The Good Samaritan Ministries program to recyle and donate used shoes aims to raise funds to empower people to overcome difficulties by offering donation-based counseling and teaching.
When Brunhilde Daniels heard that Good Samaritan Ministries needed help with collecting shoes, she said, “I just have to help. I know what it is like to go barefoot. I can feel the pain like it was yesterday. It hurt so much when my feet were frost-bitten during WWII. It was so painful to run for our lives across the cut cornfields.”
Her eyes still light up when she tells the story of when she received her first pair of shoes. That’s another part of her story of God’s grace and protection. She has shared her story with teenagers at Sherwood High School, as well as other schools, churches, and Christian retreats. Read more