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.
Today was the last time I nursed my son. Dear newly nursing mama — don’t miss this.
Mothers, your service to your kids isn’t measured in how the audience of the world rates your performance.
We were once all too aware of the pressure of being a single, but once married, forget what it was like to feel like a pawn. Our wedding rings give us amnesia.
Using labels like feminist as a weapon in debates is unhelpful. While they keep our lives neat and tidy, they also help us avoid the messiness of progress.
The death of Jordan Edwards is yet another reminder that an honest family meeting to discuss matters of race, ethnicity, and justice is long past due. This conversation needs compassion rather than condemnation.
Being a stay-at-home mom is not your ultimate calling — and nor is being a career woman. You were made for something greater.
Simply telling hurting people “the Gospel is enough” is antithetical to our duty to live out the implications of the Gospel.
I’m sure many could recommend diet and exercise. I’m also sure many can remind you not to give in to vanity. But I only want to offer you encouragement.
As I’ve started writing more, many people have asked how they can support this work. Here’s how you can become a partner.
The timing of our suffering is known by the Lord but often hidden from us. We are left here to trust him as he works all things together for his purposes.
My journey towards embracing my natural hair has taught me a lot about myself, and about what it means to be a good steward of the body the Lord has given me. NRGK’s black shampoo has become a staple ingredient on this journey.
Even as a married woman, I still find myself looking back and wishing that my white friends knew some of the unique struggles I had to face and that I still watch so many of my sisters in Christ face every day.