Women Helping Women In the Church

Sept. 21, 2013 Susan Hunt speaking at Women Helping Women In the Church

Susan has decades of experience in local church women's ministry. She will address a variety of issues from what a culture of caring in the church looks like to how to be a preventative ministry that equips women to handle crisis to how you can assist the male leadership in your church minister more effectively to women.


Susan Hunt: I'm Susan Hunt, and I want to welcome you to this seminar, "Women Helping Women in the Church." We'll have a pretty narrow focus of how we actually use the women's ministry in our churches as a vehicle to help women. Thank you for being here. Thank you for your interest in this topic. Let me just open up in prayer.

Father in heaven, I thank You so much that You care for us. Thank You that You have brought us together right now at this time to consider how You would have us to serve You as women in Your church. Lord, I pray Your blessing upon this time and that You will do even more than we could ask or imagine. In the name and to the glory of Jesus.

Now before we get started, let me just tell you we're going to be downloading a …



About the Speaker

Susan Hunt

Susan Hunt

Susan Hunt is the widow of Gene Hunt, the mother of three, and the grandmother of thirteen. She is the former coordinator of women’s ministry for the Presbyterian Church in America and has written several books for women including Life-Giving Leadership, co-authored with Karen Hodge, and Aging with Grace: Flourishing in an Anti-Aging Culture, co-authored with Sharon Betters. She loves time with her family, sitting on her porch with younger women, and tending the flowers her grandsons help her plant in her yard.