Tag: Bible Verse

When it’s War

When it’s War

Bomb. The first bomb dropped. Everyone scurried to shelter. When peace descended, everyone rushed to the grocery shops to stock up food and other essentials. Hospitals were filled, doctors and nurses working tirelessly, selflessly. The siren went off, and everyone ran back to their own 

CHURCH, CHRISTIANS, COVID-19

It’s a hot topic now. Even if the Christians don’t blame God, non believers will be quick to point out, “Where is your God?” God didn’t send out the virus, but Satan/Devil did. So it’s natural that the enemy attack Christians, God’s people. But this 

Contentment, fear and faith

CONTENTMENT In the midst of crisis, the one thing you will look forward to is the simple rhythms of life. The desire for normalcy to return. Once you’re out of crisis, you deeply appreciate the moments of a mundane life. So while you are in 

His Wisdom, His Plan

Was asking God about a decision over baby EX’s kindergarten. It’s a good school, but expensive. Not sure if it’s necessary expense at such age. Good because it’s church based and encourages learning through play. Usually such schools of learning in Singapore come with hefty 

In the Face of Death.

I was screaming in my head. Or was I praying out loud? Everything happened in a blur. I was drowning. No, a pillow was pressed against my face. No, I was merely standing in a shroud of hot steam that filled the shower cubicle. The 

God’s Work or My Work?

Baby EX is going to start half day childcare soon…more free time! Excited for some freedom, hopefully it’s not a fluke hope like when she started playgroup in beginning of the year. Was so looking forward to it, when it turned out to be a 

The Sunday that almost wasn’t blessed.

The viral bug found a way in me. Scratchy throat. Flu-y symptoms. Headache. Tiredness. Drink more water. Rest more. I would be able to quench these budding symptoms and be fully recovered. I was getting better and then not. And when I started to feel 

3 Tips for Marriage

Hubby and I have been together for more than 7 years now, with 4+ years in marriage. We’re not in honeymoon phases nor are we senior experts in love. But I’ve learned a thing or two about what makes a relationship stick. So in this 

Thinking about 2018

Motherhood I looked back at 2018 and not sure what had happened. Time passed by in a fuzz. Largely, I was learning to be a mother and celebrating milestones of my little one. Being a mother takes up a lot of physical, mental and emotional toll. Motherhood 

Is Life Beyond Grades?

I was initially nonchalant about this ‘Life Beyond Grades’ campaign (“Campaign”). The name of the Campaign is self-explanatory but many people did not take it at surface level. With the increasing flak it received, I started to look into it. The whole saga reminded me