"To the person who just paid for my Dunkin' coffee: thank you!!!!! Had a horrible morning at the MVA (of course) and you made it so much better already ❤️"
"On Saturday (8/5) I was on my way to a golf outing in Bowie, when I stopped at a Dunkin' Donuts in Jessup. It was about 6:15 in the morning and I decided that it being so early in the morning on a beautiful Saturday, the person behind me would enjoy having their coffee paid for. I drove up to the window and paid for my coffee and food. I then turned to the cashier and let him know that I was going to pay for the person behind me. I handed him the Grace Bomb card and asked that he give it to the man. A little confused he took the card. I drove up a few yards and looked in my rear-view mirror and got a thumbs up and a wave. A little surprised, the cashier actually gave the man the card, who also looked a little confused. It was a small gesture for a $2 coffee, but I just hope and pray that I made his morning, his Saturday, his weekend, his whatever, that much brighter.
I have a few more Grace Bomb cards in my truck that I will be taking down to the Outer Banks next week. I hope the opportunity presents itself where I can Grace Bomb someone else, and get the movement going into another state! I can't wait to hear this Sunday's message, as the last three weeks have been amazing!"
"On my way to give fresh herbs from my garden to two friends. Stopped at Starbucks and the lady in front of me brought coffee for me and my wife."
"So simple, but happy to share this! I paid for the person behind me in line at the Starbucks drive-thru this morning and had the barista hand them the card. Such a small token (as their order was only $2. that's a talent ordering only $2 worth of a drink from Starbucks), but gave me such joy to do so. Hopefully, it was a blessing on them as well.
"I was at a Wawa in Millersville, Maryland. I was getting my morning coffee and I looked over, and there was this little card sitting there... So I pick it up and BOOM $2.00 so I'm going to add $10.00 to it and leave it at another Wawa."