away from toxic friends, to the wonderful way that friends can help to spur us on in Christ. We also delved into the weird world of male friendships, and discovered that male and female friendships aren’t so different after all. […]
2020 was definitely a year like no other but our God stays the same. And that is what gives us the confidence to face this year with the same joy that we have in any other year. In this issue, we feature two girls who accepted our challenge to do a Bible study together, discover […]
Bullying – a vicious cycle that never ends? Read our writer’s reflection on how she became an accidental bully and our feature on cyberbullying. Learn from our devotional on loving and defending the voiceless among us. We pray that with wisdom and courage, you will be able to speak up for the bullied! Highlights: Our […]
When the world went into lockdown, the people we once took for granted were only available online. Some of us have then realised the beauty of being physically together! In this issue, we look at the wonderful gift of community, and hear from Jolyn Ng who was once suicidal, broken and lost all hope.
In this issue, we discuss the purpose of education in our article What’s the Point of Studying? and share a true story in I Cried Through My Chemistry Papers. Find out how to break free from the temptation of porn through an interview with international speaker Jessica Harris. We also answer the question What’s Wrong with Dating A Non-Christian? So take a break from your studies and enjoy our latest issue!
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on societies and disrupted our lives – most of us are now at home and Zoom has become our lifeline to the outside world. Find some answers in our article Why did God allow Covid-19 to Happen? Discover ways to love your family in this stressful situation and read our reply to a reader who feels like she’s losing her community. We also interview Sarah Lyn, who was nearly dead at four but miraculously came back to life, and our Kallos team member Dorothea who was tested positive for the virus. All these and more in our latest issue!
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we are excited to bring you this issue on creation care! With the global interest in climate change and saving the earth, we reflect on why it matters and what our part is to play in this.
We challenged a Kallos reader to go on a journey of embarking on the 3Rs and our writer Kang Li shares God’s perspective on creation and why our daily choices matter. We also interview Audris, the founder of sustainable fashion brand Paradigm Shift Label and find out how it’s making an impact. Take our eco-warrier quiz and read up on five green jobs you never knew existed!
Popular media attempts to convince us that an attractive woman is one who puts her body on show, and a confident woman is one who embraces her sexuality and expresses it freely. We are told that sex is cheap, yet everywhere we look, we see that a liberal approach to sexuality offers brokenness.
In this issue of Kallos, we explore the theme of love and sexuality, the many myths that we may have believed in, and how in our sexual brokenness, God offers hope and restoration. We hear brave stories from Sarah Cheng-De Winne on being pregnant at 18, Jaime Wong on being in love with a girl and Noelle Wee on being molested by her uncles.