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  • Joseph Schooling racing in the pool

    From his greatest moment, Joseph Schooling has stumbled in a moment of weakness. Is this a familiar story?

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  • man singing with tears streaming down face

    Our walk with the Lord is often replete with repetition and routine. How can we stay open to the ordinary? What if we found meaning in the mundane?

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  • Close up of a person's hands typing on a mobile phone.

    When should we stop “punishing” someone for bad behaviour online? And when should we even not start at all?

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  • Microscopic view of some organisms.

    How can we protect ourselves against the spread of diseases like monkeypox?

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  • Elderly person in wheelchair sharing a moment with an adult and a child

    If you’re a caregiver struggling with the heavy responsibility of caring for a loved one, there’s good news.

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  • Crowded pedestrian crossing in busy city of Singapore

    Life’s getting back to normal, which might mean drudgery and boredom again. But perhaps that’s something to be thankful for these days.

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  • Scales of justice in a courtroom

    Should the six trainee lawyers who cheated on their exams be named or not? What does it mean to give a second chance? Read this reflection on what it means to uphold justice while giving grace.

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  • A scene of HDB BTO flats under construction.

    Waiting for her new HDB flat to be ready is a real challenge for Wendy Wong. She shares her experience and insights about seeking God’s wisdom during the long wait.

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  • Silhouettes of two men fighting along a corridor

    The recent spate of violent attacks has raised questions about the possible rise of gangsterism. One writer reflects on what might happen next.

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  • Man seated, gazing pensively.

    The recent easing of Covid-19 restrictions is good news, especially after two years of living with uncertainty. One writer reflects on how some people cope with the fear of the unknown.

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  • Wooden figures lined up on two sides

    Divisions and differences of opinion in the church, in the community and in the nation can be so stark that we’re unable to even agree to disagree. What can Christians do when they disagree?

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  • Rows of tables and chairs in a classroom

    Good news for students and parents: you can say goodbye to mid-year exams soon! One writer, however, thinks she’ll miss them.

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