Adulthood

Adulthood, Relationships

Rhythms of Relationship: Becoming A True Friend

Jasmine HolmesSep 20, 2019

A few months ago, I wrote an article for Legacy about friendship. In it, I tried to be as honest as possible about the struggle of being a transplant in Mississippi’s foreign culture, and my own hang-ups with making new friends. I hit send.  Weeks passed. A couple of months. Then the article went live. …

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On Being a Grown Up: A Follow-Up Post

Jasmine HolmesFeb 24, 2018

Not everyone will like this growth process, and, truly, that’s okay. Not everyone will be on the same journey, and that’s all right, too. But growing up is never easy.

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Regrets of a “Stay-At-Home” Daughter

Jasmine HolmesFeb 19, 2018

I’ve been told more than once that I’m shockingly normal. Not because I have three heads or a third eye or a tail, but because my dad wrote books about strong, godly families and people are curious to see how his strong, godly daughter turned out. I tease my husband that my childhood dreams of…

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“Just Preach The Gospel” & Snow Days

Jasmine HolmesJan 23, 2018

When it comes to race, too often “just preach the gospel,” means “just shut up.” Just tell people that Christ died to save sinners and the race stuff will take care of itself.

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So You’ve Read A New Book

Jasmine HolmesJan 18, 2018

Before I become that obnoxious millennial who reads one book and thinks she’s an expert, I’ve drafted a list of do’s and don’t’s for myself.

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