A Walk in my shoes….




Today Susan Clark and I had the pleasure of speaking at Oakland UMC in Piper’s Gap.  The message was based around Micah 6:8. 

8But he’s already made it plain how to live, what to do,
   what God is looking for in men and women.
It’s quite simple: Do what is fair and just to your neighbor,
   be compassionate and loyal in your love,
And don’t take yourself too seriously—
   take God seriously.


Susan gave a wonderful message on shoes and walking with God.



She was filled with the Spirit, energetic and ON!


I love this woman and I thank God for crossing our paths! 

Thank you Susan for your timely and heart felt message of God’s love! 

You are a blessing! 


This was  a beautiful flower arrangement.



This is a painting by one of the ladies that was there.


This was the most unusual purse-which was actually an old lunchbox painted by Willard Gayheart!  One of the ladies uses it as her purse.


This child is her son- who is now a grown man!  I loved it!

Clever, neat and beautiful!

Thanks to the beautiful ladies at Oakland UMC for all of the food, goodies, and fun!    You have been a blessing to me and I love each one of you! 


Oakland VBS Women


“My Daddy’s Shoes” by Donna Godwin

About godw1nz

I am the mom of three beautiful daughters, wife to a genius, sister to a teacher, sis-in-law to an engineer, daughter to a yankee and a rebel, and a woman chasing God. I love to read, draw and be with my family. If the reading inspires me, then I draw what I read. Almost everything I draw is based around or about Jesus Christ. I attend church at First United Methodist Hillsville. Ronnie Collins is my associate pastor, also a blogger here. I love the Lord with all my heart and I hope what you see here will inspire your heart.

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