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.
There is no magic bullet that can make the pain of a miscarriage disappear. However, the Lord can use his people to care for one another.
Though my husband was not an automatic best friend, God used our marriage to teach me some lessons about being friendship.
After eight months of marriage, my maiden name is still my legal surname.
Like Dolezal, we all long for identity and community — we long to belong.
My marriage isn’t ultimate, but it paints, simple as it may be, a picture of the one that is. And my unpreparedness for marriage is a picture of Christ’s faithfulness.
My intentions for my child’s life were not the Lord’s intentions, and my timetable was not his timetable. He chose for that tiny person’s purpose to be fulfilled through seven weeks of life.
This is not an article where I give the secrets to how not to do dating. This is an article written to my sisters who’ve experienced the pain of a breakup.
I don’t need someone to love me for “me.” I need them to love me for all that Christ is on my behalf.
Growing up, little girls are told, “Be a strong black woman, we need more of those.” I heard the challenge and accepted. But at some point, my goals radically changed.
Men need to pursue. Here are seven things women should remember when they’re dealing with a passive man.
God put chestnuts, chocolate, caramel, butterscotch, and pecans all under the same roof just because he’s creative like that. He sees the diversity of brown skin and loves it.
Christians are called to love, not just that special one, but everyone they encounter — enemies and friends. As a single, you can love before love comes.