Women's Ministry in the Local Church

Sept. 21, 2012 Susan Hunt

Is your women's ministry Word-driven or task-driven? What are the biblical foundations for a women's ministry? How does a church obey the Titus 2 mandate for women to disciple women? This seminar will give resources and practical ideas to answer these questions


Susan Hunt: Thank you for being here. Thank you for being concerned about this topic, Women's Ministry in the Local Church. This is how, through the vehicle of a women's ministry, that we can take what we're learning here back to the women in our churches.

Let's go to the Lord in prayer before we begin.

Father in heaven, I thank You for each woman here. I thank You for her concern to disciple the women in her particular church. Father, when we come to something like this, and it's just so wonderful, and it's just so wonderful to be here, but it's taking it back into our own churches that really matters.

And I pray that in some way the things we discuss today will be of help to us as we serve You in Your Church, as we love You by loving Your Church and by loving Your …

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.