Let us know what you think of this site and if you have any ideas or uses for the crafts made to further bumping others toward Jesus.

We’re a small group that have been meeting for a few years and are continually at awe of how our simple Jesus focused crafts have been able to touch others.

15 Responses to Comments

  1. Marcia Oakes says:

    I am very interested in helping with some of your projects. I have been trying to find current information about the parachutes? Are they still needed? Also The Premie Wraps, Incubator Covers patterns and info does not download. I have made 25 of the pillowcase dress for Haiti already and would like to be able to find other projects. I am newly retired and have time and lots of material and yarn that need to be put to good use.
    Thanks for your time.

    • This site will be completed by the end of this year, God willing. Thank you for joining us in serving Jesus. We’ll work on the yarn crafts next. I’ve contacted Voice of the Martyrs and yes they still need parachutes to drop translated bibles and short wave radios into the jungles of Columbia.

  2. Joan Adis says:

    What a wonderful site, i have just found it, I was so Blessed with a wheel-chair quilt that my dear friend Karen made me. ehat a treasure i still use, then i received two other quilts for me while i was hospitalized, they are treasures especially the scripture readings on the back. my next hospital visi the girls brought me a shawl typw scarf with pockets in it, that was so clever and i still use that, lastly i was given a pair of home-made knitting needles, the perfect size since i am an avid knitter. but the best gift of all has been the prayers and love i have received from my wondeful Church Group, that is something money can’t buy, and i know those prayers help. i have another procedure on my back next week, and i know all theses prayers, and my comfort quilt will be with me. this group also made an unbelievable quilt for our grandson Corey, who lost his leg on the front lines of Afganistan.. Thanks again, may Our God Bless all of you.

  3. Sandra says:

    What a great site!

    • Godsgal says:

      Thank you Sandra, we pray that you can use this site to bump others to Jesus. Let us know if you’d like us to create something for your church’s use.

  4. Nina Stokes says:

    I’m making pillowcase dresses and would like to use the Jesus Loves You label. I live in a rural area and do not have access to transfer paper for dark fabrics but I do have transfer paper for light fabrics. Are the labels available in reverse format? Thanks!

    • Godsgal says:

      Hello Nina and God bless you for your work. I’ve added the “Jesus label reverse’ on the pillowcase dress page. For some reason the heart has shifted slightly and is not centered on the word love. A few trys could not correct, so in sticking to ‘completion, not perfection’ here it is. Only God is perfect, He shines through our cracked pots.

  5. Joanne Barney says:

    Your site is amazing and certainly a “God Thing”! I have recently followed God’s whisper to help with my local hospice and their part in creating Memory Bears. Upon searching for a bear pattern, I found your website, and the verse Gal 6:9-10. This was the second time in two days that I heard this verse and knew that this was the place to be! I am hoping to form a new crafting ministry at my church and your “getting started” link was very helpful. Blessings to all of you and your good works – Joanne

    • Godsgal says:

      You go girl! Thank you for sharing with us. Once your group gets going, I’d love to have a picture and your story to add to the website so you can inspire others. God is Good, Great, and Faithful. You and your ladies may bump some surviving family members to Jesus with you act of love and comfort. May God bless you and welcome to a great God adventure!

  6. Peggy says:

    What a beautifully composed collection of crafty projects designed to spread God’s L-O-V-E and Word to His children. Thank you for sharing the detailed instructions with great videos, pictures and templates. You’ve set an outstanding example of what it means to “work as though unto the LORD.” One of God’s Bordie Collies. 😉

  7. Tonia says:

    Does anyone have the simplicity pattern 5461. This pattern is no longer available in the simplicity pattern book. Could someone scan the pattern and send to me please. I would like to sew bears for hospice camp and also make my grandchildren memory bears as I am a recent widow. I only need the large bear pattern. I do not need the clothes or instructions. Thank you.

  8. Gloria says:

    Are you still operating as a ministry?

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