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Leslie Koh

Leslie Koh spent more than 15 years as a journalist in The Straits Times before moving to Our Daily Bread Ministries. He’s found moving from bad news to good news most rewarding, and still believes that nothing reaches out to people better than a good, compelling story. He likes eating (a lot), travelling, running, editing, and writing.

Articles by Leslie Koh

Teen Talking: 5 Ways to End the Silence

Veteran Youth for Christ worker Stephanie Choong shares how parents can connect with their teenage children.

I Am My Family’s Digital Gatekeeper: Chao-Koh Ai Jin

A mother explains her role in watching what goes into her household and what influences her children.

Praying with the Kids: Morgan Zhou

Prayer is a divine relationship that involves the whole family, Morgan Zhou has discovered.

Be A Grace-Filled Parent, Not Fear-Filled: Tim Kimmel

Parenting should not be based on worrying about what will happen and how a child should behave or perform, says Family Matters CEO Tim Kimmel.

Make It Your Resolution To Connect With Your Child: Lim Chien Chong

Just before bedtime isn’t the only opportunity to talk to your kids. Look out for “teachable moments”—and accept that there are also times when they just don’t want to talk, says Lim Chien Chong.

Fathering and The Heart Of The Father: Jason Wong

The chairman of Focus On The Family (Singapore) learns about God’s heart through his own pains and heartaches.

Connect With Your Kids to Share Your Faith With Them: Eliza Lian-Ding

Building a deep, loving relationship with children will help parents to bring them to God.

Let Your Kids be Kids!: Jacqueline Chung

A packed timetable can deprive children of the simple joys of growing up, says Jacqueline Chung.

My Kids Are Growing... But Am I?: Lim Chien Chong

A father discovers that parenting is not just about nurturing his children, but also about his own maturing.

Humility, Humanity and Hope: The Greatest Gifts for Children: Tan Lai Yong

Instead of focusing solely on performance, Tan Lai Yong has tried to raise his children with an eye on something more important in life.

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