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Girls of Grace (2002)


Girls of Grace is a compilation album project by the female Christian vocal group Point of Grace. It was released on August 20, 2002 by Word Records. The album is produced by Nathan Nockles with Point of Grace serving as executive producers.


Released as a passion project, Point of Grace contributed three new songs, along with other female artists in the Christian music scene including a duet with Jaci Velasquez and Jill Phillips, Out of Eden, Rachael Lampa, Nockles' wife Christy Nockles, Nichole Nordeman, Joy Williams and Jennifer Deibler of FFH. It was produced as a soundtrack for a series of weekend conferences, a Girls of Grace devotional book, workbook and journal for young women. The album peaked at number 9 on the Top Christian Albums and number 150 on the Top 200 Albums charts in Billboard magazine. The project was nominated for a Dove Award for Special Event Album of the Year at the 2003 GMA Dove Awards.


Track listing


1. My Heart Is Set On You (Point of Grace) (Jeff and Gayla Borders) -3:18

2. You Are My All in All (Nichole Nordeman) (Dennis Jernigan) -4:13

3. Breath of God (Christy Nockles) (Jeff and Gayla Borders, Paul Field) -4:23

4. Every Move I Make (Out of Eden) (David Ruis) -4:16

5. All I Ever Need (Point of Grace) (Jeff and Gayla Borders, Julie Adkison ) -4:10

6. Promise My Prayers (Rachael Lampa) (Jeff and Gayla Borders, Lowell

Alexander) -4:30

7. In the Calm (Jennifer Deibler) (Scott Krippayne, Tony Wood) -3:09

8. The Love Of Christ (Point Of Grace) (Jeff and Gayla Borders, Lowell

Alexander) -3:20

9. Trust in the Lord (Jaci Velasquez and Jill Phillips) (Amy Sandstrom-Shoyer)

-3:56

10. Live to Worship (Joy Williams) (Scott Krippayne, Tony Wood, John Lemonis) -3:33


Personnel


Point of Grace:

Shelly Breen -vocals

Denise Jones -vocals

Terry Jones -vocals

Heather Payne -vocals


Previous release: Free to Fly (2001)


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