A Conversation with Jasmine Holmes about Mother to Son
Signposts with Russell Moore
In this episode of Signposts, I am joined by Jasmine Holmes to talk about her new book, Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope (IVP, 2020). In our conversation, we talk about race, justice, how the church can equip women, and how to talk to our children about these topics. She is a homeschool teacher, former teacher at a classical school, and author. Her writing has appeared The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, Fathom Mag, Modern Reformation, and RAANetwork. She and her husband, Phillip, and her son, Walter Wynn, live in Jackson, Mississippi. I invite you to listen in to our conversation and be sure to subscribe to receive future episodes of Signposts.
"I've honestly learned that nobody is owed the sound of my voice."As the daughter of someone with a significant presence in evangelical circles, author and teacher Jasmine Holmes is familiar with assumptions made about who she is—but she doesn't fit into a mold.In this episode of the Disrupters, Esau McCaulley and Jasmine Holmes dive into stereotypes of race and political ideologies, black womanhood, and the fearless pursuit of God's unique callings on our lives. Get a copy of her book Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope now.
Pricing your work as a lettering artist with Jasmine Holmes
Jasmine Holmes is a design superwoman, and, as you’re about to find out, incredibly outgoing and just one of those people who knows everyone and everything. She’s always been incredibly helpful to anyone and everyone who meets her and is all about sharing knowledge within the lettering community. That’s exactly why we asked her on to the Typism podcast to talk about a topic that always trips up my design students when they first graduate: pricing! Visit the website for shownotes and links: https://www.typismcommunity.com/blog/typism-podcast-jasmine-holmes
For The Church Podcast Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Jasmine Holmes about her new book Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope.
Trump’s Antics and a conversation about racial justice and politics with Phillip and Jasmine Holmes
In this week’s episode, Michael discusses new poll numbers that should worry the Trump campaign. Michael also shares his thoughts about President Trump’s visit to St. John’s Episcopal Church. Finally, Michael has a conversation with Phillip and Jasmine Holmes about this historical moment, and how Christians ought to respond.
Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope with Jasmine Holmes
This week we talk with Jasmine Holmes about her book Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope. Episode Resourses:Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope by Jasmine HolmesWomen can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and EncouragementFollow Theology Gals:On FacebookOn Twitter @TheologyGalsOn Instagram theologygalsEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Toxic People, Forgiveness, and Our Own Hearts with Jasmine Holmes
Jasmine L. Holmes has written for The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, Fathom Mag, Christianity Today, and The Witness. She is also a contributing author for Identity Theft: Reclaiming the Truth of Our Identity in Christ and His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God. She teaches humanities in a classical Christian school in Jackson, Mississippi, where she and her husband, Phillip, are parenting two young sons. Her book “Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope” released March 24.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mother-Son-Letters-Black-Identity/dp/0830832769/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1588726842&sr=8-2Twitter: https://twitter.com/JasmineLHolmesWebsite: https://jasminelholmes.com/ https://mothertosonbook.com/
Jasmine Holmes joins the show today to talk about understanding our identity from a Scriptural perspective as well as dealing with expectations and people-pleasing. We love this conversation and how Jasmine points us to God's Word as our authority to evaluate the different voices and opinions in our lives. You can find Jasmine on Facebook and Instagram, as well as at her website. Thank you so much for listening and for sharing the WE podcast with your friends!Did you know? Women Encouraged is made possible through friends of the show (like you). You can find out about becoming a supporter of the podcast and the other work we do at our Patreon page. For as little as $5-10 per month, your financial support gives you access to conference recordings, the opportunity to vote on content, monthly video hang-outs, and participation in our upcoming "ask us anything" episodes.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/womenencouraged)