28 episodes

Delightful conversations about tough topics.Each week, Jasmine Holmes and Portia Collins have high-stakes conversations about issues that are personal, controversial, fraught with landmines.

Sweet Tea with Jasmine and Portia Area Code

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 59 Ratings

Delightful conversations about tough topics.Each week, Jasmine Holmes and Portia Collins have high-stakes conversations about issues that are personal, controversial, fraught with landmines.

    Introducing: Wildwood Flower Season 2

    Introducing: Wildwood Flower Season 2

    Wildwood Flower: Stories of Women who Built Country Music is back for Season 2!

    Intro episode will drop on October 1st! Available on all platforms.

    To find out more about the podcast, listen to the introductory episode here.
    Subscribe and follow on Instagram at wildwoodflowerpod to stay updated on new episodes and special announcements.

    • 44 sec
    Introducing: Feel For the Game, Season 2

    Introducing: Feel For the Game, Season 2

    Welcome back to the Area Code neighborhood: Feel For the Game.
    Nick and Noah return with a series of (mainly basketball) conversations about nostalgic moments in NBA history, current issues plaguing the league, how coping and mental health play a role in sports, and more.
    Tune-in as they unprofessionally, but sincerely explore why sports are bigger than just the score of the game. Subscribe now, and follow along to find out how many times Noah makes an unwarranted Kansas Jayhawks basketball reference.
    Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/feelforthegamepod/

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    • 2 min
    Personal Updates

    Personal Updates

    Portia: "Just hearing her (Jasmine) words - 'We're going to carry it together.' That just means a lot to me because I have felt very alone in dealing with all of this lately. And I felt like I'm fighting a battle that nobody understands or even cares about. And also to have a supervisor who says we’re going to prioritize my health and not my work; we're going to prioritize your family; we're going to prioritize the things that get you well so that your capacity can be more...that means a lot to me."
    Jasmine: "Stop crying. We both know how I feel about emotional displays and I don't want to cry."

    • 22 min
    The Importance of Juneteenth

    The Importance of Juneteenth

    Jasmine: "You have these Christian people who are living in captivity and enslavement who, against all odds, love the Lord and want to serve him. But they aren't able to, to their fullest, because of their enslavement. All of a sudden, there's this citizenship. There's this opportunity, for the first time, to read God's word, to assemble in churches, to obey what he says about taking care of our families. It's just a beautiful thing. And we aren't saying that you have to celebrate Juneteenth because it's a biblical holiday. But there definitely is a precedent of being grateful for the ways that God has worked on behalf of our people."
    Click here for the pamphlet mentioned in today's episode.

    • 47 min
    Introducing: Wildwood Flower

    Introducing: Wildwood Flower

    Welcome the newest resident to the Area Code neighborhood:Wildwood Flower: Stories of Women who Built Country Music.
    Season 1 premiering on June 4th! Available on all platforms.
    To find out more about the podcast, listen to the introductory episode here.
    Subscribe and follow on Instagram at wildwoodflowerpod to stay updated on new episodes and special announcements.

    • 59 sec
    The Ins-and-Outs of Women's Ministry with Jennifer Lucy Tyler

    The Ins-and-Outs of Women's Ministry with Jennifer Lucy Tyler

    Jen: "The Lord continued to cultivate my ministry through opportunities to serve the local church, and also through other women that got put in my life to pour into me as I was growing. It's like, each one teach one, you know? What the Lord does in you is not just for you to become spiritually fat."
    Portia: "I recently heard someone talk about how we have become such consumers when it comes to spiritual things, and we don't realize we're not just consumers for the sake of getting it and stacking it and sitting on it; or, as you just said, becoming spiritually fat. We consume to pour out."
    On today's episode, Portia experiences a show without interruptions or songs about presidents and Jasmine attends to some business. But joining Portia is Jennifer Lucy Tyler, founder of Soul Circles. Listen in as the two talk about the struggles, joys, challenges and rewards of women's ministry, effective ways to share the Gospel in today's culture, and more.

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

essjaydubb ,

Sweet Tea is the perfect name!

I heard about this podcast from Well-Watered Women. 5 mins into an episode and I'm a big fan! Biblical, funny, honest, raw, and, refreshing like a glass of sweet tea. Thank you ladies! Keep on keeping on!

KaceeO ,

Love this Podcast!!!

I love your open and candid conversations! Thank you for sharing!!! Keep up the great work ladies. Keep glorifying the Lord! Love y’all!

Abby e. a. ,

So good

As a fellow Black woman, it’s a beautiful thing to hear women who love the Lord and want to point others to Him discuss the issues of our world. If you don’t want to be challenged, this podcast isn’t for you. But if you love God and want to pursue Him more passionately, this podcast is for you. Grateful for people who seek to make His name known over their own.

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