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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
Family · Friendship
One of my friend’s parents recently got divorced, and now she has to do a lot more things at home and be a ‘mother’ to her sister. Her father is very busy, so she has to do most of the housework. I’m very worried for her, what should I do? KALLOS answers your questions.
We’ve all quoted Jeremiah 29:11 in times of uncertainty, leaning on its promise that God has plans to prosper us and not harm us, to give us hope and a future. But can we really apply this verse to our lives? JANELLE YEO takes a deeper look at this verse.
Faith · Identity · Media
“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made …” (Psalm 139:13–14)
Beauty · Faith
“I kept a weighing scale in my bedroom, and i would weigh myself three to six times a day. I felt trapped, like a slave to my weighing scale.”
Apologetics · Faith
You may have heard that everything in the universe is made by God, but then, who made God? JACKIE HWANG takes us on a thought exercise using logic to answer this question.