Glowing In Grace purpose is to promote spiritual maturity and life change. Glowing In Grace began in 2018 as an accountability group for women on Facebook. Leading Lady Cynthia of Glowing In Grace had a vison to see women from all walks of life authentically live out loud for God.
"Mrs. Cynthia Young is a gem! She is my accountability leader and has helped me to connect with 2 ladies. I'm so excited to see where God will lead each of us on this new and promising path. Thank you Glowing In Grace for accepting me and helping me to attain my goals."
~ Sharon Davis | Denham Springs, LA
"I'm so grateful to God for placing you in my life. I'm in tears because I needed you in my life 30 years ago. I joined this group because I thought it was just an accountability group and didn't know it's a ministry."
~ Joyce Sawyer | Chicago, IL
Andricka Williams is a mother of 3 beautiful kids. She is a student at Baton Rouge Community College studying Criminal Justice. She love to volunteer at her kids school and give back to the community. When she graduates college she plan to start an organizationin in honor of her kids late father. Alton Sterling foundation purpose will be to help troubled youth stay off the streets and out the criminal justice system.
Kimberly Franklin is one of our very own Glow Girls. Kimberly is a native of Port Allen and currently pursuing her bachelors degree in Applied Psychology. She is a published author and works as a medical billing specialist. She is passionate about the study of human behavior and adding value to people while promoting well being and growth. Her plan is to continue publishing books on self development and pursue a career in clinical psychology/counseling.
Taeah Johnson was selected for the HOPE scholarship. Taeah is a graduate of Port Allen High School and nursing student at Baton Rouge Community College.
Jalacy Taylor was our very first Glowing In Grace Hope Scholarship recipient. Jalacy graduated in the Fall of 2019 earning her diploma in Cosmetology from Baton Rouge Community College. Jalacy says she is focused on building a foundation for her seven daughters and helping them to have a better future. She plans to further her education and enroll at HOPE Bible Institute to gain more knowledge about the Bible. Jalacy encourages others that it's never too late and you're never too old to learn.
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