Success Stories


Thank you for the work you do in bringing people together. I would also like to commend you on the quality and calibre of the profiles you send out.
Nick and Joy
Thank you Debbie for introducing Joy to me. We chatted on-line for a long period and finally met. Just before the present lockdown, we enjoyed a lovely walk together and I was so presently surprised.
Joy is exactly the type of partner that I asked God for and much more.

Breaking news: Update
Nick and I have seen a lot of each other over the past few weeks and getting really close now. It’s been amazing getting to know him, he is such a gentle and kind person and a real keeper in terms of quality genuine, loving guy. Both our sons also enjoying getting to know each other so I am pleased to be able to tell you it’s going really well. Watch this space . . .

Lance and Kate
Debbie, briefly this is our story, which we hope will bring joy and a sense of excitement to your readers. As you know, I was not impressed with you for sending me Lance’s profile because he is 15 years older than myself. I made my unhappiness known to both you and Lance. But both of you persisted, it was “just coffee”, and you both felt Holy Spirit’s lead. I then opened my heart and just decided that if this was God then I would simply be open to whatever the Holy Spirit had in mind. I am so glad that I did. Praise God.
Lance and I met and immediately, we felt that although, we did not see a romantic relationship blossoming, the beginnings of a great friendship quickly grew.

Debbie, what you did not know as it was not relevant at the time. Many years before my mum met my dad, she bore a daughter out of wedlock. Sadly circumstances prevented her from raising her little girl and the baby was adopted. My mum went on to meet my dad, they married and I and my two siblings were born. She never kept her first daughter a secret from any of us. Birthdays were always filled with prayer, thanksgiving and praise for this life and for God and life to keep her safe. Searching for her, proved fruitless.
Lance and my friendship grew. His first wife and he divorced because she was adopted and unable to locate her biological parents, she never felt complete.
We later discovered, this lady was the very same daughter that my mother had to give up for adoption! Only my mum had never given up hope and faith that they would one day find one another.
Needless to say, that our families re-united, a time for rejoicing and plenty of joyful tears. My sister has 4 siblings, all adopted. Incredible. We are now one huge extended family.

Feeling closure, my sister just remarried Lance, becoming my brother in law! And I am engaged to be married. Sounds complicated; my sister’s adopted sister’s husband’s youngest cousin. (In other words my brother in law’s youngest cousin).
All praise to our Father.

Paul and Mandy
On paper, it did not seem that Paul and myself had anything in common. And his photograph was also not impressive. I remembered that in your membership guidelines, that one of your early members once penned the phrase “You can never tell a man by his profile”. And thank you Debbie for reminding me of that.

My sentiments exactly. I just was not convinced we had anything remotely in common. And I also did not think Mandy was my “cup of tea”.
Only to find out that we have so much in common and neither of our profiles had indicated that. Even our faith, we are on par.
We love spending time together, and we can during lock down as both of us are in the medical field. So we are blessed about that fact. We laugh so much and in the flesh we both feel that we could of missed out because of photos and profiles. Of course we are very attracted to one another not only in our characters but also spending time together, we see what others might not see. Beauty is special and very personal.

We are enjoying our relationship and look forward to what God has in store as a couple.