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Shelley Says...

on July 14, 2011

In the heat of this Nashville summer it's strange to even think about fall or to long for cooler weather, but if you are a planner like me...you may already be thinking about your back to school plans.

I am so PUMPED to be taking our Girls of Grace conference for teenage girls this fall...

HERE

Minnesota BABY!! You KNOW it feels real good there right about now! We are partnering with the incredible KTIS to make this another sell out GOG crowd in Minneapolis!

I wanted to remind everyone that we are running an "On Sale" special on GOG tickets until August the 15th. SOOOOO, if you love a bargain, CLICK HERE to get more info! Rounding up a group of teenage girls and getting them organized and committed takes time, so this is everyone in Minnesotas' friendly reminder.

We have an incredible line up with some brand new speakers we have never had with us before in the Twin Cities.

You will LOVE Jason Castro, Satellites and Sirens, and POINT OF GRACE. JUST KIDDING!!! There are too many artists to mention but the website has it all!

Please don't delay in getting your teens together. How I wish there would have been something like this available when I was in Junior High and High School. It would have made all the difference in my spiritual life, and I'm sure I would have made some better decisions. It's hard to be a teenage girl in today's society. So hard. So join with Leigh, Denise and I, and help us spread the word about Girls of Grace!

THANK YOU so much for your help in sharing this blog....

Shelley

ps....I highlighted Minnesota today, BUT we are traveling to Alabama, Florida, Michigan and Maryland in fall too...

Comments

Are you planning on having GOG next year as well? If so, would SLC be on your list?
I would love to have a mom's weekend with my twin girls!
Thanks for all you do!

I remember when I went to my first GOG and loved it. I wish they had something for college age girls too. I know there are things out there, but it's not the same. I agree Shelley, being a teenage girl is hard and was hard for me b/c my friends did things and still do things that I don't do. I get made fun of for that all the time and I don't like it at all.