Jasmine L. Holmes is creating articles, blogs, book reviews, and non-fiction books.
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I am a Texas girl, born and raised. In 2013, I met my Mississippi husband at a conference in Orlando. I had just graduated from Thomas Edison State University (online) and was there with my parents. I was still living at home with my eight younger siblings and loving every moment of the time I got to spend with them. Phillip and I got married in October of 2014, and, after a loss later that year, we welcomed our son Walter Wynn in 2016.



I’m a teacher. As soon as I graduated, I started teaching sixth-grade humanities and Latin. I’ve taught every grade from Pre-K to 12th, and there are things that I love about each and every stage.
I’m a writer. My first book was published when I was twenty; it’s out of print, now, but I still blush a little whenever anyone brings it up. Reading a book you wrote when you were nineteen is a bit like hearing yourself on a recording for the first time: “Is that really my voice?” Since then, I’ve blogged on The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, Fathom Mag, Modern Reformation, and RAANetwork. Most recently, I signed a book deal with InterVarsity Press. The working title is "Mother to Son," and its release date is to be announced.

I’m a pastor’s kid. In the parable of the prodigal son, I’m definitely the do-good “older brother” who used to think she had everything under control. Throughout my twenty-year walk with the Lord, I’ve been reminded time and again of my need for Christ — through miscarriage, through post-partum depression, through two cross-country moves in two years.

The focus of my writing and speaking is identity. I understand what it is like to endure an identity crisis. For most of my life, I’ve wrestled with pretending to have a neat and tidy checklist of how I’m supposed to present myself to the world.

I'm beginning to understand that my security can’t come from the external checklist or the opinions of others; it has to be found in the finished work of Jesus Christ, who is equipped to handle the messiness I tried to hide.

Supporting My Work

Patreon is a way for content producers like me to be linked with content supporters like you. Furthermore, we want to avoid splattering the blog with ads that distract readers with what they came for — quality articles. I love being sponsored by organizations and small businesses I believe in, but I want quality, original content to remain king.

I want to ask you to prayerfully consider supporting me as a writer by becoming a patron. Any monetary support that you can offer will contribute to my writing career.

Goals 

I've updated my goals. So far, my Patrons have been incredibly understanding of my busyness as a young wife and mom, a teacher, a writer and a conference speaker. We've dialed our chats back from every week to every month, and I've enjoyed having a Facebook Live session with them to talk about everything from upcoming conference topics to publishing woes to a bad hair day. We've really made a community, and I would love for you to take part. It helps me keep my blog going, but it also helps to encourage me that there are folks out there who want to read this content.
Tiers
Exclusive Montly Livestream
$1 or more per month
Thank you so much! I know this doesn't seem like a lot, but a little goes a long way. If you simply contribute a dollar, you can join me for an exclusive monthly livestream and have access to my patron-only Facebook Group.


Includes

  • Monthly Live Screen Discussion via Exclusive Facebook Group
  • Patron-only Facebook Group
Livestream & Books!
$20 or more per month
This means so much. Thank you! For those who give $20 and more, I will send you a signed copy of my book.


Includes


  • Monthly Live Screen Discussion via Exclusive Facebook Group
  • Patron-only Facebook Group
  • Signed copy of any book that I write or collaborate on
Goals
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Goal #2: This allows me the opportunity to devote more time to writing and I will commit to posting 2 times a week (instead of one), and bumping my Facebook live updates up to bi-monthly.
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I am a Texas girl, born and raised. In 2013, I met my Mississippi husband at a conference in Orlando. I had just graduated from Thomas Edison State University (online) and was there with my parents. I was still living at home with my eight younger siblings and loving every moment of the time I got to spend with them. Phillip and I got married in October of 2014, and, after a loss later that year, we welcomed our son Walter Wynn in 2016.



I’m a teacher. As soon as I graduated, I started teaching sixth-grade humanities and Latin. I’ve taught every grade from Pre-K to 12th, and there are things that I love about each and every stage.
I’m a writer. My first book was published when I was twenty; it’s out of print, now, but I still blush a little whenever anyone brings it up. Reading a book you wrote when you were nineteen is a bit like hearing yourself on a recording for the first time: “Is that really my voice?” Since then, I’ve blogged on The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, Fathom Mag, Modern Reformation, and RAANetwork. Most recently, I signed a book deal with InterVarsity Press. The working title is "Mother to Son," and its release date is to be announced.

I’m a pastor’s kid. In the parable of the prodigal son, I’m definitely the do-good “older brother” who used to think she had everything under control. Throughout my twenty-year walk with the Lord, I’ve been reminded time and again of my need for Christ — through miscarriage, through post-partum depression, through two cross-country moves in two years.

The focus of my writing and speaking is identity. I understand what it is like to endure an identity crisis. For most of my life, I’ve wrestled with pretending to have a neat and tidy checklist of how I’m supposed to present myself to the world.

I'm beginning to understand that my security can’t come from the external checklist or the opinions of others; it has to be found in the finished work of Jesus Christ, who is equipped to handle the messiness I tried to hide.

Supporting My Work

Patreon is a way for content producers like me to be linked with content supporters like you. Furthermore, we want to avoid splattering the blog with ads that distract readers with what they came for — quality articles. I love being sponsored by organizations and small businesses I believe in, but I want quality, original content to remain king.

I want to ask you to prayerfully consider supporting me as a writer by becoming a patron. Any monetary support that you can offer will contribute to my writing career.

Goals 

I've updated my goals. So far, my Patrons have been incredibly understanding of my busyness as a young wife and mom, a teacher, a writer and a conference speaker. We've dialed our chats back from every week to every month, and I've enjoyed having a Facebook Live session with them to talk about everything from upcoming conference topics to publishing woes to a bad hair day. We've really made a community, and I would love for you to take part. It helps me keep my blog going, but it also helps to encourage me that there are folks out there who want to read this content.

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Tiers
Exclusive Montly Livestream
$1 or more per month
Thank you so much! I know this doesn't seem like a lot, but a little goes a long way. If you simply contribute a dollar, you can join me for an exclusive monthly livestream and have access to my patron-only Facebook Group.


Includes

  • Monthly Live Screen Discussion via Exclusive Facebook Group
  • Patron-only Facebook Group
Livestream & Books!
$20 or more per month
This means so much. Thank you! For those who give $20 and more, I will send you a signed copy of my book.


Includes


  • Monthly Live Screen Discussion via Exclusive Facebook Group
  • Patron-only Facebook Group
  • Signed copy of any book that I write or collaborate on