Girl Got Faith believes that leading a faith-filled life doesn’t have to be boring or full of rules, but it is something that can completely change your life for the better as you enjoy everything that God has in store for you.
No matter if it’s beauty, fashion, lifestyle, or faith, God cares about it just as much as you do, because He cares about you!
Whether it’s online via our website or Youtube, or offline at one of our school workshops, Girl Got Faith hopes to raise fearless women of God that will influence and lead their generation.
To get in touch, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. But most importantly, make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date with all that we’ve got coming up!
Emma is the founding editor of Girl Got Faith. She started GGF back in 2015 when she realised there was a lack of online resources for teenage girls who have questions about life and faith. Over the last few years Emma has taken GGF from an online blog, to developing a schools programme, starting the YouTube channel, launching our IGTV series, and spreading the GGF message through speaking engagements. Emma lives with her husband in South East London and her greatest passion is to see young people realise their full potential and find their confidence in who God created them to be.
Kate is head of design for Girl Got Faith. She joined the GGF team in 2016 and uses her skills as a graphic designer to keep GGF looking at its best. Kate has developed the brand identity across print and digital, which has included organising our own photoshoots, planning and creating social content, and making our merchandise packaging look great. Kate works as a Graphic Designer in London and is passionate about empowering young women to know their worth.
Meet the team.
Here are some of the amazing writers and youtube contributors who volunteer to create all the great content for our channels. GGF is able to touch so many peoples lives because of the breadth of knowledge and insight shared from this diverse group of women, who are all passionate about sharing their heart with others. These are the women who make everything GGF does possible.
Meet our advisory board.
Beth Redman is a singer, songwriter who is passionate about marriage, raising healthy kids, social justice and mentoring women. She’s been married to Matt Redman for 21 years and is a Mum of 5.
Annie Kyei works at the Home Office and pastors Hillsong Bermondsey alongside her husband Phil. She is passionate about the local church and raising up women leaders in all areas of life.
Rebekah Stocker is a mother, wife and business woman, who is passionate about equipping Christians to develop healthy relationships.
What we’ve been up to.
Over the last 4 years Girl Got Faith has been able to impact so many young girls in a positive way, and it goes beyond just our website. Here’s a bit of insight into what we’ve been up to…
As well as our website content we launched our YouTube channel where we have been able to speak about a range of issues. We’ve interviewed various people such as Jessie Smart, author of ‘More Than Just Pretty’ and Sharlene Monique, singer-song writer, who are both positive role models for our audience.
We’ve had the privilege of being invited into various schools across the UK to deliver our GGF workshops that focus on self esteem, body image and social media culture. These workshops have always been a huge success with girls leaving feeling more empowered and confident in who they are.
As well as going into school’s we’ve also been able to support local churches by either running our workshops or having our founder Emma Borquaye be a guest speaker. These events have seen many young girls make decisions to follow Jesus and have been an amazing experience for everyone involved.
A week in The Gambia
In April 2018, Kate from the Girl Got Faith team, went out to The Gambia to deliver our self esteem workshop to the girls of the New Life Children’s Centre school. This was an incredible week that saw the heart and message of Girl Got Faith connecting with girls who live in a society where being a girl can be quite tough at times, women are often seen as second class to men and even talking about normal things like periods and relationships is a bit taboo! We were so honoured to have the opportunity to provide the girls at the school with something especially for them, and this was all made possible by the generosity of some of our supporters who funded the trip.
This is only just the beginning for Girl Got Faith and we have so many plans for how we want to continue to impact and empower the next generation of young women, but we can’t do it alone. If you’d like to join us on this journey and become a supporter of Girl Got Faith by giving then support us here.