ARTSPACE

Check out all of YMI’s content pieces tagged under ARTSPACE. We hope you’d benefit from the written and visual content we have under this topic: ARTSPACE.

What Makes Family

/
Family, family, family.  Some of us may feel a surge of warmth thinking about family. Others may heave a heavy sigh.
Anxiety weighs down the heart, but a kind word cheers it up. (Proverbs 12:25)

Typography: Proverbs 12:25

/
When we're anxious, sometimes all we want is a listening ear and an encouraging word. And not one of those "Think positive" or "It'll all be okay so stop worrying".

Typography: Proverbs 10:12

/
How many times have we felt the urge to have the last word? How many of us know the pain of holding our tongue, of resisting to speak even when we know we're right?
image with flowers and text on it

For the Love of Mums

/
Whichever point of view you identify with, may these stories cause you to marvel at God's goodness in His provision and encourage you to appreciate your mothers every day—because Mother's Day is everyday.

Typography: Proverbs 3:6

/
"Make our paths straight, Lord," we pray. But. . . are we actually submitting to Him in all our ways?
Illustration of a book with a woman on it

A Mum’s POV: The Things She Says & Does

/
But maybe if we could view things from our mum’s perspectives, we’ll start to see that there’s more to…. 

Typography: Jeremiah 9:24

/
What do you want to be remembered for when you die? How would others sum up your life?

Joseph John Booth: A Light of Christ in the Trenches

/
Australian Joseph John Booth was that person when he set sail for France more than 100 years ago to serve as an army chaplain in World War 1. Thousands of young able-bodied Australian and New Zealand men also answered the call to serve their country. Unfortunately, thousands of the soldiers never returned home. 
A guy is walking on a rainy day and his reflection

Lost Between Two Worlds

/
Whatever were gains to me I now consider loss. . . (Philippians 3:7-8) If believing in Jesus hasn’t made your life better, at least in the way you think it should’ve, could it be. . . that you haven’t fully understood what you’ve gained?