Giveaway: Point of Grace Concert Tickets!

This giveaway is going to be super quick so jump on it now. We’ve got two tickets to see Point of Grace in concert at the Walton Arts Center this Friday night at 7 p.m.. One lucky mama will snag the tickets in the next 24 hours. We’ll pick a winner tomorrow (Wednesday) morning since the show is coming up this weekend. It’s a perfect date night or fun girls’ night out!

Point of Grace is performing this concert as part of a benefit for a local non-profit group called Saving Grace. This incredible organization gives young women who have aged out of the foster care system a Christ-centered, safe place to live as well as invaluable training in life skills, not to mention a warm sense of community with other women and mentors who truly care about them and their future. (For more information about Saving Grace, click HERE to see a feature story on Saving Grace and its inspiring founder, Becky Shaffer. This article was published shortly after the Saving Grace facility opened in Rogers.)

Click the play arrow below to see a personal video invitation from the members of Point of Grace to this special concert event, as well as a short clip of their amazing music.

HOW TO ENTER: To throw your name in the online hat to win the two tickets, click the orange comment button below and tell us about a woman who has made a big difference in your life. Your mom? A sister? An amazing teacher? A best friend? We’d love to hear about the women who have helped shape you into the person you are today.

You can also enter via email by sending your answer to

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR ODDS: To increase your chances of winning the tickets, just send an email to your friends and tell them about this giveaway. Just be sure to put in the CC line of your email so we can give you an extra chance to win for every person you tell.

Good luck in the giveaway. And if you don’t want to take a chance on missing this concert, click HERE to purchase tickets on the Walton Arts Center website. Or call the box office at 479-443-5600.


  1. I am blessed to have two best friends…
    My friends Anette and Beth are amazing Godly women, who hold me accountable, who love me unconditionally, and who are ready to drop to their knees at a moments notice to pray with me or for me.
    They have shared hard truths with me, about my self, about life and have always been transparent about their own shortcomings.
    They are both very different, but alike in their love and loyalty to me.
    We laugh, we cry, we rejoice, we lament together. We truly bear one another’s burdens.
    I am so thankful to my Heavenly Father for giving me friends like this, to share life with!!

  2. Definitely my mom. She has been my rock since before I can remember!

  3. Emily Combs is the one lady who has made a HUGE impression on my life. Emily currently is in her early 90s and is a lady of God who just this past month moved to another state to be closer to her family as her husband’s health is failing. Emily was the pianoist, secretary for our Education dept, ran the prayer chain online and website for our church, has more than one blog, paints murals for a variety of community needs, is a retired teacher and makes my busy life look stagnant! She has been a consistant piece of my life for the past 27 years. She has taught patience, unconditional love, having a servants heart and always looking for something positive, even in the midst of strife.
    Having grown up around some spectatulcar women of faith, I have been truly blessed but this one lady stands up above all others. God has blessed my life with my dear sister in Christ, Emily. She has created in me the desire and the ability to go out into the world and love others as Christ has loved us!

  4. I think my mom is the one who has shaped my life the most. I know even today she is praying for me always!! I am so blessed to have my momma!!!

  5. My mom! She has endured hardships and broken through, completed her masters degree. She can do anything she puts her mind to. I’m slowly learning how to do that!

  6. I have had Many women who have walked along side me as a single momma for the last 15 Years…. My Mom Lis H Marlene D Heidi S ans so many others…

  7. My mom! She is the one always by my side and cheering me on. She has taught me how to be a wife and mother. She truely is my best friend!

  8. My mom has been the most influential woman in my life. For better or worse (and mostly better!) I have become the woman she taught me to be. I love her and she has always been one of my best friends. She’s always been there to encourage me on.

  9. My daughter who is now grown is a beautiful person both inside and out. Her example of following Him is a daily inspiration to me!

  10. My mom. She devoted her life to raising us four girls. She was a stay at home mom. After school she had a PB&J sandwich ready for me and I would tell her about my day. I have so many found memories. Although I am over 40 now, she still prays for us daily. And she treats my three black labs like they are her grandchildren.

  11. My mother in law!!!!! She is a great Alzheimer caretaker and a constant inspiration:))

  12. I’d have to say my grandmother! I inspire to be like she was everyday 🙂

  13. My mom. She sacrificed so much for our family and worked tirelessly to help my daddy provide for our family. She showed us love every day.

  14. two women stick out. a girl scout leader that i had as a teen who took special interest in me and trying to help me be my best. and a woman that i met as a woman who i feel is a mentor. she is so kind and knows what to say and what not to say. she is so kind. i would only hope that someone would feel about me the way i feel about her.

  15. There are so many women that I could mention, my mom, my two pastors wives and others, but the one who has made the biggest impact on my life would be my best friend, Melinda, whom I’d invite to this concert should I win. She was my mentor when I became a Christian and she’s been my sounding board on various decisions and has been the biggest inspiration in the way she lives her life.

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