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 Grace Girls in the City Living A Live that Shines




Grace Girls in the City . . . Living a Life that Shines




In Matthew 5:14-16, Jesus tells us that we are the light of the world.  He compares us to a city on a hill that cannot be hidden and a lamp that should not be placed under a basket, but on a lampstand.  In both of these comparisons, we are reminded that we have a divine purpose that when lived out brings glory to God through our good works.

Living a life that brings God glory is not something that can be done and go unnoticed.  When we live a life that SHINES we illuminate the beauty and wondrous love of Christ.  The "light" within us beckons to those lost in the darkness, offering the brilliant and redemptive love of Jesus.

This year at He Loves Me my prayer is that God's word will find you wherever you are and inspire you to dig deeper while offering you tools to avow the eternal love of God and go public with your faith wherever you find yourself.  We want the world to know that we are Grace Girls in the City . . .Living a Life that Shines!

First Lady Trina Jenkins

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This year at He Loves Me, we want you to walk about equipped with the tools to be confident in your faith and your knowledge in sharing Christ.  We are excited about our workshops and believe that after the end of He Loves Me your light will shine brighter and the name of Jesus will be glorified.


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You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do they light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.
— Matthew 5:14-16 (NKJV)
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Musical Guest

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Gaye Arbuckle

Gaye Arbuckle, is an anointed national gospel recording artist from Dallas, Texas, with an enriched style and talent that leaves you spiritually touched as she ministers in music and song. She is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, where she served as director/musician for the Baptist Student Union. While attending PVAMU, she won the coveted “Miss National BSU” title and was 3rd runner-up in the “Miss Prairie View Pageant." Gaye is currently the minister of music of Concord Church in Dallas, where she leads praise and worship on any given Sunday. 

Gaye sung and appeared in opening performances for Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Vickie Winans, BeBe and CeCe Winans, Fred Hammond, Dorinda Clarke-Cole, Karen Clarke-Sheard, Kelly Price and Stephen Hurd just to name a few.




Koryn Hawthorne

Koryn Hawthorne is on a mission to move people with her music and her debut EP from RCA Inspiration is sure to do just that. The self-titled project is full of contagiously uplifting songs that provide the jolt of energy and intensity the world has been waiting for.

The Louisiana-born beauty who burst onto the scene at 17, as a contender on Season 8 of NBC’s The Voice, has been anxiously awaiting her time to share her first solo project with the public. While she finished fourth in the competition, Koryn made quite an impact on judges and audiences with her powerful voice and emotive performances. Week after week, she captivated crowds and showcased poise and presence not usually seen in a teenager.