Nashville Girls of Grace Event & HUGE giveaway!



THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED:  Congrats to @thetrask4 who was the winner!



On February 23rd, Nashville will be graced with a Girls of Grace event.

This event for Teen Girls is hosted by the Award-Winning Trio Point of Grace and features performances by for KING & COUNTRY, Group 1 Crew and Lindsay McCaul.

Renowned Guest Speakers Include Chris Wheeler, Annie Downs (one of my friends!!), Constance Rhodes, Amber Lehman and Trudy Cathy White

The conference is a powerfully impactful event for teen girls featuring live music, speakers and interactive sessions teaching them biblical principles and equipping them with the tools they need to find security in Christ.  The conference covers timely topics such as body image, good health, being content with oneself, relationships, good choices, social media, fashion and other teen-related topics.

If you’re a parent of a teen girl or a youth leader, be sure to check this out!

Tickets are on sale here.

I also have a huge giveaway for you!  The Girls of Grace team are giving away a huge gift package that includes the following:

  • A pair of tickets to the event here in Nashville on Feb 23rd
  • Point of Grace cookbook
  • Point of Grace CD
  • for King & Country CD (one of my favorite albums!)
  • Group 1 Crew CD

I will pick a winner on Monday, February 11th.

To be entered to win, just leave a comment telling us what you think is the greatest challenge facing teen girls today.

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  • Tammy Whitehurst February 8, 2013   Reply →

    The greatest challenge to me is the pressure to be beautiful enough. Teen girls forget that they are wonderfully and fearfully made and always think they are not. The comparison game is relentless and teen girls find it so difficult to feel comfortable “in their own skin” and being WHO they truly are……a princess. (Because they are daughters of the KING) 
    Tammy W. 

  • L M C Citygirl February 8, 2013   Reply →

    I believe the greatest challenge facing teen girls today is their ability to see themselves as Christ sees them, to see their true beauty and worth- Because of the pressure of worldly pressures via media- I believe that this picture and pressure if themselves not measuring up results in poor decisions in every other are of their lives –

  • turner_bethany February 8, 2013   Reply →

    I went to one of the first Girls of Grace conferences in Grand Rapids back when Point of Grace was a quartet of all original members. It was a great conference! (Just wanted to share, don’t want to be entered into the drawing) 

  • Thetrask4 February 8, 2013   Reply →

    Mean girls, peer pressure, having to grow up too fast!

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