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About deborahhunnicutt

Taking a crazy journey that God has led me on to Roatan, Honduras. Donations to this ministry can be made at: Teaching in the Son 17 E Hurd, Ste. 200 Edmond, OK 73034 USA


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Reflections: Almost seven years ago, an off-handed remark in a conversation I was having with Charlotte Shaw got the wheels turning for God to bring me (albeit not too willingly) to Roatan. About 18 months later, God began hitting me over the … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about foundations.  Probably because we’re starting an exciting new phase of the ministry here in Roatan – building a permanent school building. Foundations. Do we use wood posts or concrete posts?  Wood is much less expensive. … Continue reading

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Look! The Fish are Flying!

This quarter we challenged the afternoon students to reach certain academic goals in order to achieve honor roll.  They had to complete a prescribed amount of work with a 90% average.  We told them the reward would be big – … Continue reading

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May Those Who Come Behind Us, Find Us Faithful

May Those Who Come Behind Us, Find Us Faithful My parents were an incredible pair of individuals.  My mom still is.  More on that in a minute.  My dad was the most intelligent, well-read, versatile individual I’ve ever met.  Yet, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to me.

Wow,  I can’t believe how long it’s been since I’ve blogged.  I guess that’s a testament to my busy life. Anyhow,  I want to share with you a very special day (that really was a three-day celebration). Birthdays are a big … Continue reading

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“The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself in love.” Galatians 5:6

By Sarah Hunnicutt This is the third time I’ve written this. I wanted so badly to capture the experience for each of you to read about; to speak of the effects just one week of service had on the entire … Continue reading

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It’s Never too Late to Grow, to Change, to Love, and to Serve

My friend (and editor of my newsletter), Julie Medina wrote this for the April newsletter and I thought I’d share it with you. Our trip to Roatan was filled with defining moments and one was to see the warmth of … Continue reading

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