Feeling distracted, burnt out or depleted?
How many times do you find yourself stopping in the midst of busy? More often that not, we brush away that need to pause. We are so used to keeping up a busy space, but deep down our souls weary. Overwhelmed and spiritually underfed. At this rate, we are going to miss out on a deeper connection with God. If this is you, fret not. There’s hope.
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Fear is one of my biggest problems. I often times let fear rule my life more than putting my faith in God. Fear is crippling! And I know many struggle with fear too. People often say that fear is the opposite of faith, but I respectfully disagree. The way I see it, fear actually relies on faith – it’s simply faith in the wrong things.
Fear is placing your faith in “what-ifs” rather than in “God is.”
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There’s been a growing momentum for zero-waste living for the last 2-3 years, especially in Singapore. I myself have been listening in to all the chatter for almost a decade but only recently been more conscientious in my efforts. Actually, it was ever since my blogger friend, June, started her business Trove of Gaia, selling quality and pretty-looking eco-friendly products stemmed from sustainable practices and fair-trade conditions.
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If you have been following lifestyle blogs in the States, you might have heard of Rachel Hollis – founder of the lifestyle website and CEO of her own media company, Chic Media. Rachel is someone I look up to because she boldly shares tips for living a better life while fearlessly revealing the messiness of her own. It’s no wonder that she has has amassed a huge online fan base by the hundreds of thousands.
Now comes her highly anticipated first book titled, “Girl, Wash Your Face: Stop Believing the Lies about Who You Are So You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be”, featuring her signature combination of honesty, humor, and direct no-nonsense advice.
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I’m in the midst of serving as a pastoral intern at my church and one of the things that my pastor and I are doing together is book studies. The first title we picked out was The Red Book: The Life Blood of Children’s Ministry.
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Let’s be honest with ourselves, most New Year’s resolutions are pretty dismal. Luckily, I’ve found a cure for myself 2 years ago: A goal that I’ll definitely look forward to accomplishing. Yes, it’s time for the 2018 Reading Challenge!
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When I tell acquaintances that I used to be a corporate finance lawyer and I left my cushy position to pursue a career in education, a couple of them felt that it was a crazy move. Friends and family members pondered why I bothered to spend the time and suffered through (and paid for) two years of law school, passed the bar exam in UK, and walked away from life as a lawyer…
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