Almost everyone in the country has a Bible somewhere in the house. However, few have ever read it. Many -- Christians as well as non-Christians -- misunderstand Christianity because they fail to feast from the cafeteria for the soul, the Bible. Christianity is not just a religion. It is a love relationship with Jesus Christ and one another. The Bible provides the spiritual food to nourish those relationships and make them meaningful. We cannot truly know Jesus and surrender our lives to Him if we do not know what He expects of us. We do not have to stumble through life wondering if we are doing the right thing. We have an instruction manual that teaches all we need to know to live lives pleasing to God. However, unless we read it and learn what the will of God is, we will stumble and fall. The hope is that after reading Cafeteria for the Soul the reader will hunger and thirst for a life that glorifies God and will pick up the Bible to find out how to attain a deeply spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ. The author, reared an atheist, is a mid-life Christian convert who hopes to help others avoid the pitfalls of life she encountered without the benefit of the Holy Spirit and the spiritual nourishment offered in the cafeteria for the soul, The Bible. After working in the world of business for twenty-five years and seeing the sin and corruption that tarnishes so many lives, including her own, she went back to school to learn how to study the Bible, apply it to her life, and share it with others. After twenty-five years of constant study the Lord said, "Okay, now let's write a book that will encourage others to do what you did."