As with most Malaysian weddings, ours was not without its fair share of opinions. Family, their friends, and sometimes strangers would generously offer advice on what our wedding should and shouldn’t have. While they undoubtedly had good intentions, I can’t help but wish they were as generous with more important advice. You know, like how […]
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“I’m a Christian.” We often hear. “I follow Christ.” We hear, but much less often. Why is that? The human psyche is a fascinating thing. I do not pretend to know where the mind is headed on each given day. We often say something, and then think to ourselves later, “Why did I say that?” […]
Let the Games Begin As a child, one of the best parts of the school day was recess. When the time came, it was a stampede to the playground. Some kids veered straight for the slide and monkey bars, not hesitating to knock over any innocent bystander who might impede them. The more introverted group […]
The truth can be painful In 2011 I dated a guy who wasn’t great. I knew it too. It was a rough spot in life, one full of insecurity. During this period I walked away from the church body and kept that part of my life hidden from most of my friends. My friend Anna […]
So there’s a line about Jesus being “full of grace and truth” which I’ve heard plenty of times before, but only recently was it pointed out to me that it’s technically impossible (Thanks, Greg). As in, if being ‘full’ equals 100% then you are either completely one thing or a mixture of at least two […]