Become Known & Loved Through Christ’s Finished Work

Read my 5-day devotional and discover how an identity rooted in Jesus can defeat your shame and fear of failing to live up to extra-biblical expectations.

You don’t have to pretend to be someone you’re not.

Most of us live in fear of failing to live up to other people’s expectations. When we fail to meet the extra-biblical or cultural demands of our parents, spouse, or fellow Christians, it can be debilitating.

Christians don’t have to live like this because we can be truly known and truly loved by rooting our identity in Christ’s finished work on the Cross, not in our perceived perfection, or in our conformity to man-made expectations.


Hi. I’m Jasmine.

If you've ever felt uncertainty or confusion about your worth or role in life due to the expectations of other people, you're in the right place. You're not alone.

I understand what it is like to endure an identity crisis. For most of my life, I’ve wrestled with pretending to be someone I'm not by keeping a neat and tidy checklist full of other people's expectations for who I'm supposed to be.

This website exists to encourage and remind you that security can’t come from someone else's checklist; it has to be found in the finished work of Jesus Christ, who is equipped to handle the messiness we try to hide and encourages us to seek rest in him.


From my readers…

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Jasmine’s honest approach to the issues women face within the reformed church drew me to her blog. I’ve felt pressure to meet unrealistic expectations, but her content helped remind me of my worth and identity in Christ.

Mercy Githaiga

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Since I started reading Jasmine’s blog, I’ve grown in empathy towards others. I have begun pursuing the full implications of the gospel message regarding matters of race and identity. I realize my identity is not in status or self-sufficiency, but in Christ alone.

Abby Paradise

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Jasmine is a breath of fresh air. I have grown in my knowledge and understanding of the Bible and developed a more profound love for my God and Savior Jesus Christ.

Britta Menzel

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I am hooked! Jasmine’s biblical worldview, her amazing writing skills give her a wise voice that keeps me coming back for more!

Marilyn Tinnin

Five Days. Christ-Centered Reflections. Living Hope. For His Glory.

“For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.” Romans 15:4