Point of Grace is thrilled to announce their first trip to Johannesburg , South Africa! They will join renowned Author/Speaker Ellie Lofaro as part of the 'Beauty For Ashes-Look Up' Women's Conference, May 23 & 24.
"We are beyond honored and Blessed to have this opportunity ! It has been a lifelong dream for us to see this beautiful part of the World, and share our hearts and music with our Sisters in South Africa!" said POG group member, Leigh Cappillino.
More information on this conference can be found at www.beautyforashes.co.za.
Point of Grace is set to tour this spring, beginning with a show in Adrian, GA on February 1st. They will also be on the road with Girls of Grace beginning with the Nashville, TN event on February 22nd.
Founded by Point of Grace in 2002, Girls of Grace grew out of their desire to bring teen girls together to talk about issues that affect them, and share that a relationship with Christ is the true source for peace and assurance in their lives. “At times girls feel like they are the only ones who struggle with certain issues,” says Denise Jones of Point of Grace. “With a Girls of Grace conference it gives them the opportunity to come together in a large group and realize that we all have our own struggles, and yet, we are in this together.”
For more information on Girls of Grace, click HERE.
Be sure to catch them in your area! Click HERE for all of the dates and details.
Congratulations to Point of Grace on their GMA Dove Awards nomination for Country Album of the Year: A Thousand Little Things!
The 44th Annual GMA Dove Awards will be held on October 15 at Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN, at 7:30pm CT. The show will be broadcast on the UP! Television Network on October 21 at 8pm ET.
CLICK HERE for a complete list of nominees.
Happy summer everyone... POG has been enjoying a busy summer with family and friends. We apologize for our absence but we know you understand when it comes to quality time with family, that is indeed priority. POG gets back on the road this month. We will be in Ohio and Michigan. Check to see if we are near you - we would love to see ya. Just go to the TOUR page...
Also - Happy 4th of July!!! This beautiful flag hangs in the hallway of my home. I see it's bold stars and stripes each day. This flag was found in Hodges, S.C. a few years ago. It has 48 stars instead of 50. This flag tells the story of things past and allows us to reflect on how things have changed in our country... This flag was made during World War II before Alaska and Hawaii were added to the U.S. As of July 4, 1960 our flag has 50 strong stars! As we celebrate this Holiday we are reminded our freedom came with a price and today we want to say THANK YOU again to those heroes. Because of all those men and women, we celebrate another year of liberty and independence!
Be sure to take a moment and pray for our present heroes in the military and their families and ALL the leaders of our country. God bless you all and GOD bless America!!!