Wanda's desire and ability to minister God's word through song seems to have been placed inside of her since she was very young. During elementary school, Wanda exercised her faith in this area, singing not just in church but also in the public schools she attended.
Regardless of which audience, Wanda continued to sing about her faith. For example in 1986, during her teens, she was encouraged to participate in the local Miss. Puerto Rico Pageant. While she wavered in doing so because of the discouragement she received for her choice in singing the gospel song "Here I Am," Wanda went on to participate and won top honors. She continued to sing praises to God as she toured Pennsylvania, Washington D.C. and New Jersey as Miss Puerto Rico.
Wanda has been asked to minister at numerous churches along the east coast and as far away as the Dominican Republic. She has provided special music and inspirational concerts during the sacred worship hour and camp meetings. The mentally, physically, and socially challenged have all been blessed by Wanda's ministry. "I've never seen these residents be so attentive during a concert" stated a Chaplain from the Selinsgrove Center State Institution.
Wanda has ministered to both male and female inmates at various prisons. She often accompanies her husband, Greg as he shares the Love of Jesus within the walls of a federal penitentiary.
Greg and Wanda team up and offer advice through sermons, seminars, and personal counseling for pre and post marriages, blended families, manhood, womanhood, and reconciliation. They open their home to encourage the struggling and hurting or even for those who just want to "hang out" with the Hunters.
"Who would have thought that out of such a little (petite) woman, the sound projected from you would be so BIG" a fellow Christian commented to Wanda after one of her messages in music.
"I serve a Big God" Wanda Hunter responds.