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God is in the details!

It’s hard to believe this is our  5th year of Camp Primo! Here are the campers- ready to go for Camp Primo 2012:
IMAG0794 by cindy.hunnicutt

Here are a few highlights:

Bible Time: I Can Do Important Things for God

We looked at the story of Miriam and baby Moses and talked all throughout camp about how we can choose to be obedient to God and do important things for Him. The kids could have colored and created all day long!

Fort Mountain State Park Hiking Adventure

Boating…and more!

Archery practice with our handmade bows and arrows:

Click this link for all the photos!

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It’s hard to believe this is our  5th year of Camp Primo! Here are the campers- ready to go for Camp Primo 2012:
IMAG0794 by cindy.hunnicutt

Here are a few highlights:

Bible Time: I Can Do Important Things for God

We looked at the story of Miriam and baby Moses and talked all throughout camp about how we can choose to be obedient to God and do important things for Him. The kids could have colored and created all day long!

Fort Mountain State Park Hiking Adventure

Boating…and more!

Archery practice with our handmade bows and arrows:

Click this link for all the photos!

Seasons Greetings!

The Hunnicutt Holiday Herald 2010 edition has finally arrived! Click on the link for all the news: Hunnicutt Holiday Herald 2010

Every Friday afternoon/evening, we evangelize and disciple kids in kindergarten through 4th grade (Kids Club) or middle/high schoolers (Mealtime.) The vast majority of the kids are Mexican immigrants. For the last several weeks, we’ve been looking at Jonah and his choices to obey and/or disobey God.

At Mealtime this past Friday, as I introduced our topic, one 6th grade boy raised his hand and asked if Jonah was a king. “No he wasn’t,” I responded.

At the conclusion of the Bible Study, same boy raised his hand and said, “That story  sounded just like Pinocchio and his dad!”

Like I said, It’s why we do what we do!!

Happy Birthday, Jason!

30 years ago! Whew…it’s a lifetime ago, yet it’s been kind of quick too!

Here’s Jason on his 1st birthday in 1981.Even in hand-me-downs, he’s a cutie-pie, isn’t he?

It’s so interesting to look at a baby and not even begin to guess what God has put in that child: talents, personality, skills, potential. But one thing we know about Jason 30 years later is that God filled him to the brim: he’s artsy, musical, creative, a problem-solver, funny and kind. Not to mention he’s a faithful husband, dedicated dad, God-lover, obedient Christ-follower, loving son and hard worker. 

Happy Birthday Jason! I love you!! You’re the best!

It was a good day!

Let me think about today….

4 point nutritional breakfast

didn’t take the time to exercise this morning because traffic has been SO bad and I didn’t want to cut it close for a 9 am meeting (now is that a lame excuse for not exercising or what??)     it did take 50 minutes to get to church though

meeting; lots of details, good plans for important ministry ventures

prayed for lots of hurting people     

11 point (yikes!) totally high fat lunch     it did fill me up though

3 or four mini-meetings in the afternoon      not much else accomplished

hurried out of the office to get to Jason’s 30th birthday dinner!!        left my phone on my desk….oh, brother

ate with the family at The Union Restaurant      yummy, eclectic, good service      i had “thin beans,” delicioso creamed corn, buttered broccolini, roasted fingerling potatoes      hmmm…estimating a 6-8 point meal

jason opened birthday presents as we (actually, the fam minus me!) feasted on cappucino ice cream and homemade donuts for his “Birthday cake”

had fun with the kids      asa looked like he was 3 with his new haircut….he’s 5 days short of 2!     lydia and nora are just in love with each other and it’s a joy to watch them having so much fun together     all three kids had spaghetti which added entertainment value to our meal!

came home to catch up on e-mails and record today’s meals     3 points over so i’ll use 3 weekly points as a bonus for celebrating jason’s 30th!

america’s got talent…..final 4….finally!

nite!

Fairy Balls

Buford Highway, a suburban mecca 30-40 years in Atlanta, GA is now an international mecca of culture, language, food and custom. Situated in the middle of  “DeKalb International Village,” a person can spend all day sampling food, shopping in unusual and interesting international stores while hearing language and steeping in culture from around the world. Recently, I was in the area on a mini-mission trip with some of our 4th and 5th graders from church and ran across this cute little gem:

otherwise know as Fairy Balls!

Fairy Balls

For 99 cents, I snagged several packs of “Seven Color Crystal Ball” at an Asian market shop. For those of you are into this kind of thing, here are the directions for use:

1. add water (400 g) on the product, about 4 hours it will grow up

2. one clear beauty satiety face will grow up

3. when the flower want to oxygen and nutrition I will help you too much

Clear as a Seven Color Crystal Ball? Or maybe clear as mud! Who writes this stuff? Someone who learned English from a book, I guess. We got a good laugh out of the instructions. But immediately I thought this would be a fun little project for Nora and Lydia. They spent the night with us and I told them we were going to make “Fairy Balls.” Initially, they were less than impressed. All we did was take the label off a water bottle, pour in the tiny package of Seven Color Crystal Balls, filled it with water, capped it and set the bottles on the kitchen counter over night. But the next morning…well…look at the results:

They loved it! It was magical.