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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!
Family · Friendship
I’m just wondering, is it possible to take God for granted? How can I prevent myself from doing so? KALLOS answers your questions.
This familiar verse has been used in popular songs, encouragement cards, and often quoted by Christians to remind themselves they have the power through Christ to do all things. But what does this verse really mean in its context? In this new column, JANELLE YEO studies different Bible verses that are commonly misunderstood and sheds new light on them.
When I was in secondary school, I got into a relationship with a guy from my class. I kept the relationship a secret and only told my sister about it, approaching her whenever I had questions to ask or things to share about the relationship. One day, she cautioned me about having proper boundaries in […]
Evangelism · Faith · Friendship
It’s never easy to start a conversation that may end up in disagreement, especially when it comes to matters of faith. How can we do it in a respectful way? JACKIE HWANG relates her experience of sharing the gospel with those with different religious views.
Faith · Friendship
People are always talking about how important it is to go to church and worship together with others, but what does a community truly mean? ELIZABETH LANG shares her personal experience in finding a true community centred in Christ, and what she has learnt from it.