Singapore Archive

A reflection on true theology

What about true theology “True theology occurs when the faithful respond with ‘amazed recognition’ to the theologian: ‘You said for us what we had wanted to say all along but could not find the words to say

Hospitalisation Leaves – Some thoughts on my recent episode

Some two weeks ago when I was writing this post, I had a hospitalisation episode. This resulted in a three weeks hospitalisation leaves from which came this blog and other stuff. Because I had to spend so

Skillsfuture – its real significance to Christians today

In the recent years, the Singapore government has been promoting a new initiative, otherwise known as Skillsfuture. To quote from the website: SkillsFuture is a national movement to provide Singaporeans with the opportunities to develop their fullest

The illusion of neutrality – Musing on our mindset today

What is it about the illusion of neutrality? A few years I heard a podcast by Ravi Zacharias on the illusion of neutrality. At that point, I read a post in one of the Singaporean websites. It criticises an

To live is Christ – The implications of a life sold out for Christ

To live is Christ and to die is gain (Philippians 1:21, NIV). Paul said this in his epistle to the Philippians. And during my church’s service last weekend, we showed a video testimony of Mr Jason Ong,

Marathon Runner and Christians

I used to be an amateur marathon runner when I was younger. I ran those 42km runs once or twice every year. And eventually, I had to give up marathon running due to the injuries that I

SMRT Incidents – How do we respond?

The past year must have been an emotional roller-coaster ride for SMRT, Singapore’s main mass rapid transit provider. This is true for both SMRT as well as its commuters. After all, there have been many incidents involving