Editor’s Picks

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

Collage of man and woman sit on the mountain

Yes . . . I’m single

/
Instead of filling the empty void with yet another 11.11 online deal purchase, binging on romcoms, or sighing despondently over the non-existence of your “significant other”, why not indulge in our range of handpicked articles selected just for you.
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.
Image of a couple at the park

Single, Dating or Married?

/
Looking to dip in on some relationship tips? Perhaps it’s about navigating dating life, singlehood, or your newly married status. Or perhaps you’d like to recapture the heady days of your marriage—well, good news, we may have the thing for you!

YMI’s 2020 Wrap Up

/
2020 may have been a rough year, but God saw us through each step of the way. Let's take a look back at some of the highlights!
YMI Editor's Picks - Best of 2019

Editor’s Picks: The Best of 2019

/
This year, we set out to explore Jesus' command in Luke 10:27 to love God with everything that we have. We published over 225 articles, produced 24 artspace projects, and 3 videos across 4 themes and a range of topics. Here are the articles, artspace projects, and videos that captured your attention the most.
Ready to Unwrap YMI's highlights for 2019?

YMI’s 2019 Highlights

/
Ready to unwrap 2019's highlights? Join us as we take a look at some of the best moments.

Editor’s Picks: Best of "Why Do I Do?"

/
Take a journey with us as we reflect back on the last three months of 2019, and how we can love God with all that we do, big and small.

Editor’s Picks: Best of Reflections on Singleness

/
“Are you sure you're not being too choosy?” “Why are you still single, what’s wrong with you?” “You’re not getting any younger!” Fending off comments from well-meaning friends and relatives on your single status can be a tiring affair.

Editor’s Picks: Best of Mental Health and the Gospel

/
Mental Health. Mostly, the threats come in ways you can’t see. But the claws of mental health struggles become very, very tangible as they seep into our lives and affect how we’re able to cope, live, and work. Sometimes it’s a challenge for Christians to talk about this. Afterall, doesn’t Jesus make us whole?