Author, Teacher, Speaker
Jasmine Holmes is a wife, mother, and author. Jasmine has written for CBMW, RAANetwork, The Gospel Coalition, and more. She and her husband Phillip have one son, and they reside in small town Mississippi.
We’ve bought the stereotype that women are either wallflowers or warriors. In reality, every one of us is more complex than that.
Our list of acceptable spousal qualities is often little more than a self-gratifying thesis of what we think we deserve.
Since that documentary and my early blogging days, a lot of people aren’t quite sure what to do with me. They have a hard time reconciling the old and new me.
To use our smartphones as a haven from the messiness of face-to-face, three-dimensional friendship is the enemy of authentic intimacy.
Marriage is neither the cure for sin nor the reward for saintliness. Your singleness is not your punishment.
Philando Castille’s death is a tragedy, and so is the way we will leverage it for our platforms.
I’m excited to share three of my favorite Sweet Hairlooms Lilla Rose products with you.
In my brief stint as a stay-at-home mom, I’m learning four lies that need to be constantly combated.
Saying “I’m not like other women” just perpetuates the lie that real women can only fit into one stereotype. We’ve got to stop!
I am not a mom expert, but sometimes it’s nice to have someone who’s in the trenches right alongside you, reminding you of the things you might already know.
Our current emphasis on the purity role women play regarding men’s lust neither honors women nor respects men. Even worse, it’s not rooted in Scripture.
This is not a complete apologetic on black hair care — but I hope it is helpful in spurring on this continuing conversation.