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Marie Kondo Didn’t Make Me Want to Declutter

I have a confession: Netflix's “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” left me with very little desire to declutter my home. In fact, it got me wondering what sort of home would I be living in if it didn’t have at least some sort of clutter—like stacks of books piled on my coffee table, or a pile of fresh laundry in the corner, waiting to be folded—lying around.
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5 Gift Ideas For A Meaningful Christmas

It’s that time of the year again when we have to think of the perfect Christmas gift for our friends! If you're thinking of giving your friends and loved ones more meaningful Christmas presents than those $1 notebooks that they might never use, look no further.
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What My Failed Blind Date Taught Me About God

I could feel my heart pulsing. Any sense of calm I’d been harboring fled like an outgoing tide. In the Pacific Northwest, I experienced a similar feeling looking over the edge of a cliff hundreds of feet above the wild Pacific Ocean. This time the cause was even more intimidating—I was on a blind date.
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Marie Kondo Didn’t Make Me Want to Declutter

I have a confession: Netflix's “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” left me with very little desire to declutter my home. In fact, it got me wondering what sort of home would I be living in if it didn’t have at least some sort of clutter—like stacks of books piled on my coffee table, or a pile of fresh laundry in the corner, waiting to be folded—lying around.
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I Have Albinism But I’m No Different

My name is Anatasya, and I have a skin condition called albinism. When I was younger, I didn’t feel any different from everyone else. I only realized that I was different when I looked at other people’s skin and observed that the color of their skin is different from mine.
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Editor’s Picks: The Best of 2018

2018 has been a fulfilling year for us at YMI. We launched our very first online devotional, published over 560 articles, produced 39 artspace projects and 7 videos to help you ask the whys and walk out your purpose.
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ODB: A Big Deal

A family member needed help with his December rent. To his family, the request felt like a burden—especially with their own unexpected expenses at year’s end. But they dug into their savings, grateful for God’s provision—and blessed by their relative’s gratitude.He handed them a thank-you card filled with grateful words. “There you go again . . . doing nice thin

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