Point of Grace's next project was an ambitious one. They organized a series of concerts and conferences targeted at teenage girls with ample time at each meeting for question-and-answer sessions. A companion CD to the conferences, Girls of Grace, was released in 2002, featuring a host of female Christian artists all interested in addressing the issues and pitfalls of growing up. The next year a double-CD retrospective, 24, was released with many of POG's hits and one new song. In 2004, a former member of Christian choir Truth, Leigh Cappillino, replaced Terry Lang Jones, and the quartet released I Choose You, followed a year later by Winter Wonderland. The country-infused How You Live was released in 2007, and in 2008, (Floyd) Payne left the group. Later that year, Tennessee Christmas: A Holiday Collection was issued.
Sticking with the more country sound, the remaining trio released No Changin' Us in 2010, followed by another Christmas album, Home for the Holidays, and the 2011 collection Turn Up the Music: The Hits of Points of Grace. Their typically uplifting and harmony-charged A Thousand Little Things arrived in 2012, and a covers album, Directions Home (Songs We Love, Songs You Know), which featured guest appearances by Vince Gill and Ricky Skaggs, followed in early 2015. ~ John Bush & Marcy Donelson, Rovi