Rev. Hunt holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Ministry from United Christian College and a Master of Divinity from Andersonville Theological Seminary. He is the father of three children, Andrew (IV), Andrea, and Brandon and is the husband of one wife, Sandra Hunt, for over 40 years. After a distinguished career in upper middle management, Rev. Hunt in 1987 became the business administrator for the largest Disciple of Christ church in Indiana and rose to the rank of Chief Financial Officer. During that time, he wrote grants totaling 5.5 million dollars which built a 50 apartment elderly housing complex, and also started a juvenile delinquency ministry which serves over 400 families annually. In 1999, Rev. Hunt founded the Body of Christ Community Church. A church whose purpose it was to help the entire Body of Christ as a multi-cultural church. That same year, Rev. Hunt and Ken Snyder co-founded New Hope Great Banquet, a spiritual retreat weekend whose purpose is to introduce people to Christ and renew their relationship with Christ. This particular renewal weekend has the added goal of promoting racial reconciliation throughout the state of Indiana. Over 2200 people have gone through a New Hope weekend and gained life-changing results. In 2005, Rev. Hunt co-founded Abba Family Reunion an interdenominational, interracial, summer celebration, which was first, held in Mooresville, Indiana. The event drew over 600 Christians from all racial backgrounds. Gov. Mitch Daniels, as well as former Mayor Bart Peterson, have recognized this celebration as an event that all Hoosiers can celebrate. Rev Hunt became the Senior Pastor of New Life Community church in 2005.