Christmas Confessions of a Third-Culture-Kid

Christmas is painful sometimes. A significant part of the problem is being unable to identify what “home” really is. Home is where the heart is, people say. But what if my heart is in many different places? Does that mean I have multiple homes? If so, then is there a place out of all theseContinue reading “Christmas Confessions of a Third-Culture-Kid”

3 Things Candy Crush Taught Me About Life.

It consumes you. For those of you with the app ominously hanging on your phone screen, Candy Crush has been the cause of your procrastination and the lord of your unaccounted time among other things. Nevertheless, this game was my constant companion during my recent flight to California. The colorful combinations of candies coupled withContinue reading “3 Things Candy Crush Taught Me About Life.”

How to Abuse Your Relationship With God.

I have to admit. Sometimes I think God is in an abusive relationship with me. I get it. “Abuse” is a word loaded with paper trails, court appeals, and restraining orders. It does have baggage. But when taken at face value, to abuse simply means to misuse, or use improperly. In that vein of thought,Continue reading “How to Abuse Your Relationship With God.”

5 Life Lessons I Learnt From Being a Wedding Emcee.

February 22nd , 2015 was a big day. My friends Russell and Chloe Lewis said “bye” to bachelorhood while Kevin Wilson almost said “bye” to his sanity. It was my first stint as a wedding emcee.  And I was terrified. But after some reflection (and repentance), I realized that not all was lost. It actuallyContinue reading “5 Life Lessons I Learnt From Being a Wedding Emcee.”

Why Christians Should Not Focus On Being Like Jesus.

I’ve always wondered what the phrase “be like Jesus” meant. Does it mean to copy His appearance? If so, does that mean I had to grow a beard, sow my own clothes, and chuck my shoes for some sandals? Does it mean to imitate His personality? Then does that mean I have to swap myContinue reading “Why Christians Should Not Focus On Being Like Jesus.”

What I Learnt When I was Fired From a Summer Camp ( and why I’ll be taking a break from writing )

Last year, I worked as a camp counselor at Pine Springs Ranch Christian Camp (PSR). My experience at the camp was cut short due to a forest fire which significantly affected the camp. Due to considerable damage to the sewage plant and other facilities, the camp was cancelled for the summer. So I was fired. quite literally.Continue reading “What I Learnt When I was Fired From a Summer Camp ( and why I’ll be taking a break from writing )”