Mary and I had a wonderful and amazing time with our guest Greta Goff, she has wonderful stories about her experiences with God and her family (kids, mom and parents). Greta’s personality is one of loving a super challenge and she has very strong faith in God and that God will make things wonderful.

We get to hear about her youth and the way she wanted to get a new life at the age of 17, her hidden apartment. She grew up Catholic but moved to the Christian faith. Greta felt called to help kids, so her and her daughter started fostering. Greta was a nurse and so she took care of the kids that were hurt. One of the things Greta wanted is to get someone for her daughter (at first she thought little girl but a little boy came along), and Anthony was adopted him and about her daughter. I feel you should hear the interview, a lot was covered and it was a great open honest testimony.

Greta said she wanted control (in her youth) and she sometimes bumped heads with her mom, but when her mom got older Greta had taken care of her mom and they moved in together, and she tells the story of that time in her life. Covered so much in this interview, just have to listen to it and it’s worth the time.

I feel this testimonial will bless you, it’s a good account about how God can do amazing things in your life. If you have time to check this episode of the “Worship Cafe Inspirational Radio Show” please take the time investment, also share it with everyone you know, family, co-workers, friends, and pass it forward on your social media networks such as twitter, and facebook.

You can contact Greta at the link below, Please go by and say hello to her.

Main place to connect with Greta is on her Facebook page address below:

God Bless You and have a beautiful day

Ken Townshend

Hosts: Mary Phillips & Ken Townshend

Show: Worship Cafe Inspirations Radio Show


Songs Played:

I Will Rise by Chris Tomlin
How Great Thou Heart played by Jeannie Allen
Amazing Grace performed by Mary Phillips and Ken Townshend; Orchestrations by Eamonn Karran
Roman’s 8 performed by Mary Phillips and Jeannie Allen; Written and composed by Jeannie Allen; Orchestrations by Eamonn Karran