PROJECT INSPIRED AND GIRLS OF GRACE PARTNER TO SHARE EXCLUSIVE STORIES AND VIDEOS WITH EACH OTHER'S ONLINE AUDIENCES
Project Inspired Seeks to Educate, Inform and Inspire Young Women to Live Faith-Filled Lives of Purpose
Los Angeles, CA – ProjectInspired.com, the definitive compass for guiding young women to reach their maximum potential, has partnered with Girls of Grace to share branded content between the two organization’s websites. With two very compatible yet unique audiences, Project Inspired and Girls of Grace both share a vision to reach teens with positive, faith-based content that will encourage a new generation of strong women who are living Godly lives of purpose.
For Project Inspired, Girls of Grace has created videos that promote honor and dignity in relationships. Already in the partnership, Chris Wheeler from Girls of Grace has shared a set of videos that are being highly embraced by the PI audience. Chris, dubbed as “your big brother in Christ,” has been sharing his wisdom, and challenging his audience regarding dating. With titles “Test Driving is Good for Cars-Not for Your Heart” and “Girls, Leave the Beef Jerky Behind”, the videos are receiving great reviews on the site. Joel from for KING & COUNTRY has also created a co-branded video regarding respect and honor in relationships that just posted to the Project Inspired site this week. Joel’s video, “You’re Worth More than All the Money in the World” can be viewed here : http://tinyurl.com/projectinspiredkingandcountry.
As a special bonus, Chris Wheeler is sitting in for Nicole for the PI weekly NicoleLIVE video chat today, Friday, April 5, at 4pm PST. Exclusive to PI Members, Chris will be sharing his heart in real time, taking questions from the girls and giving words of encouragement.
For GirlsofGrace.com, Project Inspired has created branded content that includes Nicole Weider, founder of Project Inspired, sharing her testimony, a blog featuring 10 things other than makeup that can make you feel better about yourself, and another story featuring several of the PI girls who have participated in the site’s “Me Without Makeup” campaign.
Project Inspired has attracted a unique community of young women who are actively participating in the conversation on how to live their lives as beautiful women of God. With a highly engaged audience of more than 14,000 members, more than 56,000 Facebook friends and more than 100,000 monthly site visits, Project Inspired Girls participate in Girl Talk chats, video chats and even create content for the website.
Created by successful model Nicole Weider, ProjectInspired.com seeks to provide wisdom, truth and honest answers to a generation of young women who are at a pivotal age in their development.
“I created Project Inspired to show young girls what it means to be a person of value and confidence,” says Nicole. “I know that everything I have been through in my career was for a bigger purpose. I hope that through sharing my story, I can inspire young girls to lead a more meaningful life.”
About Project Inspired
ProjectInspired.com was created in 2011 to show young girls how to be their own best self (http://ProjectInspired.com). The site examines faith, relationships, fashion, role models, culture and true beauty, all in a safe, caring and positive environment. Founder Nicole Weider draws from her own experiences to make the message clear: Be a person of value and confidence through leading a true Christian life. ProjectInspired.com was created with Mind Over Media, L.L.C., a full-service, cross-platform content development and media packaging company.
About Mind Over Media
ProjectInspired.com was created with Mind Over Media
Mind Over Media, LLC (mindovermedia.net) is a full-service content development, marketing and communications company with brand publishing expertise. The company’s headquarters are in Santa Monica, California.
About Girls of Grace
The Girls of Grace conferences, founded by Point of Grace in 2002, began out of a desire to bring teenage girls together and talk about issues that affect them. “At times girls feel like they are the only ones who struggle with certain issues,” said Point of Grace’s Denise Jones. “A Girls of Grace conference gives them the opportunity to come together in a large group and realize that we all have our own struggles, and yet, we are in this together.” http://www.GirlsofGrace.com
About FrontGate Media
FrontGate Media (http://FrontGateMedia.com) is the largest culture-engaged media group & marketing service reaching the faith and family values audience which represents $4.6 billion worth of Christian products purchased by consumers annually according to USA Today. The firm is celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2011. The FrontGate Media group provides reach to more than 15 million email subscribers, 25 million monthly page views, and 600,000+ at annual events. The media group is #1 in reach to several consumer and leadership demographics in the faith and family values audience including entertainment fans, music fans, church musicians and worship leaders, youth leaders and youth group students, and political conservatives. The company plays a key role in the success of movie studios, non-profit organizations, publishers and authors, record labels and artists and more seeking “creative & emerging media” outlets.
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