Making the invisible God, visible .

About His Walk Media

What does it look like to see God walking?

Our goal through His Walk Media is to show the footprints of  God in every aspect of life.  Yes indeedy, God walks!  He walks towards us, with us and often times, He walks carrying us.  Have you ever wondered what that looks like?   Well, we are dedicated to showing God’s walk toward and with us.


We use Scripture to tackle and find answers for some of the most challenging social issues in our nation today. Through stories of triumph, unforgettable speakers and spectacular live events we encourage, empower and leave our audience in awe of God.  In print, on video, in person and here, online, we hope you’ll join us on this most amazing journey!


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About Kim



The daughter of military parents, Kim was born in the “South” but raised all over the country. “We moved a lot!” Kim says.


Seemingly artistic from birth, Kim produced “shows,” using neighborhood kids, at eight years old. That creativity grew into a passion for film and television.  


Kim worked in production at major television networks learning the business aspect of television on a corporate level. Armed with both understanding as well as experience, she thought she was on track to conquer her dreams. But things began to change. Goals and accomplishments that once glittered suddenly lost their sparkle and left her feeling empty.


Fortunately, “God became my dream,” she says. “I wanted to know Him for who he really is and share that with people who would never think to call on his name. I accepted Christ as my savior when I was six years old, but many years later I had a sense that there had to be more to Him than what I possessed. Whatever that ‘more’ was, I wanted it.” At that point, everything changed. Kim began to pursue the true dream of her heart—Jesus.

Kim is the publisher of The Walk magazine and produces The Walk television show. Weekly, she mentors a group of young women to leave a wake of God’s grace in their paths. An intercessor at heart, with a passion, now for Jesus, and a great love for people, Kim is out to change the world on her knees! Kim lives in Connecticut and has 10 brothers and sisters.

About Our Team


Director of Intercession

Communication is the golden thread that runs throughout Cheryl’s personal and professional life. Both communication with people and communication with God through prayer are where she finds her joy. As she transitioned through her professional life from Speech Pathologist, to Television Host, to Minster, to Marriage and Family Therapist Cheryl derived her greatest satisfaction in the process of interpersonal attunement. 

Among the joys of her current profession as a psychotherapist she has the privilege of walking alongside a person on their path to discovering their personal strengths. So many of us are unaware of our own resilience and value - spotting a hidden treasure within another is her favorite undertaking. Cheryl is the Associate Director of the Christian Counseling Center in Connecticut.

Cheryl supports parents in their effort to work together as partners in creating a healthy family structure.

 Blessed by the unwavering love of her Heavenly Father, her earthly father, and her husband of more than 30 years, Cheryl has a profound appreciation of the immeasurable value of a Daddy. Bolstered by her own blessing Cheryl pours her passion into validating and encouraging men to live out their greatest calling in their fatherhood.

Cheryl and her husband John have two young adult sons.


Board Member

Cecelia (Cece) Jones-Davis is a native of Halifax, Virginia and a graduate of Howard University and Yale University School of Divinity, and the esteemed Yale Institute of Sacred Music, Worship and the Arts.


Devoted to her first call as a worship leader, Cece believes strongly that worship is a Christian’s response to God’s love that reaches beyond the four walls of the local church. She believes that true worship involves witness, which leads to advocacy for human beings on the margins of society. This conviction is the foundation for her HIV/AIDS ministry, as well as her passion to address issues impacting women and girls globally. 


As the founder of Sing For Change, an initiative that mobilizes faith-motivated musical artists and communities in the fight against HIV/AIDS nationally, Cece is committed to the message of Christ’s love and compassion for all people.   She is also the facilitator of the Women & Girls Working Group, which raises awareness regarding issues impacting female reproductive health globally. Cece currently works for the Obama Administration in Washington, D.C. 


Known for her eclectic personality, singing, and ability to connect with others, Cece is humbled to be a servant in her community. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Mike and their daughter, Halo and son, Honor.


Board Member

John B. Donovan is a writer and speaker on historical, leadership, and spiritual topics.  He was the founder of Donovan-Fitzgerald Speaker Services, which produced regular events about the communication aspects of world trade for business people and foreign diplomats from over 40 countries and hosted the annual World Communication Briefing.  In addition, he was a communications adviser to corporate leaders at Ingersoll-Rand, Union Carbide, Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Sumitomo Trust, GE Capital, KPMG, IBM, Columbia Pictures, Kobe Steel, Deloitte, and a number of European governments.


He is now completing a book on the need to transform community life, based partly on the Cold War, including his experiences as an infantryman and war correspondent in Vietnam and also on more recent experiences in many organizational environments.  He is the co-author of a book about the negotiations by his late father, James Donovan, with Fidel Castro around the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis, resulting in the release of the prisoners taken after the Bay of Pigs invasion.  (During a further negotiation resulting in the release of 35 U.S. prisoners, his father took him on an automobile journey through Cuba with Fidel Castro.  An earlier negotiation for the release of U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers is the subject of the recent Stephen Spielberg thriller “Bridge of Spies,” in which his father is played by Tom Hanks.)


While living in Washington during the Seventies, he worked as a Washington correspondent during the Watergate crisis, while earning an M.A. from American University in world affairs from the standpoint of psychology. He is the author or co-author of several Christian books: a book of Bible stories for children, one about the building of the Christian Broadcasting Network, one about spiritual healing, and one about applying faith to everyday life.


Always having a special interest in young people, he was vice chairman of the New York Metropolitan Committee for UNICEF, national youth director for Alpha USA, and a Sunday school teacher for over 30 years. Married to Nancy Donovan for 43 years, they have three children and three granddaughters.


Board Member

Ronald has provided transformational leadership to high-needs schools for 17 years. Beginning as a teacher in the NYC Department of Education he strategically moved into administration and became a high school Principal before the age of 30.


Embracing the principalship fully, he now leads a large comprehensive high school in the Lower Hudson Valley and has moved the school towards graduation rates that are the highest for the school in over a decade. Ron's leadership stance is rooted in organizational structures that maximize human capacity, empowering students as stakeholders in the change process, research-based instructional practices and implementing an educational vision the entire school community embraces.


Ron's foundation in God's promises and knowing that in putting Him first, all things will be added to him, drive his daily decisions. Ron serves his home church of Living Word Christian Church in White Plains, NY in many capacities and loves extending his hands to love others.


Board Member

Steve Knowles has 35 years business experience in media and finance. He began his career with CBS Inc. at CBS-owned WEEI Newsradio in Boston and rose quickly through the ranks to become the youngest General Sales Manager at CBS Radio.

Steve remained with CBS in several executive capacities. CBS sold WEEI, and Steve stayed with the station as part owner. In 1984 Steve became Director of Eastern Sales at the fledgling Telepictures Corporation in New York where he oversaw the company's television syndication operation in sixty cities.

Eventually, the company became a division of Time-Warner. After a successful ten-year tenure at Time-Warner, Steve was sought after by Carsey-Werner, to help establish a national program syndication division.

In his television career Steve syndicated over 100 different program offerings in over 150 American cities. In 2002 he left media to pursue other ventures. He owned a printing company before joining Wells Fargo Advisors and later Diddel & Diddel Wealth Strategies. Steve co-founded North American Power, a Connecticut based green energy company and currently serves as Area Director.

Steve graduated from Indiana University. He has four children and resides in Fairfield, CT.


Board Member

Lowes Moore a humble man from the housing projects of Mount Vernon, is now successful and “giving back” in his current role as the Executive Director of the Mount Vernon Boys and Girls Club.

The New Jersey Nets drafted Moore, a graduate of Mount Vernon High School and West Virginia University, after receiving All-American honors in his senior year. He played three years in the NBA with the Nets, the Cavaliers and the Clippers. He also spent five years in the Continental Basketball Association. The legendary Phil Jackson and the controversial Bill Musselman have coached him and in return he has coached basketball on various levels from high school to professional.

Currently an ordained Elder Moore established a program called the Hoop School, where he and fellow professional athletes conducted motivational speeches and workshops for adolescents, parents, and coaches.

Raised by his amazing mother Jeannette Moore, Lowes was also guided by mentor and father figure, James Jones, then the Director of the Mount Vernon Boys Club.  Today Moore continues utilize some of the same leadership principles he learned while under the wing of Jones. Moore has been a leader of men and young adults in the Mt. Vernon Community for many years, working diligently to cultivate strong and healthy men of great character.

Moore resides in Mount Vernon, NY, with his wife of 30 years, Patrice and their four children.


Board Member

Joe is a self-described entrepreneur, “herder of cats” and “part-time Mad Scientist”.  He is the Managing Director of Charles Gryffin Associates, a boutique professional services and consulting firm, which seeks to identify emerging technologies and provide connections to the leadership that is needed to make those technologies ready for practical use in specialized markets.


Joe has started multiple businesses over the last 25+ years, ranging from a software company that provided equipment & process control software to the microelectronic manufacturing industry to an investment bank that pioneered a new business model for licensing intellectual property.  Despite the wide range of his business ventures, one thing remained true in every case – Joe was always amazed and humbled by the high quality of people who were willing to follow his vision and work with him to make them real.


Early in his career, Joe was granted four U.S. patents for advanced manufacturing methods that are still used today in the creation of microchips at the heart of most computers, smart phones and tablets. 


Joe has a degree in Astronautical Engineering from MIT – so he actually is a bona-fide “rocket scientist”.  He is married and is the father of 3 children.  He resides in Westport, CT.

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