Accepting Only God’s Best for Our Lives 

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Flutter, Blossom & Shine in September!

Hello GLOSS Family! Do you know what I love most about September—other than the seemingly perfect weather?!  I love September because it’s when we kick off the new GLOSS year! We will have the opportunity to reconnect in/person on September 15 for our first Friday night Butterfly Cafe!!  I can see it now–snacks and lots of giggles! This 2017-2018 year

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GLOSS Makes its Mark – featured in the JLA Magazine

  “Women should serve in volunteer capacities because it’s an opportunity for them to utilize their gifts and talents in ways that enhance the lives of others” – Cherise Davis. GLOSS’ Executive Director, Cherise Davis was recently quoted in the Fall 2016 Junior League of Atlanta (JLA) Peachtree Papers, the organization’s quarterly magazine. Cherise along

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GLOSS Celebrates 10 Years in 2016!

GLOSS will celebrate its 10th  anniversary this year! That’s right, GLOSS was founded in June 2006 and we’ve been going strong ever since. Thank YOU, to our members, volunteers and supporters; we couldn’t have made it this far without your constant prayers! We are hoping that we can continue to count on you to help

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Safety Lessons: Guiding our GLOSS Girls

Look both ways before you cross the street!  Don’t talk to strangers!  Put your seat belt on!  Stop, Drop and Roll!  Those were just a few of the instructions that I learned as a child.  Now as an adult and the Executive Director of GLOSS, it is important to me to ensure that our young ladies

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Notes from the DC/MD GLOSS Chapter

It’s a new GLOSS year, so that means I have another opportunity to participate in something awesome! I get another chance to engage with amazing young ladies and to help them accept only God’s best for their lives. The DC/MD chapter is the youngest GLOSS chapter with our initial launch in February 2013, and we’re

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A New Year with the GLOSS VA Chapter

The GLOSS VA chapter led by Chapter Director Twayna Winston continues to make an impact in Virginia since its launch in January 2012. Ms. Twayna has a team of talented Phase Coaches, volunteers and parents that are eager to further the vision of GLOSS. Ms. Twayna recaps the first Butterfly Café of the year: The

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It is a New Season for GLOSS!

Everyone has their favorite season. Seasons represent change. My favorite is Fall. I love the coolness in the air, the changing of the leaves and my favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I also know that Fall is soon around the corner when GLOSS’ signature program, Butterfly Café’ is set to begin. As the Georgia Chapter Director

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GLOSS Celebrates 8 Years in Style!

Do you remember turning 8 years old?  You were no longer treated like a baby.  You had your own personality, opinions, character and interests.  You pushed for what you wanted to wear, what you wanted to eat, your preference for friends and places to go.  You had few worries and no money, but high energy,

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7 Posh Summer Tips for the GLOSS Girl and Her Family

Families look forward to the summer season all year long. It’s a chance for everyone to recharge with family outings, gatherings with friends, vacations and days at the pool. You want more time for enjoying play, and a less strenuous schedule, while still keeping those young student minds sharp for the year to come.  I

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Beyond Our Stompin Ground – Fulfill the Greatness We Have Inside

Last year, I was able to pursue one of my dreams—the opportunity to be used by God beyond the boundaries of familiarity—my friends, church, neighbors and country. I traveled with a mission group to Spur Tree, Jamaica to serve at a 5-day camp for 60 teens selected from the Child Development Agency (CDA). My experience

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