Good morning Mr. Deal, On Friday I attended your talk to our middle school. I would like to thank you for coming to speak with us. I believe in the three rules you gave us, (read the Bible, listen to your parents and choose your friends) and I also believe many children have been told these rules in several ways by their parents, teachers or even counselors. But many children put these rules aside and believe that they don’t need to follow these rules because “They know what they’re doing.” I believe being shared these rules by someone who “Did it all, and regretted it all” really made an impact. I know a couple of teenagers who were heading down the wrong track and really needed someone to stop them in their tracks, although many people tried to do so, they carried on going, I feel that you may have finally been the one to get them to realize what road they were heading down by telling them the same rules but from a different perspective. I saw many faces of realization as something from your talk resonated with other students and with that, I know that you have […]
I found Mr. Deal presentation very interesting. What he told us about his background and his personal life, I found it really touching. I know that the other students really love his presentation as well, because of the outcome they gave him. I hope that he could visit us again
I heard Mr. Deal 15 years ago when I was a student at the Bimini All Age School, his presentation had impacted me a lot and helped steered me in the right path. During that time I was the one who use to be bullied a lot in school, but Mr. Deal presentation helped me to walk away from certain stuff, because not everything I had to jump at. His presentation motivated me to walk into what God has called me to be. So seeing he today brought back a lot of memories, and it makes me think what my life could’ve been if I hadn’t listen? But through listening to him I was able to accomplish much in life, and I thank God for the brother and to be able to see him again. May God bless the brother and may he continue to keep up the good work.