He Is My All, Living in the Truth Of God’s Love For Me, Online Bible Study Starts April 7 2014

By February 25, 2014He Is My All

You are invited to participate in the next womens online Bible study: He Is My All, Living in the Truth of God’s Love For Me by Debbie Alsdorf. In this life-changing Bible study for women, you will discover the truth of God’s love. Unlike human love, you’ll discover a love that is unending, everlasting, unconditional and forgiving. Learn the difference between human love and Godly love as you satisfy your soul’s deepest need.

he is my all

“When God’s love for us begins to define our lives, we change from the inside out.”

Debbie Alsdorf

 

You’ll read the book at home and once a week join us to discuss the lessons via online small groups. To participate in this online womens bible study, you need a copy of the book available at Christian Books, Barnes and Noble or Amazon- to order CLICK HERE

He Is My All, Living in the Truth Of God’s Love For Me

 As women, we are created with an innate desire for unconditional love. And throughout our lives we seek ways to satisfy this longing in our hearts: through relationships, motherhood, and even careers. But the search for perfect love in an imperfect world can often leave us feeling heartbroken and insecure. So how do we satisfy our soul’s deepest desire?

He Is My All is a ten-week journey where you will encounter a God who adores you. This study explores the hope, healing, and life-changing power found in His perfect love. Each day’s selection features room for your thoughts, allowing you to journal and meditate on your personal journey. You’ll find a God who loves you completely, experience His life-changing power, and embrace a deeper relationship with your heavenly father.

The book is available in electronic format from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Christian Books.com so if you use the ebook, then you will also need a journal to record your daily discoveries. A simple notebook will do, or use an online journal such as Evernote.

How to Join the Online Bible Study 

  • Post a comment below. Be sure to introduce yourself, tell us where you live and answer this fun question: What is the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for you? What was your reaction to their act of kindness?
  • Subscribe to the email updates for the Womens Bible Cafe if you are new to our studies- click here
  • Join us on Facebook for small group meetings- click here
  • Get a copy of the book He Is My All by Debbie Alsdorf  from Christian Books, Barnes and Noble or Amazon- also available in eBook format.
  • Make sure you read the Getting Started page if you are new to our ministry

IMPORTANT: The publisher has 450 printed books in stock, so if you order from Amazon it will not take 2-3 weeks for delivery as posted on their website. It’s better to order early in case we exceed the number of printed books available. 

Order Your Book For Online Bible Study

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Kindle version- CLICK HERE

Nook Version- CLICK HERE

Once you post a comment below you are officially registered. Welcome to Bible study!

 

Author Christine Abraham

Founder and Ministry Director of the Womens Bible Cafe™ since 2009, Christine has led 60+ online Bible Studies for women. She completed a Graduate of Biblical Studies from Liberty University. She's an inspired writer, Amazon Top Reviewer and Blogger at LifeVerse Books.com Follow on Facebook

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Join the discussion 763 Comments

  • Dana Willis says:

    I want to join the bible study. I am excited

  • My name is Victoria and I live in New York. I too am a little late on joining the group but I plan on catching up.

  • First, I have to add I make a new friend everyday. On the train,bus, waiting at a bus stop on line at a store. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was notice I had not been on the train for 4 months. She pointed out how friendly and happy I made her feel every time she saw me. I had been ill it made me feel good to know I had been missed.

  • Maria says:

    Just like Summer I just discovered this. I hope it’s not too late. My name is Maria and currently in MA. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was in church. It was my first time at this new church and brought my three young girls with me. Of course the service got a bit too much for them and I started getting frustrated so decided it was time to leave mid service and this lady ran behind me and told me to take the kids to a kids program they have for smaller children and begged me to come back. I enrolled the girls and went back and she made me feel so welcomed. It was nice to see that people do not judge and are willing to help you.

  • Summer says:

    I’m a little late on starting this but that’s okay!
    My name is Summer, I’m originally from Kentucky. However, I have just married the man of my dreams and we will be moving all over due to the army! Just the other day, while out to eat with my husband in Arizona, a couple paid for our meal (and left before we got the chance to thank them)…it was quite a bill! But my husband and I were both so touched! We made sure to tip the waiter extremely well!

  • Julia Stait says:

    …I too have only just discovered this…
    …have downloaded the book on my kindle n plan to work my way through the 10 weeks of study…

  • Julie Sims says:

    I wish I hadn’t missed the deadline.

  • teresa325 says:

    Hello, My name is Teresa and I live in Morristown, NJ. When I was in the grocery store, someone handed me money. It happened to be when I needed it the most. Praise God!

  • Diane Weaver says:

    Hi, My name is Diane. I live in Columbus, Ohio, USA. One nice gesture I recall was a stranger cleaning the snow off my car after a snow storm. I had to give God a praise and it made me realize how an act of kindness to a stranger results in glory for God.

    I am hoping to hop in at the middle of the study and join a small group.

  • Dee Roper says:

    Just now starting the book but would like to join in on the discussion.

  • Hi. I’m Brianna and I know that I am late but I was thinking of joining a study group. I just didn’t know where to start. I’m from Louisiana.

  • I am so excited that I have found this site. I have purchased He Is My All. Even though it is halfway over, I am still going to work through this and start new with Children of the Day. Thank you for accepting me.

  • Hi. My name is Jeanette, and I currently live in the Bronx, NY. There are many things involving strangers that have touched my life, but the latest involved a little girl I had just met, all of 4 years old. She gave me a dandelion flower. Priceless.

  • joyce dupree says:

    I am coming in late but would like to see other weeks of study. Joyce Dupree

  • jenny says:

    Hi my name is jenny…I’m originally frm the u.k now living Boston,ma….I’ve had several encounters with strangers.and have been blessed…

  • Ann says:

    Hi. My name is Ann and I am from Austin, Tx. A stranger paid for my lunch order when I realized I left my wallet at home. Although it is a little late I am looking forward to the study.

  • Cassandra Mora says:

    My name is Cassandra. I live in Florida. I am excited I found the site and to study the bible online 🙂

  • Kim says:

    Hello. My name is kim and I am excited to have found this study. I did BSF this last year and was feeling uneasy about the summer off as there is no BSF in the summer. The best thing from a stranger? I love it when they give me a warm, genuine smile….always brightens my day!

  • Kim says:

    Hi. I’m kim and am looking forward to this study. I’ve done BSF this year and was feeling lost because there is no BSF in the summer. I’m from Houston and the best thing I get from strangers is a warm, genuine smile!
    Thank you!!

  • I’m gonna take a chance here and start late I will be ordering my kindle book next. My name is Melissa and I am from Minnesota and I’m am new to the online bible study. I have always been a believer but not a worshiper I just recently changed my life for the better and have found my relationship with god. I am so excited for my life to change and I love learning more and more about how wonderful and life with our father is. I would say the nicest thing someone has done for me is, when my mom passed away, there were so many people who really helped comfort me. I was 25 and my mom was 45 it was an extremely hard time for me.

  • DebbieSue says:

    Very eager and excited to get started. I know I am late getting started but hopefully this study will repeat at some point
    My Name is Debbie but am called DebbieSue, I live in Leslie Ar
    The nicest thing someone did for me was give me an devotional during some stressful times and I cherish that everyday, sometimes I forget to use it but I know where it is

  • Michelle Peterson says:

    Hi. I am a missionary from Oregon, but now living in Uganda. A friend of mine joined your study and recommended it. I can hardly wait to get my Kindle book downloaded and begin!!! Blessings!

  • christine says:

    Hi my name is christine. I just moved to Irving Texas And the best thing a stranger ever did to me was offer me a place to stay.

  • Andrea says:

    My name is Andrea and I’m from Puyallup, WA. I too have been blessed by strangers, it’s hard to think of one on the spot right now:) I hope it is not too late to join.

  • Jennifer Burgin says:

    Hi my name is Jennifer and I’m from Amarillo, TX. It’s hard for me to say EXACTLY what a stranger has done for me since there were multitudes of people who have blessed me. More than I can even count. 🙂

  • Carla Shepard says:

    Hello my name is Carla. I live in Shreveport, La. The most recent act of kindness I received was a guy in front of the line at Subway paid for lunch for the next three persons behind him. I was very appreciative that the next week I decided to pay it forward as well.

  • My name is Anita and I live in rural Northeast Nebraska. Two weeks ago I received in the mail the nicest anonymous card from the church that I am attending stating that God loves me. I needed that and am so appreciative.

  • Natasha says:

    Hi, my name is Natasha, I live in northern CA, the nicest thing someone did for me was help take care of my husband after he fainted suddenly, I am so thankful to that person and have made it my goal to do something like that for someone else.

  • Dana Ganaden says:

    Hi my name is Dana. I am currently living in Richmond VA. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was help me find my way around a hospital when I could not see due to an eye injury. My response was one of thankfulness.

  • Hi my name is Diana I am a missionary in Uganda East Africa. I had a truck driver to stop and fix a flat tire one time. I realized that God can send help in any way He wants to!

  • Kristin Ready says:

    The most recent random act of kindness came from a stranger who gave me directions when I was out of town, lost and scared. He then led me through crazy traffic toward the direction I was suppose to go. It made me feel safe and relieved

  • Liz Conner says:

    Hi. My name is Liz. I live in South Florida. The driver in front of me paid for my order in the chick fil a drive thru. 🙂

  • Jolie says:

    Hi my name is Jolie and the nicest thing a stranger did for me was give me money to get my car out of a garage when there was unposted fees and I had nothing on me, it was at night and I had my baby with me in a part of town that wasn’t the safest. I just came out of a legal meeting and I didn’t feel comfortable to walk a block away to the bank atm, so I was asking if he knew of any closer atm’s and he offered to give me the money instead. I was tearing up and basically told him that I’d come back with his money after going to the atm, he told me not to, just to take it. I was so appreciate and emotional!

  • Andrea says:

    My name is Andrea and the nicest thing a stranger did for me was leave a small angel statue on my front porch when my daughter passed away.

  • mary baxter says:

    Hi my name is Mary, I am almost 74 yrs. old, and retired but still very active. I live in Alabama with my husband and It’s impossible to pinpoint one good deed that someone has done for me, In my years here one earth there have been many good people who have helped me in some way

  • Donna Miner says:

    My name is Donna Miner and I live in Rockledge, FL. I find that most people are nice and I’m quite often blessed by the kindness of strangers. Someone new recently moved in next door to us and before I could go to their house to welcome them to the neighborhood, the wife showed up at our front door with a plate of homemade bake goods and introduced herself to us. I’ve never seen that done before, but thought it was very sweet..

  • char says:

    My name is Char, I’m from SD. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is shoveled our driveway after a huge snowstorm.

  • Laura Beckom says:

    My name is Laura from Gilbert AZ. The nicest thing I can think of right now is when someone stopped to help me change my flat tire. I was very grateful and thanked him.

  • My name is Caroline Y. I’m nearing social security age with vim and vigor. I live in Washington state with my semi retired husband of 35 years. When I was traveling back on emergency leave on a military plane a young soldier gave up his blanket for my then 3 year old daughter complaining about how cold it was. He was watching me with my three kids along on the flight and overheard her crying.

  • Nikki Sharp says:

    Hi my name is Nikki and I’m fr Springfield. The nicest thing someone ever did for me was donate $500 to my car fund. I was driving down the road and saw a man parked along the side so I stopped to ask if he was okay or needed any help, he just simply said no and thank you. I told him to have a good day and continued down the road. A couple days later I went to my grandmothers work and saw the man again. He pulled me aside and said, ” that was very kind of you to stop and make sure I was okay, many cars passed by but you stopped. You did this out of the kindness of your heart expecting nothing in return. So I wanted to give you something to bless you because you weren’t expecting it.” He handed me $500 and said “thank you.” I was so overcome with joy! It helped out more than he could have known.

  • Suzanne says:

    Hi, my name is Suzanne and I’m from New Jersey. One act of kindness that I remember from a stranger was when a client came into the office just before I was about to go out my lunch hour. I was so hungry and couldn’t wait for the clock to strike 1:00p, but I was unable to go because my boss expected me to help the client out with his issue. When I was finally wrapping up with the client he reached into his pocket and handed me an apple, thanked me and apologized because he knew that I was supposed to be on my lunch break.

    I am starting this study a couple weeks late and I hope that I will be able to catch up. Looking forward to this.

  • Anne Koch says:

    My name is Anne and I really need this bible study–is it too late to join?

  • Laura says:

    My name is Laura and I am from Orlando FL. The nicest thing anyone ever did for me was when my dog hurt his leg and needed a 4000.00 dollar surgery. I couldn’t afford it and the veterinarien did it for a very small fee

  • Ruth says:

    My name is Ruth S. I’m 36 and full time working mother of 5. Nicest thing stranger did for me……hhuumm……I rear ended a woman. (Gently 🙂 ) I think she saw my kids chaos in the back of our van. Her car had a scratch. She was very nice to me and said not to worry about it. To take good care of my kids. I was shocked and somehow managed a thank you.

  • Tamika Chambers says:

    My name is Tamika Chambers

  • Elizabeth says:

    Greetings, my name is Elizabeth and I live in South Florida. The nicest thing that a stranger has done for me happened when I was in an airport in Atlanta on a layover. I had recently torn a ligament in my foot and was confined to a wheelchair. The restaurant where I wanted to have dinner only had certain tables that were wheelchair accessible. All of those tables were occupied. A woman seated at one of them saw my predicament, gathered up her meal, and moved to another table so that I could have a place to eat.

    Reflecting on this question has allowed me to remember several times throughout my life where absolute strangers were so kind. It is really nice to see everyone’s stories shared on here; they are a great reminder that God works in mysterious ways.

  • Alesia Moore says:

    Blessings, my name is Alesia, I’m 51 and live in Youngsville, NC with my husband Albert and my son Joey. I shepherd a small farm with 25 sheep, 15 goats, chickens, and 1 mean llama. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me (recently) is take me to get gas when my truck ran out. It had been raining for days and the entire farm was a mud-hole. One of our favorite sheep “Oreo” had gotten cast and injured his leg. My son and I worked in the rain and mud to free this 250 lb sheep and carry him out of the rain and into the barn. We quickly jumped into the truck (bedraggled and muddy) and drove to the vet to get medicine. Neither of us noticed that the truck was on empty. When we ran out of gas, a kind young man in a spotless new SUV stopped and offered to take me to the gas station. He didn’t think twice about allowing me, muddy clothes, boots and all in to his vehicle. I was so grateful, humbled and blessed that he cared more about helping a stranger than getting a little mud in his car. He was definitely a Godsend and a blessing to our family!

  • Tameko Patterson says:

    The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was telling me jokes to make me smile when I was having a bad day.

  • Pat says:

    My name is Pat and I am from Minnesota. I know I am joining late but hope to catch up

  • Renee King says:

    Everyday someone does something nice for me. Whether it is to stop to let me pass when driving, or holding a door open for me as I am walking through. That action becomes the newest nicest thing that a stranger has done for me. It makes me smile inside to know that love still abounds.

  • Kim says:

    Just ordered the book and looking forward to the study group.

  • Kelly Dale says:

    My name is Kelly Dale and I’m a 33 year old woman living in Forest City NC. It’s so hard to pick the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me. Daily acts of kindness are all around us if we are willing to look. I have had strangers let me go ahead of them in line, hold doors open and help me when I was pregnant, pay for my coffee, etc. One specific thing doesn’t stick out on my mind but I’m sure thankful for the small things!

  • Jill says:

    The nicest thing a stranger did for me was lose $10 when we needed food-that was 45 years ago and I believe that was a kindness sent by God

  • Hi I am Kerry aged 28 I’ve just became a Christian so looking forward to learning more, I will have to catch up to speed. I am from Glasgow in Scotland. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was be with me when I gave birth to my son.

  • Laura Hohmann says:

    The nicest thing a stranger ever did was when I was with my elderly dad and we had a flat tire in the middle of nowhere. A stranger pulled over and changed the tire for me. So grateful! from Bishop, CA.

  • Star H. says:

    The nicest thing that a stranger has done for me that really caught my attention was one day I was in the drive-thru lane at a local Starbucks and when I got to the window to pay for my order the cashier told me that the person in the car before me had paid for my order. I thought that was nice of them, and it was unexpected. They wasn’t looking for anything in return; they just wanted to do an act of kindness and make someone else’s day. Their act of kindness was contagious, because it made me think of ways I too could make another persons day without expecting anything in return for myself.

  • Sheila Graham says:

    Hello. My name is Sheila Graham from Dayton Ohio. This my first online bible study. I have started to read the book and am blessed already !

  • Anne S. says:

    Anne from Texas. The kindest thing a stranger has ever done for me?
    What immediately came to mind is a woman who sat next to me on a plane over 20 years ago. I was flying alone to a funeral. She looked at me just once and asked me if I was okay, then she spent the next three hours just being there with me on the plane. We didn’t talk much, but it felt as though she was with me, not just sitting next to me,

  • Chas says:

    Looking forward to the journey!

  • Deanna Biles says:

    I was late getting book and was not sure I was able to. I am now ready to get started.

  • Anne S. says:

    Ready to join

  • Anne says:

    Sorry to have missed week one, but I will jump in to catch up!

  • Sheila Graham says:

    Hello! I am Sheila and signing up for the first time on line. I bought the book and looking forward to the study! I have joined facebook and hope it is correct. I’ll find out!

  • Valerie Van S says:

    Looking forward to this study….

  • Valerie Van S says:

    I would love to join the group – from Canada.

  • Donna Filyaw says:

    Hi! My name is Donna Filyaw and I live in Florence, SC. I have been looking for a good study to do at home and came across this. This will be my first experience with an online Bible study, but since I attend the Grand Canyon University online, I feel confident I will have no problems. To answer your question, the nicest thing anyone has ever done for me was when my husband and I were living in Oklahoma while attending Bible college, he would plan little late night suppers for me. On one occasion it was an extremely busy with school and work, and I was just having a very emotional day of missing home. He planned a “picnic” on the living room floor of my apartment. It was inside because I did not get out of work until 11pm. He came and got me from work, and when I walked into the apartment there was blanket on the floor and all the necessary stuff laid out. He then proceeded to dish out supper. He really knew how to make me feel better. After supper, we cleaned up and went for a late night walk. After which, he returned to his own apartment and called me before I went to sleep.

  • Hello, I’m Dessiree and I am 26 years old. I currently live in south central Florida with my husband of nearly 7 years and our 4 animal babies (a beagle, a pembroke welsh corgi, and 2 kitty cats). To answer your question, I am one of those people who has had someone pay for my meal while waiting in line. I was waiting in a drive thru getting breakfast when a nice lady and her children paid for my entire meal and left me a note explaining her actions. My reaction was pure joy, followed by a desire to immediately pay it forward. I proceeded to pay for the gentleman’s meal who was waiting behind me. Experiencing that made me want to take other opportunities to brighten someone’s day, so I’ve since done it several more times. It’s a very simple gesture that can really turn someone’s day around or bring a moment of gratitude to their heart.

  • Deanna Lynn says:

    Hi ladies, I thought I had posted something yesterday but can’t seem to find it. My name is Deanna I live in California. I know I joining late but I can see I can still catch up. Im excited about this..

  • Carole M. says:

    Hi my name is Carole and I am from Alabama. I am looking forward to.this study seems I have some catching up to do but I can,

  • Jane says:

    Hope I am not too late as well!

  • Blessings! I am Shalomgal and I just joined the Women’s Bible Cafe and downloaded the text. I live in Arizona, USA; we call it ‘the valley of the sun’…very true. Current temperature is 91 and sunshine. The nicest thing a stranger did for me [one of the nicest] was when I was in the ladies room, washing my hands a young gal handed me a paper towel, smiled and said, ‘God Bless You!’ My reaction immediately brought me out of my deep-dark-thoughts; I looked up at her, speechless, said thank you and started…yes..started to smile. I was not smiling before and when I left the ladies room I just felt like handing everyone paper towels! …no..really I felt like simply passing it on. Thank God for that young gal’s simple gesture.

  • Roseline Etienne says:

    Hi. My name is Roseline Etienne. I live in West Palm Beach, Florida.

  • Julia says:

    I would love to join this study, hope I am not too far behind.

  • Hello my name is Morgan Schaeffer and I am from Dayton Tn this is my first online bible study. I am excited for this Bible Study as well

  • Deanna Lynn says:

    Hi my name is Deanna, and I have been getting hints from my son that i truly know are signs from GOD, that I need to get my life back on track. Nicest thing anyone has done is my fiancé taking on my son like his own with no questions ask.

  • Debbie shellman says:

    Would like to join this hope it is not too late

  • alicia53wp says:

    Hi, my name is Alicia; I live in St Louis, Missouri. Many years ago I ran out of gas on my way to work. A trucker stopped on the highway and gave me a ride to a gas station at the next exit. I was very thankful for his help.

  • Marie McNair says:

    Hi! My name is Marie. I am excited to be able to study God’s word online with fellow believers. Years ago, my dog got out of the yard and got tangled up with a much larger dog. He was severely injured, requiring a veterinarian’s attention. This woman, not being able to locate us, took him to our vet and the vet later called us. what a blessing that woman was to our family and our doggie.

  • Shellie says:

    This is my first online small group. I hope I am not to late to join.

  • Daily Bliss says:

    I stumbled on this on the facebook group and viola! I came here and bam.. I so want to be a part of this – My small groups women Bible study just ended last week. I would love to join this and continue in a small groups.. thank you..

  • Tiffanie Moody says:

    Tiffanie from Tennessee. A stranger once paid for my coffee at Starbucks and in turn I paid for the next persons coffee.

  • Julie says:

    My name is Julie and I’m from Mississippi. This is my first online Bible study, and I’m so excited! The nicest thing that a stranger has done for me and my family was to change our flat tire.

  • Sharon Tapp says:

    Hello, I’m Sharon. We had a car accident when traveling with grandchildren on a rainy day. Strangers got us out of harms way, drove us to a nearby McDonalds and they bought food for us.

  • Angie Coleman says:

    Hello my name is Angie ♥ This is my first online study and I am very excited and I can not wait to meet you all and get started ♥

  • Elizabeth says:

    Am Mrs Afolabi Elizabeth from Nigeria my first time here

  • taylorcherri says:

    Hello everyone! I’m new here and excited to get started 🙂

  • modupe says:

    Hello all, my first time as well

  • Tina Gwynn says:

    It’s Tina again – sorry I forgot my “stranger” story! Last summer, I was visiting a local farm stand and I didn’t realize they didn’t take credit cards until I got to the counter with all my goods and I didn’t have cash. The woman who was waiting on me offered to let me bring payment back the next day. I’d never met her before so I was completely shocked – I didn’t think things like that still happened! I was so grateful for her offer but I asked if they accepted checks and they did so I paid them in that manner. I still think about that and it brings a smile to my face every time.

  • Tina Gwynn says:

    Hello! I’m Tina and this is my first online study as well! I would love to join although I’ve missed a week.

  • Kay says:

    Good day. I am Kay from Jamaica. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is to give me directions then guide me to my destination. I was in Japan and could neither read nor speak Japanese.

  • Emily Luckert says:

    My name is Emily and I am from Kansas. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is open the door.

  • Pat says:

    Would love to be part of your group.Quiznut

  • Barb Holmes says:

    Hi, My name is Barb and this is my first online study.

  • Deb Packwood says:

    I don’t think I have been here before and would love to join the bible study! Am I too late?

  • Lee Castor says:

    There is some problem with my joining. A few hours ago the womensbiblecafe was in my groups, but now it isn’t.

  • sara Thompson says:

    I’m Sara and I’m excited about joining this study.

  • laura says:

    Looking forward to trying my first online study

  • Karen Small says:

    Hi my names Karen & I live in Ireland. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is pay for my cat parking ticket as I approached the machine. They payed for 24 hrs! I was so shocked I tried to pay them back.

  • Hi, I’m registered for the study (I commented a few weeks ago), but I’m not receiving any emails about the study…have there been any sent out?

  • Hi, I am Pat and I live in Kentucky. I am excited to start this study. A stranger once told me as I was walking down the street that I looked like I knew where I was going. I think about that a lot.

  • Tausha says:

    Hi I am Tausha, Live in Andros, Bahamas on a very tiny military base. The nicest thing some one has done for me was invited me to there graduation party after only moving/meeting her a few weeks before at a bible study. We are now best friends and make it a point to talk weekly now that i moved again. I am excited to have found this bible study as being here there are very few people who have a walk with God.

  • Kate says:

    Hi there, I’m Kate from MInnesota! The nicest thing a stranger did for me was tell me I was a very beautiful person, inside and out; that they could tell I enjoyed my life and was genuine. This compliment came days after a particularly awful break-up so this was such a well-timed and very touching compliment. 🙂

  • Tina says:

    I am Tina. I live in Texas. Random acts of kindness are amazing. I was blessed by another paying for my milkshake. It made me feel blessed.

  • Donna Widney says:

    Hi, my name is Donna W. I live near Tulsa, OK. I would like to join the Bible Study.

  • Michelle G says:

    Hi! I’m Michelle and I live in Clearwater Beach, FL. I hope it’s not too late to join the study. I’m not sure what the nicest thing is that someone has done for me, but first thing that stands out in my mind is how my mother in law never fails to help me. She helps in so many ways. Helps me clean, helps me sleep, helps me take care of my son, helps me run errands, helps me by encouraging. Help means a lot.

  • Karen says:

    Hi, Karen from Mississippi, and am so excited about finding this group and this study!

  • I’m Michelle and an enjoying the study but I need a group. A young girl helped me set up my classroom a few days ago, even though it was not her class and I had never met her. She was very sweet. It made my day!

  • Nancy Mc says:

    Nancy from Missouri. I would like to join the online bible study. Thank you

  • Danielle says:

    Hi I’m Danielle. I live in NY. I am so excited to join this bible study!

  • Audria Umphress says:

    Audria Umphress from Texas! I had a little fender bender several years ago, and the guy who wAs in the accident with me was a little irritated. There was a woman who pulled over and comforted my son, while I tried to calm down the man. Never got her name, but truly an act of kindness.

  • Donna Gosnell says:

    Hi my name is Donna I live in S.C. I would like to join the Bible study. So excited.

  • Joey Martinelli says:

    Hi, I am Joey from Auburn CA. One of the nicest things that I remember is when I had my daughter. All these ladies from church helped me with food and whatever I needed – I didn’t even know many of them. Looking forward to this study!

  • Lee Castor says:

    Hi, I’m Lee. Would like to join the study.

  • Crystal says:

    Hello everyone! I am soo excited about starting this online bible study. I have my book and am ready to roll. 🙂

  • Lori says:

    Hi I’m Lori and I live in Alberta, Canada. Never underestimate the power of a smile, 16 years ago when I was going through a particularly hard chapter in my life a stranger looked me in the eye and smiled when she met me on the street. She has no idea how that encouraged me that day…16 years later I remember like it was yesterday

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  • Rochelle Anderson says:

    Started my book yesterday and I can’t believe how much the Lord has spoke to me already. I am planning on attending the Tuesday evening class at 6:00 PM.

  • Vanessa says:

    I am excited about joining an online Bible Study!

  • Lacey says:

    Hi, my name is Lacey and I live in Gloucester, Virginia. Someone once gave me a hefty (to me) bit of cash to help me get on my feet when I was a young mother, and even though it probably wasn’t a huge amount to her, it made a huge difference in my life. It was unexpected and so, so kind, and since then I’ve always strived to help others when I can! Looking forward to the bible study!

  • Lauren says:

    Joining a day late, but joining nonetheless 🙂

  • Kim Baier says:

    Hi my name is Kim Baier and I live in Ulysses Kansas. Would love to join this Bible Study!

  • Lenore Jonas says:

    I am excited to be a part of this Bible study.

  • Sherry Hecard says:

    Hello! My name is Sherry Hecard and I live in Concord, NC. I’m excited to start this study! I remember a time when my gps had failed me, and a stranger at a gas station made sure that I knew where I was going before I took off again. I try to take every opportunity to help someone in need remembering his example of kindness.

  • Darlene Rupp says:

    Hi I’m Darlene Rupp and live in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. I attend Water of Life Community Church in Fontana, CA. I normally attend a summer Women’s Bible Study at my Church but will be gone for 4 weeks during the 7 week study so this study will be perfect for me and I also have a friend who has joined. I’m excited.

  • Anna says:

    Hello all! I’m Anna from North Carolina. One of the nicest (fairly recent) things that someone has done for me was help me retrieve my keys from a sewer. They fell in while I was out on an evening jog. Several cars passed me on the road struggling to hook mykeys with a stick. However, the kindness of a random stranger and his metal hanger saved the day.

    • Anna says:

      I almost forgot the second part of this. Of course I was over the moon. I was happy that someone actually took the time to help me and that didn’t have to call and wait for someone on a dimly lit road. I repeatedly expressed my gratitude and this helpful person seemed pleased with himself. After I received my keys, I felt great! It was good to know that in a world with so much going on there are still people out there who don’t mind taking a few minutes out of their day to help a stranger in need.

  • Patsy says:

    Hi, I’m Patsy from Kingsville, Texas. I was given a ride when, as a young teacher, my car broke down. I was thankful, although I was wary, since I was alone with a strange man. He slowed down, and that scared me, but he just needed to close the toolbox in the back of his pickup.

  • okudaisi says:

    Hi, my name is Ola and i live in London, UK. one of the nicest things a stranger has done for me is get up when my son and me were on the bus so that we can sit together

  • Brittany says:

    Hi Everyone! My name Is Brittany. I am from Southern California. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was help make my grandfathers life become a little bit easier during the last year of his life. Though it greatly benefited my grandfather, it resonated with the rest of us who were close to him.

  • Hi, my name is Hannah and I currently live in Ankara Turkey. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is lead me around one of the German airports when I was very lost. He didn’t let me out of his sight until he knew I was on my way to the right gate 🙂
    I am excited about joining a online bible study for the first time!

  • Michele says:

    Nervous!! My name is Michele and I am from Texas. The kindest thing a stranger did for me is pay it forward in line at Starbucks and bought my order. I did the same when it was my turn at the window.

  • Hello everyone! I am Agnes and I live in Alexandria, VA. I am new to this online bible study but very excited! 🙂 I worked at BJ’s Wholesale Club and during my second (or third month), I helped a customer who bought a lot of (dvd) Passion of Christ and asked him if he’d seen the movie & why he’s buying a lot. Well, he said yes (and said it was a very good movie) and that he’s planning to give some of those movie to his relatives & friends. After the transaction he asked me if I already have a copy and told him I’ll go get one after my shift. He surprised me by handing me one of the dvd & taken aback (caught me by surprised & his generosity) I told him I cannot take it out with me without a receipt, showing I paid for it so, I told him thank you very much but I cannot go (leave my register) & make copy of his receipt. So my customer left and I was helping the next one in line & that customer was asking me about the movie when my prior customer came back, handed me the dvd & copy of the receipt! I was totally surprised by his action & cried! I thanked him & he told me, “God Bless you!”

  • Laura Meyer says:

    My name is Laura and I’m from Iowa. The nicest thing a stranger has done was stand up for me when someone else was tearing me down. I want to join this study to continue to work on. Y faith life.

  • Ashley C says:

    Hi I am Ashley and I live in Brooklyn NY. I was invited to this bible study by a friend who has done several studies with the Women’s Bible cafe and she loves it. The nicest thing a stranger did for me recently was help me with my tire in the middle of winter. He literally kneeled down on the snow to help me with my tire. His patience and generosity was beyond words.

  • Valerie Brodrick says:

    I’m Valerie and this will be my first online Bible study, but I’m very excited!

  • Jennifer says:

    I would love to join this Bible study. I’m Jennifer and live in Anchorage, AK. I know there are many things that strangers have done for me but at this moment I honestly can’t pick one out. I do notice the nice things strangers do for me everyday like smile at me in the store, compliment my kiddos, or hold the door open for me.

  • Carla Whitmire says:

    My name is Carla. I live in Phoenix, AZ. This is my first online Bible study and I am looking forward to the experience. The nicest thing a strange did was buy my coffee at a coffee store. When I pulled up to the drive thru the clerk told me the person in front had already paid for my coffee. I now try to do that a couple times a month to someone else.

  • Trisanne says:

    My name is Trisanne. I live in Pittsburgh, PA. I don’t remember a stranger doing anything for me.

  • I am so excited to be apart of this bible study. I have been following this site for years, but have always been afraid of joining. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done… Help me up and get me home safely after I fainted in the subway station.

  • Lucille McDaniel says:

    Hello, My name is Lucille. I am from a small town near Macon, GA. One of the nicest things a stranger did for me was to stop when my car had slid into the ditch and with the help of several others lifted my car up enough so I could drive out.

  • Lori Bratcher says:

    I do believe that I have already registered, but just in case I didn’t – My name is Lori and I live in Ohio. I think the nicest thing a stranger has every done for me is to pray for me. Can’t wait to start this study!!! Praying that all involved are changed by what God has in store for each of us!!!

  • Jerri Jones says:

    Hi…I am Chelle from Washington DC. I’m looking forward to this study. Since I live in the city and it appears that everyone is in such a rush, I count it joy when I pass a stranger and we share a brief nod, smile and hello.

  • Hi, I’m josephine or jo for short…looking forward to join & learn more about God. Although, I’ve been in a different bible study but I still believed to learn more.

  • Jan says:

    Hi my name is Jan and I would love to do the bible study.

  • Jacqueline says:

    Jacqueline in Massachusetts. I’m not sure but being on crutches right now I have had plenty of help from friends and family.

  • Donna Tyner says:

    Excited about joining this group. My name is Donna Tyner and I’m from Birmingham, Alabama

  • Shelley cox says:

    I’m shelley and i live in Oregon mom of 4 kids. The nicest thing some one did for me was give me money so i could get food for my kids

  • Cindy Jones says:

    I don’t think I have registered so I am doing it now and can’t wait for this study to start! I am Cindy from Independence Missouri and there are several times that strangers have done nice things for me but the main one that stands out in my mind most even though it was not directly for me, it was for my Grand daughter, is when someone paid my grand daughter’s preschool bill so she could continue doing what she loves to do! Learn and be with friends!

  • Marcia says:

    Hi! My name is Marcia C and I live in Michigan. A nice thing that happened to me due to a stranger is, I was in church and a nice man came up to me and told me I was beautiful. I was a bit embarrassed but I thought that was very nice for him to say.

  • Beverly says:

    Hello, my name is Beverly and I live in Peoria, AZ. Please enroll me in this study if it’s not too late. As far as the question goes, I’m hard pressed to think of anything a stranger has done for me. I’ve had family and/or friends help me out without asking anything of them. Maybe something will come to mind after I post this comment. I’ll be thinking about it.

  • Kimberly says:

    Hi My name is Kimberly Parker and we just moved to Brunswick GA…. about a year ago. we have 5 grown kids and a couple of years ago adopted 2 of my grand kids. I am praying for my husbands salvation and that my children turn back toward God..The nicest thing that happen to us was when I became a Christian, my neighbor bought me and 3 of my children bibles… the other 2 was already grown and moved out.. God has been blessing me, way before I became a Christian..

  • Marie Solla says:

    Hi, my name is Marie Solla, mom to an wonderful 14yr old son. I live in Miami Gardens, Fl. The most memorable thing a stranger has done for me…a long time ago, I was working at a Taco Bell. Every day the same people came for lunch. 1 regular customer asked me what was wrong with me that day. I told him I was trying to save money to get my car out of the shop, that my car was ready but I didn’t have the money. He asked me how much do you need? I told him how much and that it would probably take me 2 more weeks to save it up. The next day for lunch that same customer came and passed me a paper bag with the money in it. I walked up to the customer and asked him why did he do that? He said just pay me when you have the money. To this day I will never forget that man. I paid him back but I do not know his name and I have never seen him again. I wasn’t even a Christian then and God was still showing me how he provides.

  • Crissi says:

    Hi my name is Crissi from Lubbock TX. I honestly can not think of just one time a stranger has done something nice for me but multiple times. From opening a door for me to saying hello with a friendly smile. Seems small I know but sometimes the small things are the ones that matter. Looking forward to this study. Thanks!

  • Ashley Davis says:

    I am Ashley from Arkansas is ready with book in hand!

  • Liza Carter says:

    I would love to join this study. And to answer your question, the nicest thing that strangers did for me was help me in the aftermath of a tornado. A tree fell through the center of my house. It was raining, cold and just terrible weather. As people drove past my house, random strangers stopped to help me and my family salvage my belongings from my house. Random acts of kindness I hope to pay back 10 fold in my life. 🙂

  • Kelly Anne Miller says:

    Hello, my name is Kelly Anne and I’m originally from Wyoming, but am currently living in Mansfield, LA. I’m looking forward to this study, as it so needed right now! The one event that stands out in my life regarding a nice event with a stranger is when I was 18, I was sitting in a mall and having coffee with friends. A guy that worked at a nearby store came right up to me and said “you are so pretty” and then just walked away! Being as my self esteem was pretty low back then ( and can be still-even though I’m in my 40’s now), that was just a wonderful thing to hear!

  • Norma Campos says:

    Hello, I’m Norma and live in San Diego, California. One of the nicest things a stranger has done for me was to give me an unexpected compliment. I was surprised because my heart needed a pick-me-up and there it was! I’m thankful for kind people that God sends my way 🙂

  • Amy says:

    Hello. My name is Amy and I live in Fort Worth, TX. Just this weekend, I was trying to start my lawn mower for the first mow of the season with no success. A neighbor I have never met from a few houses down, came over and spent a lot of time trying to get it to work. He even went home, got his tools, and came back to check the spark plugs, etc. We didn’t get the mower to start, but he spent about an hour of his Saturday trying to help. I am very grateful, and hope to repay him for his kindness soon.

  • Patti P. says:

    My name is Patti and I live in Pennsylvania. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was pay for dinner for my family of six.

  • Pamela says:

    Hello my na me p amela iam from north d ako ta. she just Iam e xcit ed to st art thi s study .
    The nicest thing a stranger did for me was bring meat to my home when my children were small ..We had none and I didn’t know what to do and said she felt we could use it

  • Selina says:

    Hello, my name is Selina and I live in London. Really looking to the study to get closer to God and also understand the scope of his love for us and the father heart. A stranger on the bus gave me the money for the bus fare as the bus driver did not have any small change to break a 10 pound note. I would have had to get of the bus and go to the nearest store to get some change!

  • I am Marj. I live in a suburb of Kansas City, MO. I really can’t remember when a stranger helped me. I want to be the one to help.. Don’t misunderstand, I’ve been on the receiving end of help from family and friends this past year due to multiple surgeries.

  • My name is Paige and I live in Wyoming. One of the nicest things a stranger has done for me was to help me when I was stuck on the side of the road.

  • Susan Heck says:

    Hi, I am Susan and I am from Roanoke, Va. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to give me her trampoline for my children. Ours had broken and she saw us placing the parts at the curb to be hauled away. She asked if we would like to have her (nearly brand new) trampoline because her kids had outgrown it. She refused to accept any money we offered to her and instead asked us to “pay it forward” sometime.

  • Susan Heck says:

    I would love to join this study!!

  • Tess says:

    Hi. Tess from Philly. In my early 20’s, out too late, ran out of gas at 4am. A man stopped by the side of the road, picked me up and took me to get gas, returned to my car, put the gas in the car, and warned me never to take a ride from a stranger again. He was an angel in disguise.

  • Donna says:

    Hi, My name is Donna and I live in Mississippi. I”ve been looking for a bible study to renew me in Christ.

  • Tobia Veith says:

    I am Tobia from Macau. Our family arrived late at night by car in a new town and were trying to find the bed and breakfast where we were to stay that night. A woman on a bicycle asked us if we knew where to go and then escorted us there and then drove away. It was an amazing and unusual act of kindness! We were so grateful!

  • Tracie says:

    I am from Sheridan, Arkansas. The nicest thing anyone has done for me is provide Christmas for my family. It was an overwhelming feeling of surprise and gracefulness.

  • Tanya Alexander says:

    Hi, my name is Tanya Alexander from North Houston in Texas. I’m looking forward to joining this bible study. Once my car ran out of gas in the middle of the street during rush hour traffic. A wrecker driver pulled up and towed my car to the gas station free of charge. That was super nice!!

  • Terri Jenkins says:

    Hi, Terri from Katy, Texas. I met an older lady at my doctor’s office once. We talked about the economy and how my husband and I had both been laid off but God was good and we were keeping our head above water. I helped her out the door as she had to use a walker. She reached in her purse and pulled out some snacks and ten dollars. Naturally I felt she needed it more than me so I politely declined; however, she insisted and asked that I not “steal her joy of giving”. My first lesson on how to receive.

  • Lauree says:

    I am Lauree and I am from MD. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was put oil in my car for me when I was in college (knew how to do it, just had never done it before and he could tell!).

  • I am Cindy from Texas. Rescued me on the highway with a flat tire. They actually had to drive to a service station to air up my spare. They went above and beyond.

  • jackie says:

    A employers paid for my groceries one day. It blew me away. my cart was full. I’m from Northeastern Nebraska.

  • melissa says:

    I would love to be in this Bible study or just brings me closer to God but getting the book is what in going to havea problem with I don’t have the income to get it so in going to pray that God will help me get it

  • wendi says:

    Hi, I am Wendi. I live in Tennessee. This is my second study here. I think the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was when I was pregnant with my youngest and had two other kids in tow. We were at the store and I had apparently left my purse at home. When I got ready to pay I was in tears, I asked if I could leave my basket and come back. The gentleman behind me told ms not to worry, asked how much it was and paid! I was in shock, but he told me his wife had been in a similar situation some years before and someone had done the same for her. We had the opportunity to pay it back a few years ago.

  • Robyn Tyminski says:

    Hi I am Robyn from central New Jersey. A sweet lady paid my $20 shop rite bill because I went thru checkout and then realized I had no cash, checks or debit card with me. IAnd she showed me the kindness of Christ so I could bring the food home and cook for my family. A huge blessing during a difficult time. I caught up with her later that month to reimburse her.

  • Stephanie says:

    Hi! My name is Stephanie and I’m from Tennessee. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was pay for my coffee and I returned the favor by paying it forward and buying the person’s behind me. I’m lookin forward to this study!!

  • Monica R says:

    Hi, I’m Monica from Texas. I had a young lady come up to me and told me I looked troubled & scared. She gave me a lot of reassuring words and then prayed with me. I was new to the area I was in and she quickly became my friend after. We were from two very different walks of life and her compassion compelled me to open myself to other people who needed help like I did.

  • Martha says:

    Hi, my name is Martha. I currently live in Puerto Rico. The nicest thing I can think of recently is having a stranger at Wendy’s buy me lunch. No, he wasn’t trying to pick me up. 🙂 I’m in the military and I was in uniform at the time, so he paid for my lunch as a way of saying “thank you for your service”. very nice!

  • Linda says:

    Hi ,I’m Linda from Arizona. The nicest thing anyone has done for me ? Well I have a disabled son who is 18 now ,but a few years back and a couple of days before Mothers Day ,a coworker won a beautiful bouquet at work . He gave it to me and said he wanted me to have it because he knew my son couldn’t go buy me anything . Later some other coworkers told me he put a lot into the raffle because he wanted to make sure that he won it . He passed away about 6 months after that :-(but,he left an impression on my heart that will last forever .I cried when he gave me the bouquet and every Mothers Day I choose a Mom to do something nice for ( along with my own Mom of course )

  • Ira says:

    I’m Ira from CA. When I was in the sauna, a woman beside me talked to me and she said she just wanted to share Jesus s me. We met for a coffee the following week, and she just wanted to say Jesus is w me. It’s a great reminder and she told me I can do it.. Whatever endeavors I have.

  • Nikki says:

    My name is Nikki Clark and I live in Chickamauga, Ga. The kindest thing a stranger has done for me was when my girls had a car wreck. It was really bad and a couple of strangers took care of them and I could never repay them for what they did.

  • Christy Black says:

    Hello! I am Christy from Fort Worth, TX and I think strangers do nice things for me all the time. The most recent was when my youngest daughter and I were stuck in Waco in an ice storm and looking for a hotel room. When I pulled into the hotel, she was asleep and I didn’t want to wake her if they did not have a room for us so I was just going to ask just inside the door while I kept an eye on the car at the same time. There was a man there smoking and he could tell I was in a pickle. He asked if everything was okay and when I explained the situation, he pulled out his room key and offered to give us his hotel room because he said he had just taken the last one. He was already putting out his cigarette and heading inside to tell the front clerk. I of course stopped him and went on down the road and found something very soon. I was however grateful that he was willing to do something so selfless for Beau and me.
    Looking forward to what God has to speak to me through this ministry!

  • Shari says:

    Hi, my name is Shari from Chicago, the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was pray from me during a really hard time. I was in tears because of this kindness, at the time I had lost faith in mankind.

    • Pammie Hill says:

      Just in case I didn’t sign up….I think I did but I maybe having a “senior moment.” Pammie from Southern Cali.

  • Joyce West says:

    One day at work got paid and didn’t have enough to pay bill a customer walk up t o me and gave me one thousand dollors

  • Hello ladies, I’m Teresa from the Northwoods of Wisconsin. I recall the kindness of a stranger from about 30 years ago. I was a young woman making a living as a waitress. I was on my way to work one day and my car died. I had no idea what happened and was going to be late for work. Cell phones had not been invented yet, so I had to depend on someone to come along to help. A man, who was also in a hurry, took the time to stop, help me get my car to the side of the road and drove me – out of is way- to work. He probably saved my job!

  • Laurie says:

    Hello, I am looking forward to this study. Laurie from Texas.

  • Susie says:

    My name is Susie from Louisiana. I was having lunch in a very small establishment in my home town. When I went to pay the person before me had paid for the next person’s meal which happened to be me. Her request was to “pass it on!” I did not know this person but had heard of her. She was a teacher in the area I live and was battling pancreatic cancer. She passed away 6 months later. I never met this person but was deeply touched by her act of kindness in her battle with cancer. I was able to pass on her kindness to someone else. It reminded me that the small things do matter and how we respond to people we come in contact with everyday.

  • phyllis says:

    I was out of town and my car broke down. Someone stopped to help and went out of his way to get what was needed to fix the problem.

  • Roxanne from Mount Vernon, NY. A new coworker invited me to a Bible discussion at someone else’s home. I went reluctantly. I was welcomed with open arms. I bought my first Bible and started studying the Bible. I got baptized within two week. The coworker who invited me shortly afterwards left the job.

  • Leah Russell says:

    My name is Leah. I am from a small town in Mississippi. I have done several Women’s Bible Studies but never on-line. I really don’t have a story to tell about a stranger doing something nice for me. But I look forward to this study.

  • nananewbern says:

    The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was allow me to go in front of them in the bathroom. I guess the bouncing up and down must have given them a clue that I really had to go. I can’t wait to start this bible study. I have never done one online.

  • I am a new Bible reader and very excited to join this group. I am sure it will inspire me to seek deeper insights and meanings that will enhance my life.

  • Pam Woods says:

    Pam Woods from a very small town in Western Colorado (Hotchkiss)… my girlfriends are all doing something nice for each other… it is so wonderful to have someone know you so well that they do kind things without being asked… I’m always blown away when someone does something kind for me…

  • Taya says:

    Taya from South Dakota, looking forward to doing this study, I have been to small groups in my town but never online, I am hoping to get some good positive insight from strangers across the country. 🙂

  • Shalonda from Indy says:

    Hi, I’m Shalonda. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was to buy my coffee at a Starbucks ahead of me in the driv-thru. When I got to the window to pick up my coffee and pay, the lady told my that the nice lady in front of you paid for your coffee…pay it forward!! I was so shocked that I have continued this practice myself.

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  • suefis says:

    Hi I am Sue from central California. One time I was on an airplane during a stressful time and the person next to me offered to pray with me. God put her there for me knowing what I needed and the rest of the flight was truly a blessing. I have tried to return this kindness by listening to God and being more aware of people and their immediate needs.

  • Lisa Bailey says:

    I think I have already posted but I want to make sure!!! lol

  • Zoe Grace says:

    Hi, I’m Zoe Grace from Montana. I needed a problem with my laptop fixed at Best Buy the other day. I had been experiencing a tough day at work and just needed some grace and favor from God through people. The manager was so pleasant, helpful, and assured me that he would seek to fix my problem and make it right. I walked out of the store feeling the small taste of grace and favor.

  • B says:

    Hi I am Bonnie from Ontario Canada. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me that comes to mind at this time was a young gentlemen at our local Rona hardware store went so out of his way to help me. Buying building materials is not my area of expertise LOL. He just went way about what was required of him. We chatted as he helped me and turned out he is a friend of my son and they played football together. He still helps me every time I go to Rona. I still seek out his advice

  • gwenbyfaith says:

    Hi I am Gwen from Jamaica, NY. I was walking along the streets of Manhattan and a woman came up to me and said “Can I pray for you?” God sent this woman knowing how troubled I was that day. She prayed for me and I thanked her; inside I felt the weight lift and knew it would be alright.

  • Lori Brown says:

    When I was a small girl in an airport a man dropped his stop watch and I helped him pick it up. He just said, “Keep it”. I was confused at the time because the man seemed angry, however I think he was just in a hurry.

  • shan says:

    My name is Shan and I’m from a small town in west central Wisconsin. One of the nicest things a stranger has done for me was to pay $200 towards the cost of my ‘new’ used car…. I cried…lol

  • Karen says:

    Hi I’m Karen from Indianapolis, IN. I had a flat tire with three young children in the car and a young man put the spare tire on for me.

  • Hi, my name is Sherley from NYC. Today I ran out of gas and a total stranger went and got me Gas. I was so blessed when his exact words was “I’m a servant of God, someone just blessed me with a spare tire now is my time to pay it forward” I almost started crying.

  • Carol Steele says:

    Hello, My name is Carol and I’m from Union Point, Ga. A lady came into the grocery store where I was working and gave me $100 to finish buying school clothes and supplies for children. I ran to the door to give her the money back, but she wasn’t there. This was 21 years ago, but still one of the most memorable kindnesses shown to me.

  • Faye says:

    Hi, I’m Faye from Tennessee! Once a stranger stopped and let me use his cell phone to call for help when I ran out of gas. I was very thankful!

  • Hi everyone! My name is Beth and I live in Gloucester, VA. The most wonderful random act of kindness that ever happened to me was shortly after my husband was diagnosed with cancer. We received a $100 gas gift card from a woman (friend of a friend) who’s family had been through a similar experience. After shedding a few tears (rare for me), I wrote a return note to her saying we would “pay it forward” and bless someone as she had blessed us!

  • Cherie says:

    Cherie from Mchenry IL. Someone in front of me paid my toll.

  • toni says:

    Joining in soon…excited!

  • Lynn says:

    Hi, I am from Cincinnati Ohio. Once a stranger bought my family a Christmas tree when my children were small.

  • Fairlee Corkran says:

    Hi I m Fairlee from Hamlin,TX. Once a stranger gave me 10 dollars for a new tire for my bike.

  • Julie says:

    Julie from MS. Looking forward to this study

  • Chery Thomson says:

    Hi, my name is Chery and I live in N. TX . The nicest thing a stranger ever did was a long time ago. My husband and I were young with 2 of our four children. We had a payment coming up for heating and knew we did not have all of the money. A man came to our apartment ( we were in college) he told my husband he had been in prayer and The Lord told him to empty his pocket and give what he had to us. I almost reported him as he was pacing outside our door before my husband came back from night courses, he explained to my husband and the money he gave us was to the penny of our heating bill! We were stunned and never saw him again. He asked for no thanks and said he always prayed for college as he remembered how hard it was for him! We have never forgotten and thanked God for him daily.

  • Aloha, I’m Rochelle and I live in Hawaii. I was six months pregnant and in my way to work when I got a flat tire. An elderly gentleman stopped to help me and changed my flat for me. Even though I knew how it wasn’t going to be easy with my big belly. Good brought me an angel in the form of an elderly man to rescue me.
    I have never done an online study before but I’m desperate for study and conversation with other Christian women so I signed up.

  • Mackenzie Hanley says:

    Hello my name is Mackenzie and I am from Baltimore, Maryland. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is when my car got stranded on the side of the highway on the way back to college after break, the tow truck driver took me out of his way to a place where I could meet my boyfriend who drove 2 hours to come get me.

  • julie says:

    Hi my name is Julie. The nicest thing anyone ever did for me was when Jesus took me back , no questions, open arms.

  • Angie & Kaela says:

    I don’t have my book yet, because I just heard about it.But will join the 1st day anyways. My name is Angie. So many…but when car broke down in the middle of a busy intersection at evening rush hour with baby daughter in back of the car. A man risked his life to walk in the middle of the mess and push me to the side of the road.

  • My name is Julie Forrest. Was raised Christian but lost my faith when I lost my entire family including grandchildren. I need to get it back even if I never have contact with my lost family again.Guess I’m kinda mad at God!

  • Karen says:

    Hi! I’m Karen from Michigan. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was was when a deer hit my car, several stangers stopped to ask if I was okay and if they could anything for me. Being a single woman, it was greatly appreciated!

  • Kelly says:

    Hi.. Kelly, I’m from Mississippi! The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was befriending me when I joined a group and new no one and was scared out of my mind. They helped to guide me through and help me with all aspects of the group!

  • Wendy Courter says:

    Just got my book! Looking forward to the study!
    Wendy in Missouri

  • Sandy Kayle says:

    Can’t wait to start.

  • Judy says:

    Excited about the study!

  • Charmaine says:

    My name is Charmaine and I live in South Africa. Is it possible to get the book on ibooks or how can I download it using my ipad. Thanks

  • Jessica says:

    Hi!! My name is Jessica. I live in Indiana. The nicest thing a stranger had ever done for me is a young man stopped and changed my tire in the middle of winter. I was so thankful because I was from out of town and my husband could not come and help me. He was a youth pastor from a few towns over. 🙂

  • Renee says:

    Hello, my name is Renee. I’m excited for what God is doing in the life of women. I can’t wait to share thoughts and inspirations during this study.

  • Jacki says:

    Hi I am Jacki from Cincinnati. The nicest things that strangers have done for me is smile at me. It warms my heart.

  • Michelle Harris says:

    Would like to join the study. My book may be late so I will have some catching up to do. I am from Michigan. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is give me a gift certificate for a massage.

  • Lee Johnson says:

    I am lee joining. I ordered my book and read the intro. I am looking forward to the bible study.

    • Lee Johnson says:

      I forgot to answer the question. I got called an angel today at work. It is helping me tonite. I needed it.

  • Malia says:

    Hi all, my name is Malia and I’m from Seattle. The kindest thing a stranger did for me was smile and ask me how my day was when I was going through a really tough life change.

  • superbreenie says:

    Hello, this is my first bible study with this group, and I am excited about that! My name is Briana, and I am from California. For me, I have a lot of strangers that are kind to me due to my physical condition. I have back issues, and am frequently slow/limping – so, people will open doors for me, or ask me about my physical issues. I am in my mid-thirties, so it doesn’t look like I should have those kinds of issues 🙂

  • Fran says:

    I just want to see what this is about; the nicest thing a stranger has done for me is to pray for me.

  • Mags says:

    Totally excited for this study.

  • Gwen Harper says:

    Good day, my name is Gwen Harper Bronx New York, I have been in a couple of studies with women’s bible cafe…..I have enjoyed the studies and can’t wait …..thank you for this oppurtunity to join and share with each other.

  • Amy McCardle says:

    Hello all my name is Amy McCardle I live in Purvis MS I am excited

  • Angela says:

    Probably the nicest thing done for me – my friend Marie has spent the past 15 years bringing me to God.

  • Angela says:

    Hi – my name is Angela and I live in Australia. I’m a new Christian and this is my first study. 🙂

  • Deb says:

    I’m excited to do another of Debbie’s studies!

  • Roberta says:

    Hi, my name is Roberta. Ontario, Canada. Look forward to this study. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me… any man who opens the door for me. It’s nice that chivalry is still being practiced

  • Katy says:

    My name is Katy. I’m in California. Back when I was in college in the dormitory a girl who was not very popular told me “I like that you are who you are. You don’t pretend to be someone or something else.”

  • Catherine says:

    I am Catherine living in southwest Arizona. I have been wanting to do a study however seem to keep missin them. I am really looking forward to this one. The recent nicest thing a stranger has done for me is genuinely smile and say hello.

  • my name is June, I’m from New Hampshire. I’ve grown up in church. My dad was a pastor, but this is my 1st ever women’s bible study. I am looking forward to this.

  • Catherine says:

    Hi! I am Catherine living southwest AZ. I am looking forward to this study!

  • Gracie Martin says:

    Hello my name is Gracie Martin and I am from Texas. I think the nicest thing a stranger has done for me is buy me coffee at a drive-thru Starbucks. It was a nice surprise! Of course I passed it forward.

  • infinityap13 says:

    Hello, I am looking forward to this bible study. The nicest things a stranger did for me was when I had a flat tire a man in a suit and tie stopped and changed it for me. I’m Paula from Tennessee

  • Mitzi White says:

    I’ll be joining in the Bible study. Can’t wait. 🙂

  • Excited to start. This is my first. Got kindle book.

  • Erin Mills says:

    My name is Erin and I live in Tennessee. The nicest thing was when a parent of one of my students paid for the entire class’ field trip–$250.

  • Martha Eigelaar says:

    Hi, my name is Martha Eigelaar and I live in London, United Kingdom. I am very excited to join on this bible study. I actually can’t remember when last a stranger did something nice for me – I think the problem with living in a city is that people tend to live in their own world and focus internally and not externally. I am hoping that I will be that stranger to other people though and reflect God’s love to those around me!

  • Tammy Bright Webb says:

    Hi I’m Tammy and I’m from Alabama…Nicest thing was when God have me my precious boy…he had forever changed my life and I thank God everyday.

  • keri says:

    I just ordered my book. Have debated for a while on doing this study and decided to just jump in feet first. Looking forward to digging in to Gods word.

  • sajna says:

    Hi, I am Sajna from the kingdom of Bahrain…
    Please add me in for the study – He is my all

  • Ada Knox-Hurd says:

    Hello, Im Ada and am thrilled to be joining

  • Katie allen says:

    Hi I would like to register from the uk Katie

  • Renee Cantrell says:

    Hello…I’m Renee Cantrell from Potosi, MO. I am new to online studies, but I’m excited to join you! 🙂

  • katera riddick says:

    My name is Katera from Richmond, Virginia. I am excited as this is my 1st bible study. I can remember a while back when in a mad rush to get in from the cold I left my keys in my locked car. At night and alone. I didn’t really know any of my neighbors (shame on me). But one my neighbors allowed to sit in their apt while I waited for my auto service. She chatted with me and even invited me to her pampered chef party. I was just so grateful. Love you all Girls for Christ Rock!!!!

  • lisa evans says:

    My name is Lisa Evans from so California. The nicest thing someon did for me was take me to church when I was hopeless and wanting to die and said jesus loves you. She bought me my first bible.

  • Holly says:

    Hi! I’m Holly, from Morgantown, West Virginia. The nicest thing anyone has ever done for me: After putting my house on the market, following a broken engagement, I went to a local restaurant to celebrate a new beginning. I was crying, and the waitress comped my lunch and wrote on the back of the bill, “This is on me. You’re a strong, beautiful woman, and it seems as if you’re handling this with dignity and grace … Smile, it’s quite lovely when you do.” I carry it with me in my wallet.

  • Natalie says:

    I am joining this study. I need it. I like Debs’ books.

  • Marie Wallace says:

    I am Marie from Mississippi. I registered last month but want to be sure. I have my Kindle version of book. Ready.

  • spadelic says:

    Good morning! My name is Kelly and I live in Alpharetta, GA. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me occurred while I was at North Point Community Church a few months ago. The sermon touched me in a personal way and although I didn’t exhibit any obvious signs that I had been moved, the lady beside me must have felt it and was touched by the Holy Spirit to reach out to me. As the service was ending she handed me a bulletin which I thought I had dropped. When I got in the car I felt compelled to turn the bulletin over and there was a personal note there from this stranger that read, “Isn’t it funny how church forces us out of our comfort zone. We are different but we still serve the same god. Have a blessed day!” I was overwhelmed by the kindness of this stranger and how God used her to touch my heart on a day that I needed it most. God is so good!!

  • Vickie says:

    Hi my name is Vickie and I love to study God’s word. I would love to join the online Bible study.

  • Darla says:

    Just made the decision to join this study! God Bless!

    • Darla says:

      Oops! Forgot to answer the question! I’m in North Texas. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is paid for my groceries when I needed extra money for my daughter! (Well she was a friend of my daughter’s that she just met at school but she was a stranger to me!)

  • Nicole dykstra says:

    My name is Nicole I am from wisconsin. I am a mom of four and nicest thing a stranger has done was my van broke down and I had two kids in my van and a nice man in a ram truck pushed the van out of the way of traffic and went to get gas to put in van. He refuse to take anything from me. After more then 40 people go by one stops.

  • alison c carter says:

    I am looking so forward to joining this bible study! My name is Alison Carter from Westminster SC.

  • Marcia says:

    Hi, my name is Marcia Farquer and I am from a small town in Ohio. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done would be, I don’t know, I can’t think of anything right away. I will have to get back with you! LOL!!

  • Margaret Humphrey says:

    I am Margaret Humphrey – I live in Melbourne, Florida. Wasn’t going to do this study because my son graduates in May and didn’t think I would have the time – then I realized this might just the accountability I need!

  • Clarissa WaunekaCody says:

    Clarissa from Flagstaff, AZ. The nicest thing someone did for me was to give me a gift card for my helping a fellow coworker. Love bible studies because it is a reinforces me to be who I need to be in Christ.

  • Chris DeRosa says:

    Good Morning– I am always looking for a way to improve myself inside and out and there is no better way than a Bible Study with a group that feels the same way. I had a very nice person help me carry many many boxes into my house after a group party at my local Mustang Car Club Party.. Never asked him but he offered.. I was so appreciative.. Pass on forward all those good deeds…

  • Sherry Leilani Allinger says:

    Sherry Allinger from Cedar Rapids Iowa . Iwant to join the He is my all study. Idont recall a stranger doing something nice for me. Usually I know the person who is doing a nice thing. Blessings Sherry

  • Dawn Wegmann says:

    My name is Dawn. I live north of New Orleans, LA. One nicest thing someone did was when I was out of work and needed gas in my car and no money I went to my mail box and someone put 20.00 in an envelope. I was able to get gas to bring my little girl to school and to an interview. Oh, I was a single parent and wasn’t receiving child support. Thank you God for being here every moment of my life and providing.

  • callie says:

    I am Callie from South Carolina. I recently moved and a friend of my stepfather came and helped me move free of charge and I had never met him before that day. That was true kindness!!!

  • Christa says:

    I can’t wait to get started. I have read the introduction and was blown away. This is so what I need right now. Praise God!

  • amneris collazo-alvarez says:

    My name is Amneris from NC. Want to register for the study.

  • kj3ash says:

    Learning and growing in the Word is my passion. Glad to join the study.

  • Mona says:

    I am looking forward to this study! My name is Mona Clark and I live in Katy, Texas.

  • Dawanne Poree says:

    Dawanne; North Carolina
    Car in front of me at the toll booth paid my toll. I was so shocked!

  • Charlotte says:

    My name is char and I am from Pa. I am new to the church and this is my first official bible study.

  • Mimi says:

    Expecting a closer walk with Thee…

  • Erika says:

    Hi. My name is Erika. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is hand me a note that read “You are destined for greatness.” I don’t know why, but it filled me with joy. Looking forward to discovering more of God’s love in this book.

  • Desiree says:

    Desiree from FL. Excited to start this study!

  • Linda Brooks says:

    My namr id Linds Brooks I am excited again to join you in this new study.

  • Diane says:

    Diane from Niagara Falls. I’m looking forward to this study

  • LeAndra says:

    LeAndra from Las Vegas! Excited to be joing this study. This book looks like just what I need right now.

  • Judy Rice says:

    I am Judy from South Carolina. I participated in the David study for the first time. It really meant a lot to me and am looking forward to this new study. The nicest thing thing a stranger has done for me is lately is letting me photograph them working in my church’s project to Feed Starving Children. everyone worked together in unity and the Spirit was unusally sweet. Our food is being sent to Gutamala. By His grace and for His Glory!

  • Shannon Sanchez says:

    I am so excited to be with you ladies for another Bible study!
    The nicest thing a stranger has done for us. I think it’s happening now. We live very close to the mudslide in Washington state the amount of love, concern, and resources being poured out on the whole community is overwhelming and keeps our hearts from shattering to pieces. My response is humble gratitude and a resolve to be there for the next person.

  • Rita says:

    I’m excited to be a part of this bible study! 🙂

  • Kim says:

    My name is Kim and I’m from Georgia. A stranger once gave me a coupon in a store that she didn’t need. I was pleasantly surprised and grateful.

  • Kat says:

    Kat from Dallas, TX. First time for me here, looking forward to this study.

  • Hi. My name is Kathy and I’m from Arizona. I’m new to the online Small Group and excited to begin! The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me? When my son was a toddler he had to be in the hospital quite a bit due to Hydrocephalus. He was hooked up to tubes and monitors to drain the water, we were having a bad day. A small family came in to the ICU with their little girl. Before they left the dad came over and asked me if he could pray for my son. God used him to bless me. 🙂

  • Rebecca from Virginia. I’m hoping I’ll enjoy this and be blessed by this very different forum of women getting together to learn and grow in God.

  • Rhonda Rice says:

    I’m Rhonda from SE Virginia. At work I randomly and anonymously pay for people’s meals. One day as I approached the cashier to purchase my lunch, she informed me that someone had paid my tab. What a shock! I’ve been blessing others in this manner for years but had never been the recipient of the same blessing. I wept over this act of kindness, less because I got a free meal, more because I saw a larger picture: regardless of how small and insignificant our kind acts seem to us, our Master Accountant is keeping count and taking note of them. When we feed, help others, we are doing it as unto our Lord. So excited about this study and am prayerful I can locate the required book on tomorrow.

  • Rachel says:

    I’m Rachel from Fort Worth, Tx! The nicest thing a stranger has done for me? Sat with me at breakfast when I was alone and upset.

  • Tina A. says:

    Greetings, I’m Tina. I wanted to do the last study but it just did not work out. But this time I’ve been able to get the book on my nook and am looking forward to sharing this walk with you all. The best thing that a stranger did for me….boy have to think on that one. Guess the best would be when I walked into my favorite coffee shop to find that the couple in front of me had asked if the girl knew what I drank…then added it to their bill. Made my day!

  • Lizette Rivera says:

    Hi, I’m Lizette and I’m excited to participate in this next bible study. I live in the Boston, Massachusetts area but am originally from Chicago. One of the most recent act of kindness I’ve experienced is the overwhelming support and encouragement in this group via my small group and prayer requests.

  • Denise says:

    Looking forward to joining in on this study… 🙂

  • Joining today! Thanks for having me!

  • lachelle says:

    This will be my second study with the group-excited to start

  • Lauren says:

    My name is Lauren. I was looking for an online bible study and came across this site….Hmmm, the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me….The most recent memory, was a woman opened one side of a double door for me as I was coming out of a coffee shop and then her husband opened the other door. She said, “two doors have opened for you today…it’s your lucky day!” SHe put a smile on my face the rest of the day!

  • Carla Consemiu from Clevrland,Tx. Just making sure I am registered for the study. Thx

  • hollymag says:

    I wasn’t going to join this time because of the reading through the New Testament during Lent, but the more I think about it the more I want to do this study. I’m from SoCal and I’m about celebrate my one year anniversary with WBC!!! Love you guys! OOPS… Girls!

  • Sheena B. says:

    Hi my name is Sheena and I live in Okinawa, Japan.
    This nicest thing anyone has done for me, was listen to me, invited me to church, and witnessed me receiving Jesus as my Savior. Although there has been many other times I have received kindness, I think that was the most important for me.
    God has been trying to get my attention, and this lady was there in my lowest moment.
    My reaction was shocking. Only because she didn’t judge me or try to change me, she just listened to a stranger. And sometimes that’s enough for people. Can’t wait to start this study and meet other sisters in Christ!! God bless!!

  • Desiree Bryant says:

    Hello I think I am already req. But just in case I’ve received my book for this study and I’m looking forward to another study!! I’m in Montgomery Texas .. anytime someone just says hi and smiles at me is a simple kindness.

  • Kelli says:

    Hi! I’m Kelli from Lacey, WA. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was help unfold my sons stroller & get the carseat in it at the airport while I was traveling by myself with a 6 month old & only had 1 hand. & it was the pilot of the plane that helped!

  • Cheri Hermans says:

    My name is Cheri and I am from British Columbia Canada. This is my second online bible study and I love studying the bible with everyone. I also belong to our local ladies Bible study group and we just finished studying Gideon today. We are starting a new study next week. I think I registered earlier but just wanted to make sure I am on the list for this study.

  • Connie Miller says:

    Hi my name is Connie from Virginia. I remember shopping with my daughter and a stranger gave us cards to get free milkshakes from Chick Fa la…woohoo..i thought that was so kind of her to let my daughter and I share a treat for free. 🙂

  • Paige says:

    Hi! I’m Paige from Longview, TX! Excited to start this study with you guys! 🙂

  • Margaret says:

    Hello, This is Margaret from MN and I am excited to start this study as it is difficult to get to a church Bible study because of health reasons. The nicest things strangers have done for me is to pray for me even though they have never met me.

  • jssteinman says:

    I think I registered, but if not I’m participating!

  • Caroline says:

    My sister passed away at 29 than my Bro in law at 30.The way friends reach out and bless at a time like that is incredible! I will never forget and try to pay it forward.

  • Stephanie says:

    I think I registered already, but just in case….I’m Stephanie from the DC Metro area and very much looking forward to another WBC study!

  • Teresa Brown says:

    My name is Teresa Brown and I am excited about doing this study!!!!!!! Thanks again!

  • Amy Perryman says:

    Hi! I’m Amy from NH and I’m in again. I can’t think of an answer for the question from that point of view (I have a terrible memory), but my husband was on the other side of that this past weekend. We just got back from a Europe tour. On the last night, the entire tour group invaded the hotel dining room to take group pictures. There was one couple in the dining room eating when we did this. Feeling bad for disturbing their dinner, he paid their bill for them. Something I never would have thought about doing.

  • Lisa Roberts says:

    I am from Eatonton Georgia. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was buy my meal at the McDonalds drive-in…It brought me to tears cause I have done the same for others.

  • birdiecutair says:

    Hello. I’m Birdie from Maryland. I was just handed a paper today with many Bible verses on it that go with my “one word” for this year – perseverance.

  • Janine says:

    Hello, I am Janine Heydrick from Casselberry, FL. One of the nicest thing a stranger has ever done is smile when I am having a not so great day. When one smiles at you, you cannot help except to smile back. A smile can make a difference. I am looking forward to this Bible Study where we can learn from each other and continue to develop our relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.

  • Karen says:

    I’m Karen from South Carolina. Once when I started a new job several of my new coworkers brought lunches for me for a few weeks. That was how I met them.I was very grateful to have someone to each lunch with each day.

  • Sandy says:

    I am coming to the bible study

  • Kristi says:

    Hi everyone! My name is Kristi and I am a 24 year old mother of two living in Phoenix AZ. One evening I had taken my 3 and 4 year old sons to the store with me. They were tired and therefore impatient when it came to standing in line at checkout. I had had a long day and was ready to be done, I even considered just leaving everything and coming back. The manager who had just gotten off duty saw me struggling with the boys and opened an extra line and pulled us into her checkout explaining to the other cashiers that if there are extra hands you should always help those with children ASAP. It may be a small thing but it was huge to me that day as I really needed the extra strength. I still see the manager all the time when I go to the grocery store and always say hello.

  • icrosbie says:

    Hi! My name is Ingrid from Puyallup, WA. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was introduce me to Christ. I am a (retired) military wife. I had just moved to a new home and was at the commissary. This stranger approached me noticing I was new to the area. She introduced herself and offered to pray with me. And pray, she did. Right in front of the Frosted Flakes. I was not sure how to receive this and was embarrassed. But as time went by and I got to know her more, she became a very important spiritual mentor to me. All I knew is that I wanted what “she had” (which was Christ, of course!!) and she was more than happy to share the gospel and introduce me to Jesus!

  • Anne Maxwell says:

    Hi my name is Anne maxwell I live in Forster / Tuncurry New South Wales australia. Can’t wait to do this study. An act of kindness from a stranger – went to buy something and they gave it to me

  • Orenda Smith says:

    Hello Orenda Smith I will be joining this study 🙂

  • Caroline Hawthorne says:

    I cannot wait to begin this new study.

  • Sheila Colangelo says:

    Sheila Colangelo from Oklahoma !

  • I just want to make sure that I am registered. I have my book and notebook. I’m ready and excited to see God move.

  • Colleen Bennett says:

    I am Colleen and I live in Arkansas! I was in the checkout line at Walmart and a sweet lady paid $150 for my groceries. she had four little girls. I was truly blessed!!!

  • Missy says:

    Hi my name is Missy and I’m from PA. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was compliment me as a mother while dining out with my family – they stopped me at their table as we were leaving to thank me for raising 2 well-behaved, kind boys. Lifted me up on a day I really needed it.

  • Angela Watson says:

    Hi, I’m Angela Watson from Toronto, Canada. I just downloaded the book today and can’t wait to get started!

  • Wanda says:

    Hi from Grand Rapids Mich. I think I registered before I bought the book. I had book for awhile. I did first day. And this going to be a great study!

  • Lucy says:

    Hi, I’m Lucy from Canterbury in England. One of the nicest things a stranger has done for me was put me up over night when I was stranded in bad weather and unable to get home. Such a blessing! I’m looking forward to the study.

  • Deb says:

    I think I’m already registered – but just in case I’ll post a comment here again. I live in North Branch, Michigan.

  • Tina Jones says:

    Tina from Bossier City, LA. Love the new fad of paying it forward. Recently had my breakfast paid for and I in turn paid for someone.

  • Debi Schuhow says:

    I think I entered before, but wanted to make sure! One of the nicest things anyone ever done for me was stop when I ran out of gas, assured me that He was not going to harm me, drove me and the gas can to the gas station, filled up the gas can, drove me back to the car, and insisted that I follow him back to the gas station and filled up my tank. At the end of all this I found out he was a pastor of a church. The wild thing was I was singing songs to God and telling Him I believe You can make sure I get home safe! I thought God was going to make the $2.00 in gas was going to last 150 miles like the oil for the widow. I was a very young Christian and this just blew my mind.

  • Gina Anderson says:

    Hi, my name is Gina Anderson from Kansas—-looking forward to this study. I work as a nurse practitioner in an ER. I had a patient’s family recently send a nomination for my care to my supervisor for a nursing award. I felt so blessed, but it is my job to love everyone and honored that someone would do that.

  • Deb says:

    Hi, I’m Deb from Bethlehem, GA. There have been times in my life that unexpected things have happened and I have not understood how or why – some may have had human intervention, some by God’s hand alone – but I have been awed and thankful!

  • Lisa Cooper says:

    I’m Lisa cooper and I’m looking forward to joining this study

  • Maryann Vinson says:

    Maryann from Santee, CA. The nicest thing anyone did for me was to lead me to God. This happened when I was so lost and so hurt that I was doing some really dumb things. I moved as she suggested and got into a good church.

  • Tamera says:

    Tamera from WV. Excited for this study!!

  • Mama Dougs says:

    Karen Douglass from Stevenson, Washington. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was to pay for my family to get into San Diego Sea World! What an absolutely blessing! I have my book and cannot wait to get started!

  • Rita says:

    I think I may have already registered for this study but in case I did not . . . I am Rita from Ontario, Canada. I think the nicest thing a stranger did for me was getting me to the front of the grocery line when I was on crutches. I really didn’t expect it ~ didn’t even think to ask ~ so it came as a real surprise 🙂

  • Shonna Vance says:

    I will be joining. Just need to purchase my book via Kindle.

  • Sue Kempert says:

    Hi. My name is Sue Kempert and I live in Shaker Heights, Ohio. What is the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me? I feel like this should be an easier question to answer than it is. Maybe I’m just not paying enough attention (or it’s my attitude at the moment). I think the most recent nice thing a stranger has done for me is stop me in the grocery store and tell me I was beautiful. She then went on to explain that her adult daughter died 4 years ago and she was a tall women. This stranger promised herself that she would stop every tall woman she saw and tell her how beautiful she was in honor of her daughter’s memory. My reaction to this was to thank her and pray for her. It was also a much needed pick me up to my day–a real “God thing”. I’m so happy I came across this site as I have been saying how much I need to get involved in another bible study but can’t seem to find one that fits my schedule. I’m very excited and looking forward to getting started!

  • Jenn O'Brien says:

    Hi there all!! My name is Jenn from Rockwall, Texas. I am ready to try the online version of bible studies. I wish to join this one set for April 7th!

  • mjloraditch says:

    Hi, I am from Londonderry, NH and this is my first time doing an on-line bible study. A friend recommended it so I thought I would try it. I am looking forward to it.

  • Tesha says:

    Hi! Im Tesha from Wisconsin. My husband and I were on our way home from a camping trip that went all wrong. The temperature dropped to 20 degrees so we packed up 2 days early and headed home. It was a cold and rainy day and about half way home a tire on our popup camper went flat we searched all over for the thingy (tool) to change the tire which we always have but somehow went missing. We were at a loss until we realized we were just up the road from a repair garage keep in mind we are in the north woods so the fact that this even happened at this very spot is amazing and that it was actually open. We unhooked the camper drove down the road my husband went in talked to the mechanic who gives my husband this tool he just bought for a large sum of money trusting that we would return it. I dont know what that day would have looked like had it not been for his generosity. God is good and He uses people to remind us of that! Cant wait to do this study with you all.

  • luvadoxi says:

    I’m not sure if I’ve registered or not…so many different WBC boards….but I want to do the study for sure.

  • Debora Sylvester says:

    Deb from Linwood, MI. One of the nicest things is when someone has let me go ahead of them when in line at the grocery store when they have a cartful and I have a handful. 🙂

  • Linda Carter says:

    Linda from Vega Tx. One incident that comes to mind was a friend who helped me buy a set of tires for a car I had a few years ago. She wouldn’t let me pay her back and said they were my Christmas gift. She died shortly after leaving and getting out of a bad situation. God blessed me in letting me know her.

  • Christa says:

    There have been so many good things that have happened over the years. I have worked in customer service and it always amazed me when I would receive thank you cards , gifts, and recognition for providing a service. You never hear to good stories it is so nice to share .

  • Tina from Enterprise, OR – I am so excited to start this study! I was once in a drive through at a fast food restaurant and the person in the car in front of me paid for my meal. So I in turn paid for the meal for the car behind me.

  • Vanina says:

    Hello, I’m Vanina from Lake Forest, CA. I think the nicest thing a stranger has done for me, is pray for me. This amazing Christian lady, as I was paying at a Christian book store, she just started talking to me and noticed I was going thru some things and she offered to pray. I was in tears and so grateful 🙂 I’m really looking forward to this study! thank you.

  • Liz says:

    Hi my name is Liz I am from Muskegon, MI but currently live in Wichita Falls, TX. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is, when I was in the hospital with my 4 month old a family bought a $50 gift certificate to use anywhere in the hospital. I was grateful for this and paid it forward to two other couples staying there with babies.

  • Carmen from Westchester, County NY I am grateful to have found your website and extremely excited to start this new study with your group. Thank you. 🙂

  • Roxana says:

    Hi, i’m Roxana from Florida. This is my first online bible study.

  • Crystal Post says:

    Hi, I am Crystal from Florida. I recently lived in Germany and struggled with the language but I had so many wonderful strangers help me through riding the public transportation and ordering food while we lived there. I always look those strangers in the eye and give them my heartfelt gratitude.

  • Trisha Bartz says:

    Hello. My name is Trisha and I am from Austin, TX. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is when I was looking into a kickboxing class and I just couldn’t afford the expense. I was a bit down because I was looking for a program that would be within the $300 limit that my employers fitness program covered. I had a great deal going on in my life at time. I prayed about it and was a bit down. When I was speaking with the owner I told her I could not afford the expense to participate in her program. I told her I have $300 to work with. We needed the conversation. Two days later I received a phone call from her saying The Lord had placed me on her heart and she would like me to be able to participate in her program and she offered to let me participate the 6 month kickboxing program for the $300. My reaction were tears and pure joy because this was an answer to a prayer.

  • I feel silly, but I don’t remember if I already sent a comment. I think I did but I’m so excited for this to start, I had to make sure!

  • Mary-Ann says:

    Looking forward to this new Bible Study session.

  • My name is Susan Carriger and I live in East Tennessee. Can’t think of a stranger story.

  • Renee West says:

    Hello, I’m Renee from the great state of Alabama. Excited to join this online Bible Study! The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was give up their dog and now she’s our dog and part of our family. I tell people all the time that Daisy was meant to be my dog. My boys had a hard time understanding how someone would take their dog to the animal shelter and after adopting Daisy they did not see why someone would give her up. I told them that it was responsible on the previous owners part to take her to the shelter if they could no longer afford to take care of her. I cannot tell you how much joy this dog has brought me and my family and little did these strangers know they were giving us a blessing!

  • Helen from Cumming, GA. I am having difficulty thinking of just one thing or even thinking of a specific thing. God has been good to me throughout the years, almost always when I seem to need it the most and least expect it. I hope I am registered for this study now. I am very much looking forward to it. Thank you.

  • Sandy Gesse says:

    I just ordered the book. Can’t wait for the study to begin

  • Susan says:

    Hi Everyone!
    My name is Susan and I am from Pocatello, Idaho. This is my 3rd bible study, and I am so excited to start! The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was paying for my husband and my breakfast one morning at a local restaurant. When we were done eating, we kept waiting for the check. I finally asked the waitress for it, and she told us that someone had already paid. We were totally floored! It made my day.

  • Debbie says:

    Debbie from Richland, WA. I was a struggling student trying to survive on part-time wages. Someone from work started a scholarship fund to help me with books and tuition. I was so thankful and did everything I could to complete my degree and have been in the IT field for over 20 years. I pay if forward by hosting and helping other students any way possible.

  • Tammi says:

    Tammi from Tulsa, OK. I am married and have 2 beautiful children. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was pay for my meal in a drive-thru. Because I was in a drive-thru, I never saw this person, but my husband and I now periodically pay for others’ meals.

  • Kathy used to be from West Coast of Florida, Now from Nashville Tennessee as of April. Years ago at Cracker Barrel when a couple came up to our families table (Me, My husband and 3 kids) and thanked us for praying before our meal and being a testimony to God. We said thank you, and one of the kids piped up “We always pray cause we Love Jesus.” When we went to pay the bill, the cashier said our bill had been paid by a gentleman and he told her to tell us thank you for Loving Jesus and teaching that to your kids.

  • Sheri says:

    Hi! I’m Sheri from Tampa, FL. The nicest thing a stranger has said to me is to compliment me on how well behaved my children were (they were fairly young at the time).

  • Meg C. says:

    My name is Meg and I’m from Murfreesboro, TN. I’ve struggled with my faith for years and have decided to take the plunge with you all. The description of the book seems to touch on everything I need right now.
    The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was just sit and listen while I cried. Its surprising what the little things do for you.

  • Rebecca says:

    Can’t wait to start “He is my All” bible study. This is my first bible study and hopefully not my last. I’m a stay-at-home mom to 3 boys and caretaker to my mother and husband (disabled veteran).

  • JoAnn Lyons says:

    My name is JoAnn and I am from Sebring, FL. The nicest thing a stranger’s done for me was 3 years ago, my kids were attending elementary school and being a single mom of 3 small children, I didn’t really have money to get my kids nice shoes and clothes. It was enough to cover their feet and bodies. The week before Christmas, that year, my kids all come home with a pair of brand new shoes and a toy they had wanted for Christmas. I called the school and asked how and why they came home with such things. I was worry something was not right. Only thing I could think was “really? did someone give this to my kids?” I found out that in fact it was something a parent had done for them as they saw “the need”. It was the greatest thing ever happen to me and the kids. Since then, my kids learned a lesson about giving and every Christmas they look for someone they could give too that may be “in need” as they were that year.

  • Kristen says:

    Kristen and I am from Arizona. Can’t wait to get started!

  • Amanda Hodge says:

    Amanda from Littlefield, TX Nicest thing is that I was at store with 100 in groceries and realized left my debt card at home. person behind me paid so did not have to return and redo the shopping

  • Carol says:

    Carol from Canton, Michigan. A smile from a stranger is one of the best things I have received. It made me feel valued in a busy world!

  • Beverly Culp says:

    Beverly from South Carolina. When my children were toddlers we were vacationing in the mountains. During the night the fire alarm sounded and I left our room in my pajamas with one child on each hip. A very kind lady walked beside me and carried my son. Then she stood with us until we received the ok to go back inside.

  • Alicia says:

    Years ago I participated in a bible study and I enjoyed the experience. I felt it strengthened my faith. I am looking forward to participating in this upcoming study.

  • Stacey says:

    I’m Stacey from upstate NY. Years ago I was school shopping with my kids when an older lady came over and pressed $50 into my hand and told me to pay it forward someday.

  • Amy Pigg says:

    I am Amy from Priceville, Alabama. One of the many nice things that strangers have done for me was on a bitterly cold night. I had my 3 little girls in the car with me following a visit to the emergency room for my youngest daughter’s broken arm. My husband was out of town that night, and of course, the trip was unexpected. I got to the exit of the parking lot and realized that I did not have the 4 quarters required to exit. The man in the car behind me put the money in for me. I told him that I would “pay it forward”, and I have done so on several occasions!

  • Laurie Walls says:

    Laurie from Palestine, Tx. While in high school I was driving back from visiting Texas A&M and had a second tire blow out. (First one blew out on the way there!) Having already used my spare tire… I was stuck. An older couple followed me into a (very) small town and actually paid to replace my tire. It was a wonderful lesson in kindness.

  • Jean Jacobs says:

    Jean from Georgia. A couple of years ago I was impatiently waiting in the drive thru line at Chick-Fil-A. The man in front of me was in my opinion taking too long to order. Finally he ordered and he drove forward to pay. I thought finally I can order which I did very quickly and then I drove forward to pay also and was once again behind the man that had aggravated me without him knowing of my aggravation. He paid and drove forward. When I dove up to window to pay, the cashier told me that the man in front of me had paid for my order and said to tell me to have a Blessed Day. Instantly I was humbled.

  • Lauren says:

    Hello! My name is Lauren and I live in Charlotte. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was change a flat tire when I was on the side of the road broke down. I was a little shocked but really grateful for their help.

  • Nancy from St. Paul, MN. Many years ago while in college working in a fast food restaurant a total stranger gave me 2 lottery tickets. He said that I always treated him with kindness and respect and never looked down at him so he wanted to do something nice for me. (I had noticed that other workers were not always kind to this man so I tried to assist him when I saw him.) I smiled and thanked him for the tickets but said I couldn’t take them. He insisted because he wanted to return the kindness I gave to him, so I accepted them.That night I won $80 dollars. I couldn’t believe it! The next time I saw him I told him what happened and he was excited that I had won. That was the last time I saw him!

  • Julie Schofield says:

    I’m Julie from Oklahoma City and new to this style of studying together. A friend recommended it to me. Well, God has come through so many times but the one that comes to mind is when my husband and I were at a conference and they were there with World Vision.We decided to sponsor a child in honor of our granddaughter. Her mother has many problems and had disappeared with our Alyssa for several months. The packet the volunteer handed to us pictured a sweet little girl with the same birthday as our granddaughter! ! We just knew God was in control and would see us through. He worked it all out and now we see our granddaughter all the time because my son has full custody . God is good!

  • Carolyn Dyson says:

    While attending a Women’s Conference I passed a lady in the hall and was immediately drawn to the beautiful brooch she was wearing. The area was congested and I didn’t have an opportunity to speak to her and compliment the brooch. On the way home the group I was with stopped to eat. The first person I saw on entering the restaurant was the lady with the brooch. I immediately went over and complimented her on the brooch and told her how my eyes were immediately drawn to it when passing her in the hall. She told me the story of how she had acquired the brooch and then we parted ways. I had just been seated and served when I saw the lady and her group preparing to leave. She came over to me, took the brooch off and gave to me. She said she wanted me to have it. I was speechless. That was over 15 years ago and I still have it.

  • Nicole says:

    Hi, I’m Nikki from Chicago. This is my very 1st Bible study, online. I am excited to learn more about the perfect love of God along with you ladies/sisters/partners in the struggle. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me…I was carrying a large bag of groceries that spilled into the street while I was crossing. A stranger helped me to pick up my groceries and refill the bag, in the middle of the street, in heavy rain. I will always remember it as a very kind yet very inconvenient thing to do. It makes me want to return kindness…even when it is inconvenience.

  • Keren says:

    Keren from Arlington WA Had a person pay a huge bill for me out of his pocket when I was going through a tough time and he didn’t even know it. Said he was just led to do it.

  • Rachelle says:

    Rachelle currently living in Lee’s Summit, MO. I will be moving to Rancho Cucamonga, CA in about 8 weeks 🙂 The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is when my car broke down on the side of the road. A police office drove by me and never stopped to ask if I needed help. I was overwhelmed when I had not one stranger but 4 different people stop to ask if we needed assistance. I was over whelmed with appreciation for those kind strangers.

  • Marie Wallace says:

    Hi. I’m Marie from Greenville Ms. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for for me was to help me with my 3 very young children board a bus in very crowded Chicago bus station.

  • amanda says:

    Amanda from The Woodlands, TX. I had just moved to TX and was obviously lost driving around some back roads and a man stopped and could tell I was lost. He gave me directions back to where I was trying to go. It made me believe in southern hospitality.

  • Dorene says:

    Hello my name is Doreen I am from Howell mi so happy to have found this bible study.The nicest thing to happen to me was on a very hot day at a stop sign a man came to my car window with a root beer float and said Jesus loved me.I was so very thankful and thought how nice it made my day and when I think of it I want to do something nice too.

  • Shelia Benjamin says:

    Hi I am Shelia from Houston, Texas. The sweetest thing a stranger compliment me on a day when I was just feeling so low about myself and wondering if I was every going to be good enough. He truly made my day 🙂

  • Pamela from Louisville, KY. Go Cards! One Christmas when I was a single Mom of two, a group of people from my church gave us a box of Christmas gifts. They were just left on our door. We would have had very little for Christmas without those gifts. My daughter loved the doll she received and I wore my flannel nightgown for year.

  • Lara Shumaker says:

    Hi I’m Lara from Tennessee. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is help with my luggage. I’m new to this group and found it by “accident.” However, I feel that there is a reason I am here. 🙂

  • erica says:

    Excited for another study

  • Anita Merino says:

    Anita from New York City this is going to be my third study with women’s bible cafe I can’t wait to start this study. my church surprise me with a baby shower when I was pregnant with my son it help me a lot week after hurricane Sandy hit New York City and my building wad close I was receiving unemployment check they didn’teeven have of my check so my husband was paying all our bills. And because of the baby shower I didn’t to have worrie about the things I needed for my son arrival.

  • Tina Cornella says:

    I was eighteen years old waiting to take the bus home from Denver Co to Florence Co. I was sitting by myself when a man came up to me and asked if I would like to go with him and get a soda. I said yes, we left the bus station and were walking when he said to me, please do me a favor. I asked him what? He said never leave with a stranger again. The light bulb came on in my head realizing what I had done. He bought me a soda and walked me back to the bus station. I have never forgotten this gentleman and the lesson he taught me that day at such a young age.

  • Tahnee says:

    Hi, my name is Tahnee and i am from Florence, CO. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was pray for my feet while i was at work. I work daily on my feet and i was complaining a lot to my mother and boyfriend about how bad they were hurting me. One morning a stranger kindly told me that God had laid it on his heart to pray for my feet and he also told that God loves me and cares about things as small as my feet and that he hasn’t forgot about me. I was so overwhelmed with joy and emotion. Gods love is so amazing. God Bless.

  • Julie says:

    Julie (Nana) from Ohio. This my 1st study. I’ve wanted to be apart of this since I found you .I’m at a better place financially now. Which brings me to the most kindest thing a stranger did for me. IRS issue. Went in and she bent over backwards to help us. She helped get thing straighten out ,majority of penalties taken care of. I know they have had a bad rap. But there are some good endings out there.

  • Sheri says:

    Sheri and I’ll be studying from Sacramento, CA this time. I enjoyed the David study and I’m looking forward to this one as well. One of the nicest things a stranger did that I witnessed was to help my mom with her carry-on luggage up the stairs at the airport after I reached the area I could no longer go through.

  • Courtney says:

    My name’s Courtney, im from Canada. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me would have to be pay for my gas when my debit card wasn’t working for me. I was extremely grateful and wished there was something that i could do to repay him.

  • Allison Gonzalez says:

    Allison from the Long Beach area in California. When anyone says kind things about my children, who don’t know them. Makes me feel blessed all over again that they are mine 🙂

  • Melissa says:

    Melissa from Michigan. When my husband and I were young marrieds (and I was pregnant with our first baby his place of business closed their doors (with no notice to employees) and we found ourselves with no job or health insurance. Our sweet Associate Pastor (and teacher of our Young Married’s class) brought over an envelope full of money one evening that our Sunday School class had donated to our “cause”. SO BLESSED to be a part of the family of God. (We all love to help others in need, but it is difficult to swallow your pride and be on the receiving end. Through this outpouring of generosity to us from our brother’s and sister’s in Christ, God taught us how to humbly receive this gift of love.)

  • Christy Gelting says:

    Hi, I’m Christy from Lake Geneva, WI. The thing I remember strangers doing for me was holding doors for me while I was pregnant. I was so suprised by how helpful and happy people were while I was pregnant.

  • Laura says:

    Laura from NH. The nicest thing a stranger has done is smile and say hello. Looking forward to this Bible. I really enjoyed the last Debbie Alsdorf Bible study- Faith Dare. Faith Dare was life changing for me.

  • April Thomas says:

    Hi I’m April and I’m from Charleston, WV. Recently I was at the grocery store with a huge cart of groceries. A nice man came out of the blue and loaded them into my car. He could see that I had some heavy items that I was struggling with. I was surprised and relieved at the same time.

  • Patty Griffin says:

    I live in Bakersfield, CA where I sat under Debbie Alsdorf early in her teaching ministry. I am so eager to sit under her teaching again through He Is My All study and blessed to still call her my friend. Years ago when visiting in Augusta GA, my old 55 Chevy’s transmission gears were stuck in the middle of a 4 way stop light. In morning rush hour I jumped out of the car, flipped open the hood and proceeded to unstick the gears. When I looked up men were coming out of their cars from all over and ran to my assistance even offering a clean white linen handkerchief to wipe the grease from my hands. I was amazed by the gallantry of those men……and that’s what I like about the South.

  • Kelly says:

    Kelly from Pendleton Indiana, we have had a few blessings, when my husband was in the military when were at a restaurant with our boys when they were little,someone paid for our dinner and one year for Christmas we received a gift card for groceries from the Navy commissary, We never figured out who sent it to us. We are blessed!

  • Patti says:

    Patti from Overland Park, KS. This winter, with the ground covered in snow, my car went straight down into a large ditch. A young couple with a truck took the time to pull me out so I didn’t have to call a tow truck.

  • My name is Michelle, and I live in Fresno, CA. I’ve been doing these Bible Studies for a while now, but I missed the last one. I can’t wait to get back in the routine! The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to buy my family dinner when my children were small. He said we reminded him of his family when they were younger. My husband and I didn’t have much money at the time, and we had three kids under 8. It was a zoo at the dinner table in our opinion, but he said we were a nice family. That made me feel so good!

  • Melissa says:

    Melissa, from Canada!! I participated in the David study and I’m looking forward to this one too!! We had someone from our church, not sure who, help us finish paying off our car of a few thousand dollars. God sure does send people to bless us in ways we can’t even imagine!!

  • Magdalena Berger says:

    Magdalena from Moncton, NB, Canada. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me recently was to let me and my family go through security at the airport ahead of a very long line-up, so that we could catch our flight. We otherwise would never have made it. We were all incredibly grateful!

  • Andrea says:

    Andrea from Los Angeles, CA. Nicest stranger blessing was when my car broke down on a busy, major street in L.A. and the guy helped me get to the side and waited with me until AAA came. We talked about classic cars (he was in a ’64 Mustang. I told him that I dreamed about having a ’57 Bel Air.) 🙂

  • Julie P says:

    Hello Everyone, I’m Julie. I live in the “forever winter state” (so it seems right now) of Michigan. This is my first bible study group and I truly am looking forward to it. Grandma, Mom and I will be doing it together. Really looking forward to learning about God and His love with my two favorite ladies. My “stranger” incident is this: Perry LaHaie and Scott Curtis are the morning DJ’s for Moody Radio in my area. I have listened to them on my way to work for about a year. They have changed my life so much. They have brought me so much closer to God. I truly do not think they realize what a gift they are to our community. Plus they are super fun to listen to.

  • Donna Vanderpool says:

    My name is Donna. I am from Independence, MO. I have been away from Women’s Bible Café for awhile and am excited to do a new study.

  • Sheila Colangelo says:

    Please add me….I am excited about this study !

  • Cindy says:

    Cindy from Germany. Got my book and have been reading abit of it already. Cant wait for this study!!!

  • Sara White says:

    Sara from Wisconsin! My fist Bible Study here or online for that matter. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is to pray for me. I was grateful that someone who doesn’t even know me would take the time to pray for me.

  • Aurore says:

    Good morning from sunny, albeit windy this morning, Las Vegas, NV. My name is Aurore and I am looking forward to another great bible study.

  • My name is Sandi. I live in Klamath Falls, Oregon. I am excited to join the group. A stranger paid the postage on a package going to a friend in the VA hospital when I didn’t have enough money to pay it.

  • Paula says:

    Paula from Bennett Colorado. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is to stop and help me change a flat tire. I was greatly relieved to have help. And, the only thing they wanted in return was for me to pass it on. I love how God takes care of us!

  • Marna Coleman says:

    Marna from Iowa.

  • Carol Moore says:

    Just ordered my book. Definitely a God thing. I didn’t have the money to buy the book and school has taken so much of my time that I was having such a difficult time to participate in the David study. And was debating and praying whether or not to participate in this next study. And God answered the prayer and showed me a sign – a gift card from Amazon ended up in the email today for the exact price of the book. Thank you Lord and forever sent it. Looking forward to the study and can’t wait. Thank you all! Carol from Oregon.

  • Judy says:

    Judy from Kansas. A friendly smile and kind words from a stranger can make my day better!

  • Linda Fisher says:

    I finally got my book. I can’t wait for the study to start.

  • Tara says:

    Tara from Litchfield Park AZ, This is going to be a great study! Thanks so much for this ministry!

  • Katie says:

    Katie from Omaha, NE! I am so excited for another bible study with you all 🙂 The nicest thing anyone has done for me is to let me know they are praying for me. Such a simple act of kindness makes me feel so blessed!

  • Hi my name is Krisitna,,,,from goodyear Arizona….someone 8 years ago telling me about Jesus…and brought me to CHRIST

  • Jennifer Bradford says:

    My name is Jennifer and I have three small children (1, 2, and 4). I live with my husband in Virginia. When people compliment my children it always makes my day. I’m looking forward to trying an online group because it’s hard to get to a traditional study with small children.

  • Amanda says:

    Hello 🙂 My name is Amanda Evans and I live in Texas. I just recently found this site and I am beyond excited to give this a go! I just moved to Texas and left my church and friends behind, so I have been desperately needing fellowship!

    On to the question! The nicest thing some did for my recently was buy my lunch. She said I looked like I needed a kind gesture (she was right!) and decided to buy my lunch for me. It definitely warmed my heart and I had a smile all my face for the rest of the day!

    I can’t wait to communicate with the rest of you ladies!

  • Erin Mills says:

    Hi my name is Erin and I live in Tennessee. I’m excited to be joining in this group!

  • Beatriz says:

    Beatriz form Miami florida

  • My name is Krishanna. I live in Loveland, Ohio. The kindest thing a stranger ever did for me was stay with me when I tore my ACL while skiing. My boyfriend (now husband) was going to get help and this stranger saw that I was a bit terrified about not being able to move my leg and offered to stay with me while help was obtained. I was very grateful!

  • 3hearts1love says:

    Hello from San Diego! I’m Catherine and I’m so thrilled to be joining you. I’ll be reading on my NOOK (love that thing) and writing notes, answers and prayers in my planner.

    I’ve been on the receiving side of niceness so many times. The enormous gratitude stemming from losing my home in 2003 during the Cedar wildfire in San Diego county, goes out to my church family who literally replaced our entire kitchen (the heart of our home) with gifts & money. We are forever grateful and use our stuff everyday.

    God bless you all!

  • Dee Tippie says:

    Book is ordered and I’m excited to begin new study,

  • tricia says:

    I’m Tricia from Missouri. Looking for to He is my all Bible study

  • Tara says:

    Hi, I’m Tara from Southern CA. The nicest thing a stranger has probably done for me is tell me to go ahead of them in a checkout line when they have a lot of items. I said thank you to them but that’s about it.

  • Isabel Posada says:

    This is what I’ve been looking for and I am excited about ready this book and being in a small group to share the journey.

  • Kara Perry says:

    Hi my name is Kara Perry and I reside in Indianapolis, I am looking forward to this study as I can’t attend a regular services at church. I’m looking forward to connecting with different women as we grow in God’s love.

    The nicest thing a stranger has done for me (recently) was pull my car out of the ditch during a snowstorm and would not accept any form of payment or give me is name and address so I could send a thank you! It showed me that there are always angels among us.

  • Tracy says:

    Can’t wait 🙂

  • Hi, my name is Kim Zimmerman, I am a teacher of the word, have a prayer ministry and live in Lititz, PA. The nicest thing, is receiving a hug, we offer a free lunch at our prayer room, and having random strangers hug you has been such a blessing.

  • Laura Wright says:

    Oh, this is Laura again. For got to say I’m from Monterey, California.

  • Laura Wright says:

    Hi, my name is Laura. I just got my book and I’m excited to go through this study. I know God loves me, but I still struggle with living loved. Looking forward to God changing my heart. Well…the nicest thing a stranger did for me is to anonymously pay for my ticket to a concert. I was surprised and very thankful.

  • Julia kaiser says:

    First time visitor. I’d love to do this.
    Julia pittsburgh pa area

  • Mary Beth Limbert-Dominello says:

    I’m Mary Beth from South Bend, IN…..nicest thing a stranger did for me was let me in their home to call a tow truck when my car broke down. Way back before cell phones and I was in total appreciation!

  • Hi, my name’s Micah and I live in Indiana with my husband and daughter. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was after my husband got out of the service. We had just moved back home to Indiana, and though this man wasn’t a stranger to my husband (he was the father of someone my husband had been good friends with in high school), I had no idea who he was and he didn’t really know me. We went out to eat together with our daughter and this man payed the bill for our meals. I was really overtaken by this gesture. We thanked him, he really couldn’t have known what a blessing this was to us during such a huge transition of our lives. I felt incredibly blessed.

  • Cathy Beck Mason says:

    Hi, my name is Cathy I live in South Florida. with my husband. We have 6 children, our 8th and 9th grandchildren will be born this year. We only have 1 child still at home he is 17 and a freshmen in college. I home schooled our youngest 4 children. I am currently homebound because I care for my youngest brother who has Parkinson’s disease and our elderly mother. I am so blessed to have a husband who loves my family!
    The nicest thing a stranger did for me…one day I got out by myself, I ended up seeing a movie and the person in front of me..someone I didn’t even notice ..bought my ticket.
    I was so excited, what a cool thing to do. I went to the snack counter and left money for the person behind me in line for there popcorn. It was a great day!

  • Daalia Jones says:

    Hi everyone, My name is Daalia and I’m for Georgia. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me would be giving me a word of encouragement. I was out exercising around my neighborhood and a lady stopped her car and told me – You go girl!!! I was surprised but it gave me the motivation to continue and finish my workout! :0)

  • Mala White says:

    Greetings ladies! My name is Mala White. I’m from Mentor Ohio. Feeling blessed to return to WBC after months of treatment and beginning my recovery! This question of “what is the kindest act of a stranger” that I’ve experienced, is rather appropriate for me to share! During the past 10 weeks I have been confined to my home or hospital undergoing treatment, as an act of kindness and support, my work staff put together a fundraiser for my family to help with medical expenses while I have been unable to work. Complete strangers donated money and gift cards for me with no expectations on their behalf! As for my way of giving back, I’m determined to pay it forward! Be it through ministry at Church, cooking meals for those in need, beginning a support group at Church and so on. I feel a “simple thank you” is not enough! I pray I will be as effective in blessing others as I have been blessed!
    Spring is a sign of new beginnings! Thank you lord for mine…

  • Sandy says:

    Sandy. Live at Kingsport tn. Love doing the studies. Looking forward to this one.

  • stephanie says:

    Love to join you

  • A stranger complimented me on my haircut. A simple thing, but it made my day!

  • Kristin Watson says:

    excited as I really am struggling to understand how He loves us.

  • Mitzi White says:

    I’m Mitzi, live in Long Beach CA. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was from a homeless man. I was going through financial struggles at the time and felt compelled to give him money. It wasn’t much and I heard myself apologizing for the little bit I was giving him. He in turn started encouraging me, when I got in my car I was crying. I still think of him and pray God takes care of him and provide for him.

  • Yaneli says:

    Yaneli from Texas checking in. Looking forward to reading the book and following along with you all!

  • bonnie says:

    Hi, my name is Bonnie and I can’t wait to get my book and take this study. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was to pay part of the funeral cost for my sons funeral last year. A wonderful blessing indeed.

  • Moxey says:

    Looking forward to starting this study.

  • Jayme says:

    Hi- my name is Jayme and I live in Florida. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was pay for my toll. I was stressing because I didn’t have enough money to pay the drive home and when I got to the booth the person said the car in front of me had already paid the toll. I will be paying it forward….it really touched my heart!

  • Danette Diaz says:

    My name is Danette and I am from New York. Most recent nice thing a stranger ever did was when I was waiting in the cold for a bus looking in one direction and I heard someone honking its horn continuously in another direction and it turned out to be the bus I was waiting for that had changed its route. The bus driver stopped around the corner from my bus stop to signal me to get on because they had changed his route from downtown to uptown and I would be waiting a long time for the next bus to come. It was the same bus I was taking but it was going to stop at the stop after mine and he went out of his way to get my attention so I wouldn’t have to wait long for the next scheduled bus about 20 min away. A couple of other passengers got on as well and he waited patiently. That is very rare here in New York where bus drivers will close their door on your face so I was very shocked and confused as to why he did that but I was happy to be warm and grateful for his kindness.

  • Sarah Canitia says:

    Hi, my name is Sarah Canitia and I live in Cleveland, OH. I’ve been married to my incredible husband for a year and a half now and we have a one month old son. I’m very excited for this study and the opportunity to connect with women (and get a little break from mommy time too).

  • Fonda says:

    Hi! This is Fonda from Missouri. I have participated in past studies but have been out for a while. I am happy to be back 🙂
    The nicest thing a stranger has done for me: My sister was dying of cancer, but my groceries still had to be bought. I was trying to keep my household going while grieving. I got to the checkout, unloaded my groceries, and then realized my debit card was not in my purse! And this store does NOT take checks. Not knowing what to do, I just told the lady to put it all back. She kinda looked at me and said quietly, “do you have a check? I will take a check just this once.” I started crying and pulled out my checkbook! It was a simple thing but it seemed like God was shouting “you are loved!!”

  • lyra55 says:

    Finally received my book. Can’t wait to get started!

  • Paige says:

    Hello! My name is Paige, i’m from Florida and i have been looking for an online Womens bible study! and i love this one! I just bought my book this week and i can’t wait to get started!

  • DeeDee says:

    I’m Dee from Las Vegas. One of the nicest things a stranger ever did for me was give a warm smile and made me a “hug and cough pillow”. It was sooo touching that it made me cry. I am looking forward to this study.

  • Lee Ann says:

    Howdy… I’m Lee Ann from Georgia… I just finished the David study, my first online Bible study… I enjoyed it tremendously… So, I’m in for ‘He is My All’…

  • Patricia Kostrab says:

    Can’t wait to do next study. Just finished David and loved it !!!

  • Sonya Booher says:

    My name is Sonya Booher and I live in Jarvisburg, NC. This is my first online Bible study and I’m looking forward to it. I’ve read some of Debbie’ s previous works and I just live her.

  • Sharon says:

    I am excited to begin this study.

  • Rachel DiRamio says:

    My name is Rachel , I’m from Avon, In. This is my first bible study and I’m joining with my Mom.

  • Sarah L says:

    My name is Sarah and I’m from central Wisconsin. Is it sad that I can’t really remember the nicest thing a stranger has done? I guess someone in the drive-thru line at a Starbucks has bought my drink before – I did the same for the person behind me. This is my first bible study so I’m curious to see how it goes.

  • Deb Frank says:

    Excited for this study!

  • Kim Kouyoumdjian says:

    My name is Kim and live in San Clemente, CA. I am in need of reminding who I am in God’s eyes.

  • Lisa Bailey says:

    Loved David…excited about the next one!!!

  • Diana Cook says:

    Ladydi here. I am so looking forward to this study. The nicest thing a stranger did for me and my husband was to pay for our dinner while we were out having fun.

  • Just finished David! Can’t wait to start this new study. Book is ordered!

  • Jennifer says:

    I am very excited about this study, cant wait to get started.

  • Pat says:

    My name is Pat from Chicago. This is my first bible study and I am really excited to start. Thanks!

  • Hi, I’m new to the Bible cafe. I just ordered the book for the Bible study. He is my all. Can’t wait to start. 🙂

  • klsaiken says:

    Can’t wait to start this study.

  • Darlene Thaxton says:

    My name is Darlene Thaxton and I live in Conyers, GA. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me is knock on my door one cold, rainy night and tell me how I could be saved. I praise the Lord for the obedient hearts of those two ladies!

  • Kristy says:

    I am so excited to be a part of this study!! I am Kristy, from Iowa. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is given my family their extra ride tickets for our kids to use at the fair.

  • Teresa says:

    Hello everyone. My name is Teresa and I am from Sequim Washington. I am just beginning my journey with God. I have no memory any specific nice actions from strangers. However I am every encouraged by strangers that offer simple greetings such as “good morning” or “have a nice day”. It is a reminder to carry that generosity with me through the day.

  • Barbara says:

    My name is Barbara, I live in Avon Indiana and this will be my first Bible Study. I am looking forward to this new experience.

  • Bianca T says:

    Hello Ladies! My First Bible Study with Womens Bible cafe! I am Bianca Thomas from Chicago, IL. I am excited to fellowship with everyone. One great thing a stranger has done for me was tell my supervisor from an old employer that He had an excellent worker and I should get a award for great customer service. Knowing this made me feel great and appreciated

  • Debby Piland says:

    Hello my name is Debby I’m from Alabama. A very nice lady opened the door for me. I thanked her and told her to have bless day.

  • Got my book and ready to start. I am Lou Ann from Oklahoma.

  • Julie Sabuda says:

    My book arrived today…I’m excited to start this study. Sounds like a study I will truly like and learn to love and know God more.

  • Leslie says:

    I’m Leslie from Columbus, Ohio and sad to say…I can not recall a time w a decent encounter.

  • Amanda says:

    My name is Amanda Hoffman and I live in Houston Texas. The latest nice thing a stranger did for me was give me their place in line and gave me their coupon. BTW it was during Christmas time.

  • Joyce says:

    Excited to start this one! Good morning, ladies! Praise God!

  • Beth says:

    Beth from Ann Arbor. It’s hard to pinpoint the nicest thing a stranger has done for me. There have been so many wonderful people who have helped us along the way.

  • Lindsay says:

    Lindsay from Ohio! So excited!!

  • Lisa Malmberg says:

    Looking forward to this next study. I’ve downloaded the ebook but I may still order the workbook too!

  • Teresa Brown says:

    Not sure if I already registered but I am registered again. Just received my book a couple days ago and I look forward to this study!

  • Hello Sister in Christ, I am eager to do this study, I pray our hearts and lives are
    transformed. Cant wait to start

  • Leslie says:

    Hello, my name is Leslie and I’m from Ohio. I’m looking forward to this Bible Study. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was pulling my car out of a ton of snow when it was stuck. My reaction was to offer him money for his service.

  • Carman rodgers says:

    My name is carman and I’m excited to begin reading this book and the fellowship of bible study. My nice stranger act of kindness story… I was at work and I complimented a woman on how beautiful her necklace was! She was a co-worker but we had never met as I work for a large company. She took it off her neck and gave it to me! Come to think of it this happened twice a stranger blessed me with a Hermes bracelet because I said I really liked it! I’ve since payed it forward! : )

  • MaLea says:

    Hey. I’m MaLea from Alabama. I’m looking forward to getting into Bible study again. Hope it does my heart good. Ready to see what God has in store.

  • Hi, my name is Alicia. I’m from northern California. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is to give me a ride home when my car broke down. Looking forward to the study!

  • Angelene Anderson says:

    Hi my name is Angelene I live in Rolling Meadows Illinois this will be my 1st online but I just started my 1st study at church we are doing the breaking free by Beth Moore I am so excited…I got the eBook no waiting ….yayyy..

  • CARMELLA says:

    Hello from Carmen and live in Oakland, California. I’m excited to be part of this Bible study

  • Linda Fisher says:

    I’m excited to start this study. Still waiting for my book. I ordered it more than a month ago.

  • Hi, My name is Sherrese and I live in Fairmount Heights, MD . The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was pushing my disabled mobile cart out of the parking lot of a store to up on the platform of the store grounds. I was completely surprised and thankful. The gentleman did it without being asked.

  • Diana says:

    hi I’m Diana , I’m going through the worse time of my life…the nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was someone that show up in my life when i was empty so empty that i didn’t believe anything or trust…but God send me a Angel that broke the spell.. he make me dream and believe again…he makes the most happy person in the world… he is the love of my life better than i ever dream…i really believe that God put him in my life…and now he said that he love me but he can’t stay …i never thought love can be something so good and so bad in the same time …some days i think i can’t do it anymore…i’m praying all the time to GOD help me to feel better and keep going with my life but is so hard …because give up on him is give up on love and everything … please pray for me to understand how God …i look forward to do the study …God is my All..

  • Lori Bratcher says:

    Hi! My name is Lori, and I live in Brewster, Ohio. Excited to do this study! I LOVE Debbie Alsdorf! Great writer, great books!

  • chelceylewis says:

    I would like to join the upcoming bible study stating on April 7 thank you 🙂

  • jssteinman says:

    Got my book! I’m ready to dig in!!!

  • Nancy says:

    Nancy from IL. I’m looking forward to this online study.

  • Pat Tayes says:

    Hi, my name is Pat Tayes and I’m from Tennessee. I’m looking forward to getting back into bible study.

  • Shelly says:

    New to online bible study but looking forward to learning and growing with other ladies

  • Erika says:

    Hi. My name is Erika. I am from Florida. The nicest thing a stranger every did for me is help me with a flat tire and he wouldn’t even let me pay him..

  • Jenise says:

    Jenise from Chicago and looking forward to this study. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to give me a chance when no one else would. That spoke volumes and made me realize that God is in everything.

  • sandisun says:

    Just ordered my book..cant wait…

  • susandube812 says:

    I’m Susan and right now I am in SC but will be returning to Central Florida after Easter. I am in great need of getting back into a bible study and can’t wait to start! The kindest thing a stranger has done for me was pay for my carry on bag on a flight when I was on my way to visit a friend. I was getting ready to pull out my card to pay at for it and he said, “Put that away. I’ve got yours and anyone else that needs to pay for something that this airline has plenty of room for all of us to put out bags on the overhead for free lime all the other airlines.” I was so appreciative and offered to pay for it myself but the attendant had already added it on. God blessed me that day.

  • Lisa says:

    Hi, Lisa from south Florida. My husband’s job had moved us to a rual community and we didn’t know anyone. At the time I had a teenager, 3 yr , 1 yr and was pregnant . My husband was not available to help us move,but the neighbors all came out to help. It was such a pleasant surprise .

  • Maureen says:

    I’m in Colorado. I’ve often had total strangers offer a kind word just at the right moment to lift my spirits.

  • at701south says:

    Really enjoying our current study on David and definitely looking forward to this one!

  • Sam says:

    Sam here! Am looking forward to beginning this new study! Can’t wait to dive in.

  • Mary Ann Barbee says:

    Hi I am Mary Ann from Arizona. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was bring my son home from the neighborhood park when he got separated from the rest of the kids. He was a true angel.

  • Carla Consemiu says:

    Carla from Cleveland, TX. I plan to do this study and need prayer that I can stick to it. I have tried to do a couple of studies with yall, but something always gets in my way — ME! I really need this and look forward to it. THX! God Bless!

  • Tonia Bailey says:

    Hi, I’m Tonia and live in Fayetteville, NC. Offered the use of they’re cell phone to catch a guy who stole my cell while he was sitting in the same sitting area. I was shocked!
    I’ve done 1 online study with Bible Cafe looking forward to this one.

  • Kassie says:

    Kassie from Sioux Falls, SD. Looking forward to the new study!

  • Jennifer from Princeton, NJ. Super kindness: My basement flooded in a severe storm. I was living alone and was fairly new in town so I didn’t know many people. A friend I knew from before I moved to the town came over on very short notice to help me carry many wet items out of my basement before mold set in. Just when I was in desperate need of help, she arrived with kindness and a willingness to assist.

  • Christina Spicuzza says:

    Christina Spicuzza from Monroeville, PA. I can’t wait to start this study! I already have my book and it looks great! 🙂

  • pford12 says:

    Pam from Tulsa Ok and I’m looking forward to this new study.

  • Edwina says:

    I’m from Goldsboro, NC looking forward to the study!

  • Mary Cook says:

    I am Mary ans so looking forward to this new study.

  • Hi. My name is Denice Dalrymple. I live in a small town in northeast Missouri. When my firstborn was 6 mos. old, he was in the hospital. I was tired and lonely and some made a basket of goodies, spa stuff, and gave it to me. They said they had had something nice happen to them in the same situation & wanted to pass it on. It made me want to be aware of when I could pass on a blessing as well. It really lifted my spirits.

  • Carolyn Wall says:

    Hi, I’m Carolyn from Westerville, Ohio and I’m already reading some of the new study from The Kindle!Looks really good! 🙂 Carolyn

  • Caroline says:

    Caroline from Bristol, TN. I plan to do this new study….if I finish David in time! LOL! I was two weeks behind, so I should finish before then. Blessings everyone!

  • gbratrud says:

    Hi, I’m Ginny from TX. Just finished David and looking forward to this study

  • Monica H. says:

    I’ve purchased my book, and I am ready to learn!

  • Sandy Maloney says:

    I plan on joining this one

  • Teena Morris says:

    Teena Morris, Indiana. A stranger paid for my hotel fee, while stranded at the airport. Obviously I was extremely grateful!

  • DeAnn says:

    Several years ago we lost our home and all our belongs in a house fire we was given money and lots of other stuff from people we didn’t know and have never to this day met it was a very humbling exeripence

  • Candace Lewis says:

    Hi, I’m Candace from Texas

  • Yvonne Martinez says:

    I’m Yvonne from Northern California :). The nicest thing anyone’s done for me.. One day I was jogging and struggling. I must have looked like I was struggling and this stranger on my route gave me a “THUMBS UP”.. That was so touching I almost cried. I waved and told him thank you…gave me just enough UMP to make it home. I felt like God was talking through him to me <3

  • Katy says:

    Hi, I’m Katy from Texas. Been through a really rough spot lately and saw this. I think it’s exactly what I need right now. Looking forward to it.

  • Anita Bower says:

    I’m looking forward to this study!

  • Mary Houston says:

    I am in. Ready to go

  • I am really looking forward to this next study. I am registered (or so it says when I try to resubscribe)

  • Marla Massey says:

    Hello, I am Marla Massey, I live in Nashville, TN. I would have to say when I couple purchased gas for me. It was during the time when gas was way high & I had my kids in the car &he filled my tank.

  • Stephanie says:

    Stephanie from Maryland. Having a hard day and could use your prayers and this study to begin to turn my mind to thoughts of things that matter…

  • Raena Graham says:

    I’m in can not wait..

  • kim says:

    Hello, I am kim from Ohio. I am looking forward to the new study coming in April. thanks.

  • Karen Douglass says:

    Count me in!

  • Jeanne says:

    I order the book and am so lokoing forward to the study. Really, really enjoyed the last one…

  • Linda Zwatty says:

    Hi, my name is Linda and I’m from Mechanicsburg, PA. I am drawing such a blank on this question, but I love the small kind things in life such as a smile, when someone lets me out in busy traffic, wonderful conversations in the grocery line, great service in a restaurant, when talking with someone you find you have a connection in common, finding another Jesus follower, etc.

  • birdiecutair says:

    Hi, I’m Birdie in Maryland. I am looking forward to this next study. I have really enjoyed the ones that I’ve done in the past with CBC.

  • bpjn112 says:

    Hi! My name is Beth and I just finished the David study !!! I love the online format and look forward to this next study!…I just bought the book 🙂

  • Kathie Getz says:

    Hello, my name is Kathie Getz looking forward to this Bible Study. Did the last one on David by Beth Moore blessed me so much

  • Robin Carr says:

    Hi, Robin from Illinois. Looking forward to this bible study. So enjoyed the study of David. The first thing that comes to mind is the car in front of me paid for me and my daughter’s Starbucks coffee. It really took me by surprise but put a smile on my face!

  • Angie says:

    Hey, my name is Angie & I am from Georgia. Just recently after church I went to lunch with some great friends & a few people they knew, but I just met that morning in church. When I went to ask for my check, the waiter told me it had already been paid. A lady I just met bought my lunch. I am ready to dive into this Bible study, it is something I truly need at this point in my life.

  • Donna says:

    Hi… my name is Donna… I am a native of Alabama. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was to reach something for me thst I could not reach in Wal-mart… I gladly thanked them for their help… I look forward to meeting new Christian friends here and to starting the study on April 7, 2014… May GOD bless each of us..

  • Nancy says:

    Hi! I’m Nancy and I live in Nebraska. Years ago when I was 7 months pregnant with our first child, I was going home from my regular dr. appt. when the car broke down. This is a rural area so I walked to the nearest farm and knocked on the door and asked to use the lady’s phone. (This was long before cell phones.) She graciously let me in, allowed me to use her phone, insisted I stay at the house with her until my husband came, served me tea and cookies. Then when my husband came, her husband went out with him and they worked on the car to get it running. While I stayed at the house with this wonderfully hospitable lady who no longer was a stranger but a new friend. I went from total discouragment, fear, and anxiety to feeling loved and welcomed in a way I had never been before.

  • Polly Schneider says:

    Hi my name is Polly and I ‘m from eastern Pa. My experience happened a whole ago. My husband and I were out some distance from home when we got a flat tire. My husband was having trouble changing it and then two men just showed up and offered to help. They had the tire changed in a few minutes. It was such a blessing.

  • Cathy Jones says:

    would like to participate and register.

  • Amanda says:

    Hello,
    My name is Amanda and I’m from Cleveland Ohio. I have two things to display.
    The first was one cold snowy day I had just got back from grocery shopping, so naturally, I tried to grab as many bags as I could. I turn around and a nice young man and his girlfriend were walking up and asked if they could help me. This was so nice because I had to carry everything up three flights of steps.
    The second is more touching to me. I had gone to wal-mart for Christmas to make a payment on my lay-away only to find out some “secret shopper” had already taken care of my entire bill, along with 4 others. I was impressed. It’s so nice to see the people that still give back to their community like that.

  • Lorene says:

    Greetings, my name is Lorene and I am a Canadian living in Mexico for the past seven years. I at times miss a concentrated Bible study. I am looking forward to this study.

  • Sandra McCord says:

    I am Sandra from Washington. I cannot recall anything a stranger has done for me. I should circulate in a larger world more! 😉

  • Ruth Celedon says:

    Hello,
    I’m Ruth C. from Bakersfield, CA. The kindness thing that a stranger has done is pay for my coffee at the drive thru. I reacted surprised and it touched my heart.

  • Diana Cook says:

    Hi my name is Diana and I live in Missouri. The kindest thing a stranger did for us was pay our dinner one night at a restaurant. We never did know the man or what his name was, it was God’s answer.

  • ccfarmgirl says:

    Hello! My name is Rhoda and I live in California. Yesterday while my husband gassed up our truck at a very busy Costco I walked in to see what fruit trees they had which is why we were there. I walked straight to where all the plants and trees were near the cashiers and long lines and while my husband came in I decided to pick up few items I needed at home. As I made my way back to get in line my husband calls while he is finding a place to park to see what fruit trees they had and asked me to get an apple tree to add to the geraniums and lavendar in my cart. I had just arrived to the end of a cashier line so I stepped away from the cart to get the tree which was way too heavy for me to lift and immediately out of no where a voice said “Can I help you with that?” The voice of a total stranger, a strong man, who was not an employee helped me carry the tree to the cart right on time before it was my turn to pay. That is the most recent nicest thing a total stranger has done for me and then I was asked this question today which confirmed that this is the Bible Study I am to do next. Looking forward to it!

  • Patti says:

    I ordered the book, Christina! Thanks for the encouragement to stay connected. No time off for good behavior! 🙂

  • Melody Baldwin says:

    Hi! My name is Melody from Missouri. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was to pay for me to mail boxes for Christmas when I found myself and my three preschoolers at the post office, but I had left my purse at home. She is an angel!

  • bcswicegood says:

    Good Morning from Western Piedmont North Carolina: My name is Brenda. The kindest thing a stranger did for me was to help me get into my car after I had locked my keys inside.

  • Natalie Rowe says:

    Hi, my name is Natalie Rowe. The nicest thing someone did for me was when we gave a guy some walnut wood to work in his wood shop, he made me a lazy Susan for my kitchen. I was so appreciative!!

  • Shannon Goudy says:

    Hello! My name is Shannon from Florida. I was waiting in line behind a woman at the gas pump, as she was getting in her car she smiled and raised her hand to me to wave, got in her car and drove off. When I went to fill up there was a $10 credit on the pump. That was the nicest thing a stranger has done for me 🙂

  • Mary Ann Nash says:

    My name is Mary Ann and I am from Arkansas. The kindest thing a stranger has done for me was to carry my luggage at the airport when I was traveling with two small children.

  • Genevieve Thompson says:

    My name is Gennie and I’m from toronto. This is my first bible study and I’m excited to get started. One of the nicest thing someone has done for me was let me go in front of them for a driver licence renewal when I had my cranky toddler with me.

  • Kay says:

    My name is Kay and I am from Jamaica. The kindest thing a stranger has done is to help me/teach me to find my way in a foreign country when I could not read nor understand anything.

  • Melissa says:

    Hi! I’m Melissa, I live in Orlando. I’m not sure what the nicest thing a stranger has done for me – I have a horrible memory! But the most recent is that a woman gave me a $5 coupon for groceries, that was a great blessing!

  • Anna says:

    Hi, I am Anna from CA. This will be my third online study. I didn’t do that last one, I really missed not joining in on the last study. Kindest thing a stranger did for me, was help guide me to the proper location while on jury duty service. It eased my stress of having to be there, may the experience less spooky.

  • Brenda says:

    Hi my name is Brenda and I am from Virginia and I am excited to be a part of this study and this is my first online Bible study. The kindest thing a stranger has done for me is just say hello while waiting for our cars oil to be changed and we started a conversation that made both of us laugh.

  • Cathy says:

    Hi. My name is Cathy and I live in Indiana. A woman from my church that I barely new at the time baked me a cake when my father passed away. I have never forgotten that kind gesture. 🙂

  • Mary Bailey says:

    My name is Mary from Philadelphia PA, a stranger telling me they would pray for me when they saw I was in distress. People do not have to know to share God’s love, I learned.

  • Bonnie says:

    Hi! I”m Bonnie from Wisconsin. This will be my first online bible study – looking forward to the interaction between everyone. An act of kindness from a stranger came about a year ago at my first visit to church in the area I had recently moved to. It was Ash Wednesday and as I was waiting for communion, a woman turned to me and said “Welcome to St. Paul’s.” I know I said thank you to her — I remember feeling such happiness and joy at being welcomed so warmly by a stranger (just because it’s church doesn’t mean you get welcomed – we’ve all been there!) Anyway, I just celebrated 1 year of membership at this church and every Sunday before services start, I thank God for sending me to that parish.

  • Donna Shepherd says:

    Hey! I am Donna from Va Beach! This is my first bible study as well and I can’t wait! I love when a stranger smiles at me!

  • Debby says:

    My name is Debby and I’m from Illinois. The kindest thing a stranger has done for me is let me go in front of them in a grocery store check-out line when I have more items than the person in front of me.

  • Lisa says:

    Hi, my name is Lisa from Colorado. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me; an employee at a fast food restaurant payed my bill when I was having issues with my credit card. BTW; his name was “Angel”.

  • Kathy Katona says:

    Hi, I’m Kathy from Arlington, VA. My first bible study online! The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was let me go ahead of them in line with my small daughter who was not having a good day!

  • Louise says:

    Hi, my name is Louise and I am from Texas. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was pay my parking on a day that was less than satisfactory.

  • Jeani Allen says:

    Hi I am Jeani from Webster Texas ! I really enjoy the
    WBC bible studies ! Am looking forward to the new one!

  • Sherry Allinger says:

    Hi I’m Sherry, from Cedar Rapids Iowa. I can’t think of any kind act that a stranger has done for me right now. It is usually friends that I interact with that are kind to me. I’m looking forward to the He Is My All study. Blessings

  • Heather says:

    Hi, I’m Heather from Bedford, Texas. I’m looking forward to yet another WBC study! David’s been spectacular! Can’t wait to get started on this next study!
    The nicest thing a stranger did for me was when I was flying with my 6 month old who was quite cranky; the flight attendant held him and walked him around the back of the plane for a bit. I appreciated her kindness and understanding, knowing a crying baby on a plane can be very difficult for everyone else on the plane.

  • I’m Rebecca from Wales, I’ve really enjoyed the David study and am looking forward to the next. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is capture my 3 runaway piglets… Long story!

  • Debi says:

    Good Evening! I am Debi and live in southwest Missouri. The nicest thing a total stranger ever did for me, that I can recall, is hold me while I bawled my eyes out after a meeting

  • janice says:

    Hi, my name is Janice I go by Lex the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is give me 50 dollars in walmart and told me God wants to bless my ministry … how that women made my day just when i needed it. <3

  • Jamie Wendorski says:

    Hi, my name is Jamie from Wisconsin. This is my first bible study. I love it when a stranger holds a door for me- especially when I have my hands full.

  • shannon franklin says:

    Hi my name is Shannon. I live in sunny Arizona. The nicest thing someome has done for me was pray for me. I found out until much later what they had done. I didnt even know them at the time. I am looking forward to this Bible study.

  • Elizabeth says:

    Hi I’m Elizabeth from NJ. The nicest thing that ever happened to me was when coworkers gave me a surprise bridal shower. It was totally unexpected.

  • Stephanie says:

    Hi! My name is Stephanie. I’m from Waco, TX. The nicest thing someone has done for me is speak God’s truth to me and encourage me.

  • Karen Gentile says:

    I’m Karen and I am looking forward to doing this study.

  • Mariana says:

    Hello from PA! My name is Mariana. I’m excited about participating in my first study with WBC. The kindest thing a stranger did for me was take my shopping cart back after seeing me struggle to get my groceries, and kids into the car on a cold snowy day. It made me feel grateful that someone was kind enough to help me.

  • Linda Gregory says:

    Hi, my name is Linda and I’m from Jamestown, ny. It’s been awhile since I’ve done a Bible study and I feel The Lord calling to me to join Him again. I’m sad to say that I fell away from Him and I need to reconnect and feel His presence flowing again. I am so excited to fellowship with other women

  • LuAnn says:

    My name is LuAnn from Indiana and looking forward to the study I always like it when strangers hold the door and I like to do it in return.

  • Nikki F. says:

    Hi, my name is Nikki and I live in Texas. The nicest thing I can think of right off hand is a stranger paid for my lunch:)

  • Jessica G says:

    Hello! My name is Jessica and I am from Missouri. I am looking forward to this study!

  • Carol Pena says:

    Hello! I am Carol Pena from Pennsylvania. I have a very busy schedule and feel bless to be a part of this bible study group. I had a stranger paid my lunch at a Wawa store when he said me looking in my purse and unable to find my wallet which I had forgotten at home. I was getting ready to return the items when the girl at the register told me that someone had already paid for my items. Honestly at first, I felt embarrassed but then I realized it was a gesture of love by a complete stranger. I wanted to return the favor to someone else and when I had the chance to do so it was a wonderful feeling.

  • Casey says:

    Hi! My name is Casey and I’m from Texas! I’m very excited to be a part of this bible study! The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is pay for my Starbucks order in the drive thru! I was beyond thankful so I paid it forward and paid for the car behind me!

  • Mandy McDade says:

    Hi. My name is Mandy and I’ am in a small town in Colorado. I’ am very excited for this study and looking forward to the work God is going to do in me through this. I have been struggling with making Him a priority and think this study is just what I need. I have never done an online study and am looking forward to this new experience. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is let me cut in front of them at the grocery store.

  • Denise says:

    Hello! My name is Denise & from Hawaii! The greatest thing someone has done for me is to pray over me not knowing that my heart was heavy & i was dealing with some things.

  • Michael Jimerson says:

    Hello! My name is Michael from Pennsylvania. I have a very busy schedule and I’m excited about being part of a study group! Probably the nicest thing a stranger has done for me is let me pass in line when they could tell I was in a hurry! I really appreciated it and I try to do the same for others!

  • Ann Heagney says:

    Hi ~ I’m Ann from PA and I’m looking forward to participating in the online Bible study in April. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was when I was at the check out in a local grocery store, and I had less cash than what the bill came to. The gentleman behind me made up the difference. I was blessed by his kindness and have never forgot the kindness that was so freely extended to me that day.

  • Melissa Gray says:

    Hi, My name is Melissa and I am from Mississippi. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was come up and pray for me when the Lord placed upon her heart. It was perfect timing on God’s part and perfect timing for her to be obedient. My reaction was tears of joy that someone would take the risk of praying for a total stranger in such a personal way AND tears of joy that my God knew what I needed at that moment. 🙂

  • Ann says:

    Hi ~ I’m Ann from PA. The nicest thing a stranger ever did was when I was in a grocery store check out and came up short on cash. The gentleman behind me paid the balance for me. I was grateful for the kindness for his kindness.

  • Reynell says:

    Reynell, from MD. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was when after a long day of Jury duty my car would not start. The gentleman in the car next to me did not have jumper cables but stayed with me until help arrived. He did not want to leave me alone because it was going to get dark soon and he also spoke to my husband on the phone who was at work and unable to get to me to let him know that I was ok. He was truly my guardian angel on that day.

  • Hello, from Vernon Hills Illinois. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to pay for my starbucks latte in the drive thru.
    Very excited babout this study. This is what I’ve been praying for. To let go of insecurity and realize that only God can satisfy.

  • Missy Cutler says:

    Hi! My name is Missy and I’m in Alabama. I am very excited for this study. I am doing the David study right now and just adore the women of WBC. I am looking forward to spending more time with you all!

  • lapamela says:

    I Am so very blessed to have joined such amazing group of women with everyday is a struggling point for women such as myself just facing everyday test all by it self just wanting to grow stronger keeping the faith holding on to God every word!!

  • Michele says:

    Hi, my name is Michele and I’m from California. I think the nicest thing a stranger has done for me is reassure me. After a long day of flying with my young children, and some rude comments from another passenger on a plane, a woman walked up to me in baggage claim to let me know how good our children were on the flight and that she appreciated our parenting.

  • Sandra says:

    Good Morning Ladies,
    I’m just getting started, but I have always follow you in reading my emails. I live in SC and need spiritual connection everyday.

  • Christine says:

    Christine from Michigan here. I’m excited to rejoin the group after a couple months off. No single grand gesture comes to mind on this Monday morning, but thousands of small kindnesses – from letting me get on the highway during a traffic jam when nerves are frayed to someone stepping aside at the grocery store checkout counter to let me go first with my single item to a smile and word of encouragement on the bleakest of days. How much those little things help!

  • nittany89 says:

    Good morning, Brenda from Lancaster, PA. I participated in one of the studies last fall, and really enjoyed it! The sisterhood was amazing for an online forum. One of the nicest things a stranger ever did for me was fix my car! I was about 15 minutes from home, luckily near some stores-including an auto parts store- when my car died. Two men in a work truck saw my distress, looked at the car, and told me what part I needed. Then they fixed it. I offered to pay them, but they only said to pay it forward.

  • Diana Cook says:

    Hi I am Diana and I cannot wait to get started. One of the nicest things a stranger has done for me would have to be when my husband and I were at dinner and the waiter told us our check had been taken care of by another customer that we did not know. My reaction was surprise and I wanted to thank him but the waiter said he already left. This was so wonderful as we were struggling with some things in our lives financially and it was a wonderful act of kindness and God showed us that we do matter and others care about us.

  • Mariell says:

    Hello all! Mariell here from California. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to approach my boyfriend and I with coupons to comp our dinner. I was very grateful for the random act of kindness and have always made it a point to pay it forward. 🙂

  • Shelley Cox says:

    Hi . I’m Shelley from Oregon coast. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was give me money for food for my family. I was humbled and thanked them and God

  • shelley Cox says:

    Hi I’m Shelley I live in seaside Oregon, the nicest thing a stranger did for me was to give me money for food
    For my family

  • Hello my name is Gloria and I live in Louisiana. The nicest thing someone did for my was help me when my car broke down. He bought gas because we thought it had run out. It was really cold and getting colder outside. He stayed with me so I could stay warm until my daughter arrived.

  • Hello. I am looking forward to this Bible Study. I have my book ordered.

  • Nicole says:

    Hi ladies! I am thrilled to find that there is an online bible study for women. My name is Nicole and I live in Wausau, WI. One of the nicest things that I can think of a stranger doing for me is letting me cut in line at the grocery store when it was obvious that my toddler was done shopping 🙂

  • Hello! Leslie here from Wyoming. A few years ago I fell asleep at the wheel with my 3 year old daughter. We drove off the road, down into a steep ditch. Luckily, we didn’t roll but I was so shaken up. Numerous vehicles stopped to see if we were OK.One gentleman drove my car out of the ditch, followed me to the nearest town (6 miles away), washed my car, and bought my daughter and I a cold drink. I have been forever grateful to his kindness and help.

  • Joyce Owens says:

    Hi, my name is Joyce from Kentucky, l am happy to be returning after a few months absence. My husband and I were eating breakfast at a local restaurant when my husband went to pay for our food, it was already paid for by another customer, such a blessing.

  • Teresa Cribbs says:

    Hey from Florida! My husband & I with our two kids broke down one day traveling from SC to Ga & we walked to a restaurant. While we were siting talking about what to do another family overheard us & offered to take my husband to buy the parts to fix our car.

  • Marsha says:

    A man on a train got up from his seat and carried my gigantic suitcase through two train cars, to where I needed it after he saw me struggling. We were in a foreign country, and there was a language barrier, but his kindness was clearly understood.

  • Barbara says:

    Good morning, my name is Barbara. I live in Denver. People from other countries have welcomed my visit and offered instruction for my protection.

  • onyxmarie says:

    Blessings, Sue from Greenwood, In. Put gas in my car, in fact they filled it up. I was stun when, I went to pay for it.

  • Alice says:

    Hi! I live in SC. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was to pay for my latte at Starbucks.

  • Nancy says:

    Hello! Nancy from Illinois here. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was to rescue me when my car broke down. We got the car from the highway to his town and then he and his family allowed me to use their phone to call for help and left me sitting in their living room watching a Christmas movie while they went about the Christmas preparations they had scheduled for that day until my dad got there with another car and took the one I was driving back home to be fixed. God was good to us all that day.

  • Deb says:

    Hi. My name is Deb and I live in North Branch, Michigan. I think the nicest thing a stranger did for me was about 4 years ago after I had been laid off from my job. She invited me to her Bible study – I’ve made some great friends since then and am now the “reader” in the class.

  • Rene says:

    Hi, I’m Rene , I live in North Dakota. The nicest thing a stranger did for me was pray for me. Looking forward to the study

  • Dawn says:

    I had signed up for the David study but didnt do so well keeping up. I hope to do better on this study. My name is Dawn and I live in Orange Park, Florida. I am married and we have one son. The kindest thing I have experienced from someone outside friends and family was for a coworker at the time volunteering to take our son for the night so we could sleep. I never so thankful to get some sleep.

  • Wanda says:

    Wanda from Michigan. Hard to pick which stranger story to tell. Once in restaurant someone picked up the tab for my husband and I and 4 children. Never knew who did it to say thanks. We have repeated that.

  • Carolyn Wall says:

    I’m Carolyn Wall from Westerville, Ohio when our family was serving in Vineyard Pantry last year this homeless lady got up and offered me her seat—I thot she needs that–then the Lord seemed to say take her seat thats all she has to give, humbled and blessed me!Carolyn Wall

  • Paula says:

    My name is Paula. I’m so excited to start this study

  • Debbie Manthe says:

    Can’t remember if I posted something or not, and I want to be sure I’m in on this one. Thank you for sharing this with us! Many blessings to all who wrote, prepared, lead and participate!

  • star8let4on says:

    Morning, Skye, and I live in Atlanta for a little over a year now. Every day, I’ve been blessed with folks doing nice things for me — as simple as saying good morning, how are you or a hug — acknowledging my existence in these last few days has been a blessing, just a little depress after a break up. I am just trying to find consistency in my spiritual journey and enlightenment.

  • Nakia Bee says:

    Hi my name is Nakia Bee, and I live in Philadelphia. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was give me coupons to take my children into a skating rink on discount. I was on my way into the skating rink about to pay full price for us on my extremely tight budget when a complete stranger said “her you go miss, I beleive you and your children can use these” the discount actually allowed to receive free admission into the skating rink. As I begin to type this comment I also remember that an organization paid my daughter full tuition for private school one year, they also can fall into the complete stranger catergory, and they kind enough to bless my children with a scholarship. My reaction to the act of kindness at the skating rink was I thanked the stranger explain to my children how this was a blessing from God. And as for the scholarship I begin to praise the Lord once I hung up the phone with the organization with the great news.

    I look forward to completing this bible study with you all. I pray that I can be consistent and complete it to the end. I am known to begin things and not complete them, so please pray for me in that area.

  • Georgia Crimmins says:

    Hi, all. My name is Georgia, and live in Altoona,PA. Driving home for winter break years ago, my Corvair (like I said – years ago;) broke down. My car was jampacked with stuff! A Marine stopped, put all my stuff in his Jeep and drove me to my door where everyone helped to unload. More amazingly, that soldier drove the whole way back the next morning to return my eye glasses. He wouldn’t take a penny, just wished us all a Merry Christmas:)

  • 1663kab says:

    Hello my name is Kara this will be my first study with women’s bible cafe and I am really looking forward to it I have ordered my book

  • Bree says:

    Hi ladies, my name is Bree. I’m from Arlington VA. I love the books by Debbie Alsdorf. When I was a single mom I struggled to keep food on the table. One day as I went grocery shopping I started the chechout process and as I went to pay for my groceries my card was declined. Talk about being embarrassed! As I hung my head in shame and started to put the groceries back the lady behind me pulled out her wallet and put $400 in my hand. I was just swept away by her generosity! She was so humble and kind to my son and I. I’ve never forgotton her gracious gift.

  • LaVonne says:

    Hi, my name is LaVonne. I am in southern California. I was at Trader Joe’s and forgot water, I didn’t want to hold up the line so I decided not to purchase it. The person behind me heard me talking to the cashier and purchased a case of water and brought it to me at my car. Super sweet!!

  • Donna says:

    hi, my name is Donna. I live outside Boston. The greatest act of kindness I have experienced is when my twin’s NICU nurse asked if I wanted to hold my 7 day old son for the first time. I had just learned his sister had had a brain bleed, probably due to the infection that started 2 days prior and while I had been glad for every minute of their lives, was realizing that this time was not going to be enough time to have a daughter, I wanted the pigtails and little girl time too. Of the great things those men and women did, that stands out.
    AND all the people who prayed for them while they were there. (they are fine and 8 years old now) –I am up to my elbows in miracles.

  • Lanita Winters says:

    Hello Everyone, I am Lanita, a native Chicagoan. I was to deliver the resolution at my Pastor’s funeral and a flat tire caused me to arrive late. By the time I took my seat I was visibly shaken. The woman seated next to me reached over, took my hand and held it until I stopped shaking. Just that one small gesture was enough to ease my anxieties and enable me to carry on.

  • Nikki says:

    Good Morning, My name is Nikki & I now live in MD. God has blessed me with the gift of serving his people through nursing. I encounter new people every day & I am taught the true meaning of love, faith, strength, & hope. I am looking forward to the up-coming bible study to allow me the opportunity to allow God’s love to continue to shine through me into the lives of those I care for.

  • Patricia Shelton says:

    Hello! My name is Patricia Shelton and I live in Lynchburg, VA. One of the nicest thing someone has done (a lot of someones) is pray for me. The last three years we have dealt with my twenty-eight year old being diagnosed with Thymoma (having to go through two surgeries – similar to heart surgery – in a fourteen day period) – and a lymphoma scare and my husband was diagnosed with bladder cancer and having to have surgery.

    Instead of being a time of stress and worry – I felt God’s peace throughout that period. I am thankful that they continue to pray for me.

    I look forward to this Bible Study and growing more in God’s love.

  • Tara says:

    Hello, my name is Tara and I am from Missouri. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for was give me a hug when I was feeling down.

  • Keshia says:

    Hi my name is Keshia Richard and I’m from PEI. One nice thing a stranger did for me is (there are so many nice things) stop and help me when I was on the side of the road with a broken car and got my car working for me.This is me first online study so excited!

  • Regina Williams says:

    Greetings, Regina, I live in Atlanta, the nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to pray for me because they could see that I was missing my daughter who lives in another country. Praise God for God has placed angels all around her and is truly protecting her in her mission work. Truly a blessing to ease a mother’s heart. God is truly Good.
    I look forward to the Bible study in April. I have read many of Patricia’s books.

  • Kathy Johnson says:

    I forgot to answer the question, when me and my husband had small children, my husband lost his job and a neighbor church gave us money to help us get by. The nicest thing was it was very unexpected. i will never forget it.

  • Kathy Reppert says:

    My name is Kathy and I am from PA. This will be the 2nd Bible study that I am doing in Womens Bible Cafe. I love spending time with women that have the desire to know the Lord more. My daughter is going thru some challenging times right now and I took her out to lunch after a very emotional meeting. We disclosed alittle information, and here she is going thru something similar. I know for a fact that God put us in that restaurant to meet this “stranger”.

  • Sandra says:

    Stumbled upon your site and this bible study…so excited to get started!

    • Martina says:

      My name is Martina and I am so… excited to participate in this wonderful bible study!
      Thank you so much for having me.

  • Laticia says:

    My name is Latcia and one of the nicest things a stranger done for me was saying hello and introduce himself. Now on April 7 that stranger and I will be celebrating our second anniversary. So I wouldl love to join the study group but the first week I will not be able to participate. So let me know if I will still be able to join.

  • Hello! My name is Ellyn. I am from North Carolina, but am currently living and serving in ministry in El Salvador. The kindest thing a stranger has done for me is very recent…I was a neighborhood store buying water and the woman said, “Thank you” to me in English. A very small gesture but meant a lot to me! She wasn’t trying to practice her English – she valued me as a person enough to try to say something in my language. An act of true hospitality!

  • Amanda says:

    My name is Amanda, and this will be my first online Bible study!

  • Pamela Pacheco says:

    Hello, my name is Pam and this is my first online Bible Study. I’m looking forward to the experience and spring with you all.

    • Pamela Pacheco says:

      I forgot to answer the questions, my apologies. I live in Phoenix. The nicest thing a stranger ever did for me was not just give me directions in a new , but take me to my destination. I was so touched by their warmth and the chat we had along the way. It started my visit with grace and I found myself talking with strangers wherever I stopped.

  • Ruth says:

    Hi 🙂 my name is Ruth so excited to start and happy I found the website 🙂

  • mary says:

    Hi I am happy to join this group. I just ordered the book for the bible study in april. It start’s on the 7th.

  • Kathy Johnson says:

    Hello, my name is Kathy,looking forward to getting back in a bible study!

  • Kerri says:

    My name is kerri from IL. The kindest thing a stranger did for me was offer to pay for my groceries.

  • cindy says:

    My name is Cindy and I live in Hawaii. I can’t wait to do another amazing bible study! Missed the last one but this time for sure I am doing this one! So excited!

  • Sherri Sawyer says:

    Hi, I’m Sherri from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. A Person I do not know has donated a sponsorship for me to go on a mission trip to Ecuador in June!!!

  • cj1980 says:

    Hi, My name is Caroline and I’m from Boston. I look forward to starting this bible study because I want to grow more confident of God’s love for me. Here’s a nice thing someone did for me a few weeks ago! I was struggling to walk down the icy road leading to our apartment garbage compactor, with two heavy garbage bags in both hands and babywearing a toddler to boot…a gentleman saw me coming down the road and walked halfway up and took my “stinky” garbage bags and put them in the trash for me. These random acts of kindness never cease to amaze me and remind me of God’s goodness as well as man’s 🙂

  • Laura Rosa says:

    I was on a car accident due to snow and ice on the road, and 2 lovely ladies with their kids in the car- helped me and my kids and called the police to get help. They went as far as taking my 3 scared kids and I to my house. They were a true blessing and the best part was that the car was totally towed and we didn’t suffer any harm….only a small scratch on one of my daughter……God surely blessed and protected us that day……
    Laura.

  • chris says:

    Hi my name is Chris. I live in North Carolina. I’ve had a stranger buy my coffee in line at Starbucks. Then brought the person behind me. It continued that day!

  • Joyce J says:

    Hi, my name is Joyce. The kindest gift that I have received and can give is a kind word, a smile, and Godly encouragement.

  • Mary Kay Ruwette says:

    Hi my name is Mary Kay and I plan to join Heather Kings group on Wednesday mornings. I had an accident on my bike one day and I couldn’t get the chain back on. I was walking home and someone stopped and fixed my bike for me. It would have been a long walk home.

  • Nanci Quick says:

    My name is Nanci and I live in Nebraska. I once had a flat tire on the freeway and a stranger stopped who just happened to have a pump to fill my tire so I could get home. blessed!

  • Sherry Backman says:

    Hi I am Sherry from Dix Hills, NY. I would like to join the online bible study. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me has been to smile and welcome me in when I was down and out.

  • colleen 2853@ gmail.com says:

    A lady stranger befriended me

  • Nicole Vigil says:

    My name is Niki and I am from a small town in Wyoming.

  • Holly Weathers says:

    Hi, my name is Holly. I’m from NJ but live in NC. The nicest thing a sranger has ever done for me…When I was homeless a man let me sit I. His car to warm up. He gave me some money and all he wanted in return was for me to sit and listen about Jesus’ love for me. It proved to me that not all men are bad and that Jesus was with me no matter how low I sunk. If I have posted this twice I’m sorry I just did it and it wasn’t there so I did it again.

  • Holly says:

    Hi my name os Holly. I live in North Carolina, I’m from NJ. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me…When I was homeless a Christian man let me sit in his csr to warm up. He gave me some money and all he wanted was for me to sit and listen to him talk about Jesus’ love for me. It made me see that not all men were bad and even though I didn’t get help right away. It did remind me that Jesus hadn’t forgotten me and that he was with me no matter how low I sunk.

  • Teresa Brown says:

    My name is Teresa Brown and I am from Albany, New York. When I am in the grocery store and can’t reach top shelves I always have someone help me. I am looking so forward to this next study. 🙂 Thanks Christine and all the leaders for all you do. 🙂

  • Kelly says:

    Hi I’m kelly looking forward to the bible study

  • My Name is Patricia. I live in Danville, IL. It was Christmas, in the early 90’s, I was a young Soldier in the U.S. Army, it was my first time living away from home. I was at that time a single mother and was raising two sons, along with my nephew, whom my sister was unable to care for at that time. I was stationed in Salt Lake City, Utah. Though I was in the Army, as a Sergeant, I was not making much money and was wondering how I would be able to provide for the children for the holiday season, for gifts and such. I ‘believed’, that my older son, and my nephew might be slightly disappointed, as when I lived back home in Chicago, my sister, my mother and I, had always made Christmas an enjoyable time for them with a great home filled with love, a festive holiday atmosphere and many gifts, while this Christmas would appear to them somewhat sparse, and not what they were accustomed to. I had determined that what God had provided for us was enough. We had a warm home to stay in on the Army base, and food to eat, we were all together which is a gift! Happily, but sadly, I knew that we had much to be thankful for, more than many others had, and I knew we were blessed. Late, late night, at or about 9:00 p.m., on that cold, snowy Christmas Eve, I heard a knock at my door. When I opened it, there stood two (2) Sergeants that I worked, one male, one female, their arms were loaded with bags of groceries and at their feet were numerous gifts of toys. Not just simple gifts, but expensive gifts of mechanical racing cars, and so many others that to this day could not name them all. They had been recently engaged, and they told me that they had no children and wanted to be a blessing to someone who had, for the Christmas season. As I recall this story………….I am in tears……..Their thoughtfulness, love and compassion for me and my family, was not just a gift for my children,………but truly a GIFT from God!

  • My name is Gale. I live in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. The nicest thing a stranger ever did was: after Hurricane Katrina an online group I belonged to sent us 7 large boxes of ppresents at Christmas. We were so moved by their love and generosity.

  • Lori Jorgensen says:

    Hi my name is Lori. I live in Kansas. I’ve had a stranger buy my groceries for me. Very blessed and I’ve payed it forward.

  • I’m in for the “He Is My All” study! I’ll be joining the Friday 9 a.m. discussion with Kelly Washington. Thanks!

  • Marissa Nelson says:

    My name is Marissa, I live in Wisconsin. Kindest thing a stranger has done for me is pay a portion of my rent when I was in need. I thanked them profusely and praised God for their help.

  • Tanya Britton-Rell says:

    My name is Tanya. I live in Birmingham, Alabama.

  • Debra Gustitus says:

    Hi, I’m Deb Gus from Ann Arbor Michigan. The nicest thing that a stranger did for me was I had caught my pant leg in the back wheel of my bicycle and he stopped and helped me untangle it.

  • Hey my name is Stephanie I live in South Carolina. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me is help me when I locked my keys, along with my then 1yr.old daughter in the car, while I was loading my grocery in the trunk.

  • Christina T. says:

    My name is Christina, and I live in Dallas, TX. The nicest thing that a stranger has done for me was be incredibly welcoming at my church. It’s considered a mega church and on my first visit, I was completely overwhelmed. A couple took the time to welcome us, and I haven’t looked back.

  • Dee says:

    Hi. My name is Dee. The kindest thing “strangers” have done for me is that when one of my children was involved in a hit and run accident, a woman gave them her business card and then chased the other driver and gave info to police and a man stopped to make sure they were ok and then came back after the police arrived to act as a witness. So grateful to these kind people!

  • Leanora says:

    Hi All, I’m Leanora from Washington. I’m excited to start this study with you ladies! The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was one time the bus workers in my town were on strike. I was at the bus stop with 2 other gentlemen, waiting for the bus to get to work, and this woman pulled over and explained the strike to us, and told us to hop in so she could give us a ride into downtown! She was making shuttle trips like this all morning, picking up people along the commute route. I’m still amazed at her kindness!

  • Hi. My name is Heather and I’m from Oregon. This sounds bad, but I can’t think of a nice thing a stranger has done for me except someone just left me some items in a game on Facebook… That was sweet of them, though I don’t know who they were. Also, I’m doing A Month of Letters this month (a challenge to write one letter a day) and got some lovely letters from strangers. Does that count? ^_^

  • Cherawn says:

    My name is Cherawn,, I live in Dallas, TX. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me was just a simple “smile”

  • lLinda R. Smith says:

    My name is Linda and I live in North Carolina. The nicest thing a stranger has done for me was to take my three daughters and me to a gas station when my car broke down while retuning home from visiting my family. My response was thankfulness knowing God had sentthis person to rescue us on this cold winter day.

  • l says:

    My name is Linda, and I live in North Carolina. The nicest thing that a stranger did for me was to get me to a gas station who referred me to a car dealership for major repairs. My response was one of thankfulness knowing that God had sent this person to my rescue on this cold winter day.

  • melinda says:

    My name is Melinda, I live in Michigan and the nicest thing a stranger did for me was gave me a phone to use after I hit a deer on the expressway.

  • Linda says:

    Hi, My name is Linda and I live in Florida. The nicest thing a stranger does for me, is hold the door as I am entering. It is a lost kindness and when it happens I am over joyed.

  • Linda says:

    Hello my name is Linda. I live in Texas. A young man recently held the door for my daughters and I as we entered a building. While my husband does this for us all of the time I very seldom see other men especially young men doing it. I was especially grateful to this young man.

  • Diane Beach says:

    My nam is Diane from Virginia. A stranger changed my flat tire for me and wouldn’t accept any payment. It was a true blessing and I was very grateful!

  • janetmulford says:

    I want to join Fridays with Tanya. Strangers have done lots of nice things for me. Once someone gave me the exact amount of money I prayed for.

  • Cheri says:

    My name is Cheri and I live in Canada the nicest thing a stranger did for me was when I drove into a ditch and a rail car stopped on the railroad tracks and a group of men jumped out and pushed my car back on the road. They never said a word and then jumped back in the rail car and left. My sister was with me along with our children. I still am amazed today and very thankful.

  • davist0720@gmail.com says:

    Hi, my name is Tonya and the nicest thing a stranger has done for me is help me change me flat tire…actually they did all the work. Kindness and chivalry still exist.

  • Kristine says:

    Hi my name is Kristine and I live in Nebraska. The nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is help me with my car when I was having car troubles and running late for work.

  • Amber Conley says:

    My name is Amber, I live in Ohio. The nicest thing that a stranger has done for me… well, I have no idea! I haven’t really had that experience. I guess compliment me on something that I am wearing.

  • Rita says:

    My name is Rita and I’m from Ontario, Canada. I think the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me is to welcome me at their church when I sat down beside them. The stranger is no longer a stranger 🙂