Film / Book Reviews

going home is a worthy book of letters

From describing Greenwich, New York as “the haven of low-tax suburbia, the ballast of private equity… and the monotony of finance husbands” (“another life”), to capturing the bustle of Hong Kong in a powerful image of “heels clutched from anxious feet” (“5 foundings”), Jonathan Chan’s debut poetry collection, going home is a masterful display of sensibilities.

A legacy of faith – Tales of a Chinatown boy

Ng Fook Kah is a well-loved member of Kampong Kapor Methodist Church. In his autobiography, “Journeys of an Octogenarian”, 89-year old Ng writes of the people and events that have…

Making missions a vision for children

The team that produced Clean Hands, Pure Hearts and Beautiful Feet Daniel could not wait to tell the story of his recovery to others. As he shared his story, some…

When race and faith collide

Confrontations that wound The door slammed. Right in my face. I have never had someone do that to me before; this was the stuff of Hollywood dramas, but this drama…

Season of Creation

Season of Creation The Season of Creation is the annual Christian celebration of prayer and action for our common home. From 1 Sep to 4 Oct, we unite with the…

The Invisible People

The Bus Driver; Auntie Goes Home; Uncles at Work Who are the people in your neighbourhood? Ames Chen, the author of the Invisible People series, wants her children—and yours—to know.…

The Sovereign God and the Christian Disciple

Bishop Emeritus Dr Robert M Solomon, the Bishop of The Methodist Church in Singapore from 2000–12, has authored more than 20 books. The Sovereign God and the Christian Disciple is…

God’s Gardeners

Creation Care Stories from Singapore and Malaysia How do we show love and stewardship for God’s creation in one of the world’s most densely built-up cities? God’s Gardeners—“Singapore’s first book…
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