In 2017, we started the quest of discovering the true meaning of bravery. The Oxford dictionary defines ‘brave’ as ready to face danger or pain; showing courage.
My hope for you Grace Girl is that as you head into the future, you know that God is with you and has given you the power to push past the hindrances that are placed in front of you. I am believing that you will live life in a posture of faith in God’s promises.
While attending He Loves Me, I pray that you (and the Grace Girls you bring) will be inspired, surprised and awed by the impartation of God’s presence. Please join me as we raise our sword and adjust our crowns. He Loves You. He’s with you wherever you God. Because God is with you, you are Brave enough to face whatever comes your way. See you at the celebration – He Loves Me 2017!
REVEREND Dr. Nicole Martin
Reverend Dr. Nicole Martin received her Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, where she was the recipient of the Jones Prize in Music and the Swink Prize in Preaching. During her time in seminary, she served as the Director of Evangelism at St. James AME Church in Newark, N.J.,and spent a summer in ministry at Mandalay Baptist Church in Cape Town, South Africa.
Reverend Dr. jasmin sculark
A native of the Island of Trinidad, Dr. Jasmin “Jazz” Sculark is a globally recognized pastor, teacher, evangelist, author and philanthropist. She is also known as the “Daughter of Thunder,” for the thunderous sound she makes in the Earth that impacts the hearts and minds of all who come into contact with her ministry.
Dr. Ro has been a leading nutrition coach for over 2 decades and was named one of the nation’s top 5 nutritionists by More Magazine and Shop Smart (The quick & easy guide from Consumer Reports). She penned a health Column “America’s Nutrition Coach”, for the National Newspaper Publishers Association, distributed to 200 African American newspapers nationwide.
Soon after their marriage, while on tour, Moriah became very ill and was hospitalized. “The doctors initially believed that I might have leukemia, and that scared me in a way I’d never been scared before.” After days of prayer, doctors diagnosed her illness as an unknown virus that currently remains a mystery.
We are called to pray without ceasing. But there’s a role to play after we finish. Learn how to discern your part in God’s answer to your prayers. Faith without works is dead
No one wants to hurt anyone’s feelings. But there comes a time in relationships where truthful and challenging conversations are required. This workshop will provide biblical principles to help us deliver – and receive truth – centered around God’s standards.
Decisions are hard to make sometimes, but being properly equipped can make them easier. Grace Girl, come learn how to be courageous. Know that you are brave enough and deserve only God’s best for your life. (Domestic Violence)
Thursday, OCT 5
6 p.m. - Registration Open
7 p.m. - Grace Girl Prayer Gathering (open to public)
8:30 p.m. - Dismissal
Friday, Oct. 6
5:30 p.m. - Registration Open
6 p.m. - Brave Party - Reception
7:15 p.m. - General Session
9 p.m. - Dismissal/Exhibit Hall Closes
Saturday, Oct. 7
8 a.m. - Registration Open
9 a.m. - Grace Praise
9:20 a.m. - General Session
10 a.m. - Workshops
11:10 a.m - General Session
12:20 p.m. - Lunch/Free Time/Exhibits Open
1:45 p.m. - Workshops
3 p.m. - Closing Session
4 p.m. - Dismissal
*THE ABOVE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Frequently Asked Question
Q: Do you sponsor Grace Girls?
A: Partial sponsorship will be available based on availability. If you are in need of a sponsorship, please fill out the Sponsorship Request Form and you will be contacted if funds are available.
Q: Can I bring my teens?
A: We invite our young Grace Girls to attend the conference! We have a special teen/tweens component – on Oct. 6-7– for girls, ages 12 to 18.
Q: Do you provide child care?
A: Unfortunately, due to the large-scale setting and crowds, we do not provide child care. However, we do offer a room for nursing mothers.