Educators

May 10, 2018

Mr. Ivan Butler Principal of Eight Mile Rock High School, Grand Bahama the Bahamas

“Today was very special for us, as we welcome Mr. Drexel Deal. Mr. Deal testimony was not only an inspiration to our students, but it was a much needed message for many of our young boys. We’ve had many incidents of boys who are drop out, who are from fatherless homes and we truly appreciate his message. We have his books, and we will make it a part of our reading for our school. So, we are very please and bless to have had him with us today.”
May 10, 2018

Ms. Yvonne Neymour Principal at Behring Point Primary, Central Andros Bahamas

We enjoyed the presentation by Mr. Deal. The words he shared were very enlightening, and we thank God for allowing such a thing to happen. The Bible says, “Whatever the Devil meant for bad God will turn it around for His good.” So God is using this opportunity and He’s using Mr. Deal as a servant to encourage other children and our youth. To not be bullies, and not to bully others, and the most important thing is to listen to parents
May 10, 2018

Mrs. Esther Thompson, Senior Mistress at High Rock Primary School, South Andros, Bahamas

“This afternoon presentation was very well received by the students. It was down to their level in ways they can understand. It can also help them to make those positive choices in their lives. I like the two key words that Mr. Deal used, listen and obey: and they were reinforce throughout. If the students of High Rock Primary School listen and obey, they’re not only going to be better citizens in their community but in the entire world as well. Thank you for coming to South Andros, we appreciate you.”
May 10, 2018

rs. Tanya McPhee-Pinder Principal of Governors Harbor Primary School, Eleuthera, the Bahamas

The presentation by Mr. Deal was very informative, and right down to earth children of all ages would’ve appreciated it. I saw my grade ones listening up because it was very locale to them, in that these are things they experience daily. They deal with bullies, and they also deal with the fact they don’t listen to their parents and their teachers. I think Mr. Deal really drove home the point about listening. When I did the time for learning at the end of his presentation, one of the scriptures a student gave was: ‘A warning is better than fine gold.’ So, they seem to get the point, and I thank you for coming.”