Susan is the Women’s Ministry Consultant for CEP. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and Columbia Theological Seminary. She has authored numerous books and travels extensively speaking to various women’s groups. Her desire to help women have a heart for each other, for the church, and for the Reformed faith is unparalleled. Some of Susan's many books include: Spiritual Mothering, By Design, True Woman, Heirs of the Covenant, the Biblical Foundations for Womanhood Bible Study series, and the new 3-year Bible study series for teen girls.
The Titus mandate was given to the pastor of the church. Paul instructed Titus to equip older women in the congregation for the ministry of training younger women. This discipleship is to take place within the context of sound doctrine and under ecclesiastical authority. The commitment, oversight and protection of church leadership are biblical and essential.
This three-year discipleship curriculum for teen girls teaches foundational principles of biblical womanhood—and so much more. It's distinguishing characteristic is an emphasis on seeing all of Scripture and all of life from a gospel perspective.
This series of books is a proven starting point for building a women’s ministry that’s driven by more than just events, projects, or personalities. It is a foundation for a women’s ministry driven by the Word of God. Each of the five books is practical, proven, and biblically based. And a separate Leader’s Guide is available for each title to help make the study a meaningful experience for every woman in your church.
In 1997 we produced a Resource Letter that we called WIC 101. This Resource Letter is WIC 201. There is nothing new here. That is not an apology. Actually, it is a celebration because we are grateful that God graciously led us step by step and protected us along the way so that we don’t have to undo what we have done. WIC 201 is just the next step in the process.
WIC 101 is a primer on women's ministry written by Susan Hunt in 1997. It revisits the foundations of women's ministry in the PCA using a Q & A format with Charles Dunahoo and Georgia Settle (the first WIC Consultant for the PCA). It also presents the philosophy, ministry map and curriculum for women's ministry in the PCA.