Tag: Identity (in God)

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Free to be Me!

By Shaun Choo, 21, RCIY | View the full video here 🙂 Before I came to know Jesus, I was a man who believed heavily in the pleasures of the world. Many of my thoughts and actions revolved around worldly expectations. So often, I found myself wanting to be validated in every aspect of my

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Who do you say I am?

By Zachary Quek, Singapore Polytechnic SP Community, Zachary Quek in the middle row (blue shirt) Before I joined the Catholic community community in SP, I was focused on being perfect in the eyes of the people around me. I wanted to be a straight A student, lead my table tennis team to victory in competition,

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Christ, Who Strengthens Me

by Lauren Humphries My name is Lauren and I am 19 years old this year. Growing up in a Christ-centred family and being active in church even after Confirmation, I’ve always thought that my relationship with God was pretty okay. I knew I wasn’t as convicted in Him as I wanted to be, but I

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Renewed Because of My Father

by Jacqueline Lim I am a cradle Catholic. But growing up, and even in my adult years, my faith remained lukewarm until I joined an OYP community. Weekly community sessions helped me to stay grounded in my faith, but I still struggled outside of this time. I’d find myself susceptible to overthinking and seeking control

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Now Free to Be Me

by Gretel Lim (front, right) My life before School of Witness (SOW) was pretty ordinary. In many ways I tried to live a good Catholic girl life and tried to do what good Catholic girls would do. From my Catholic education to the type of extra-curricular activities I did, I tried my hardest to live

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