Sheryl Yeo

Homemade sambal belachan

Singapore’s Food Heritage: Sambal Belachan

As an overseas Singaporean, one of the things I miss the most is Singapore-style chilli dip. I love sambal belachan and Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian meals just feel so incomplete without it. We have been surviving on bottled sambal that we brought from Singapore, but bringing it over wasn’t possible anymore with covid border closures. One day, Jason …

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The Sweetest Frame

The Sweetest Frame

My hope is built on nothing less Than Jesus blood and righteousness I dare not trust the sweetest frame But only trust in Jesus name It was a typical Sunday in the church choir stand many years ago. We were practising the song “Cornerstone” when my friend Jeanette burst out, “what the heck is trusting …

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One of the reasons why Jason and I chose to do DTS in Chiang Mai, even though it is readily available in Singapore, is because we wanted to immerse ourselves into the culture of the country we know we are called to. Looking back, God definitely honoured our decision in this area. We made wonderful …

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Just one person.

By Sheryl | Singapore 2019 This morning, I was aimlessly scrolling through Facebook while waiting in line at a popular breakfast chain. I needed my kopi fix, and the queue was long. It’s a Saturday morning, so the neighbourhood mall was as busy as ever. Suddenly I heard a chorus of “are you ok???” happening …

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