About The Founder
Dr. Susan Stubbs Hyatt (b. 1946) is a church research historian, Bible scholar, ordained minister (1983) and life-long, professional educator. A Canadian by birth and citizenship, she was awarded the Governor Generals Medal, the highest award given to outstanding High School Graduate (1964), and she went on to graduate with honors from the University of New Brunswick Teachers College (1966) in Fredericton, New Brunswick. In college, she fellowshipped with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and attended IVCF’s Urbana Missionary Conference at the University of Illinois in 1967, 1970, and 1973. While teaching, she sponsored IVCF groups and taught the Bible.
After several years of teaching public school and college in New Brunswick, she graduated from Christ for the Nations Institute (1976) and summa cum laude from Southwestern Assemblies of God University (1987) in Northeast Texas. She earned two M.A.s with honors from the Oral Roberts University Graduate School of Theology and Missions, one in Historical/Theological Studies with emphasis in Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies (1989); the other, in Biblical Studies (1994). She did a year of post-graduate studies at the Center for Advanced Theological Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary (1994-95) and has an earned Doctor of Ministry degree from the School of Divinity at Regent University (2000). Dr. Hyatt is the recipient of many academic awards, such as WHO’S WHO Among Students, the National Religion and Philosophy Award, National Dean’s Honor’s List, Academic All American, and Delta Epsilon Chi (Honor Society of the American Association of Bible Colleges).
For almost 20 years, Susan served as a ghost-writer for Pentecostal/Charismatic ministers known for their global impact. She now focuses with her husband, Dr. Eddie L. Hyatt, mainly as a visionary administrator of three inter-related teaching organizations.
She is a published author. Some of her works include: Where Are My Susannas?, 10 Things Jesus Taught about Women, Who’s the Boss?, In the Spirit We’re Equal, The Nature of Biblical Unity, Thinking Biblically, and The Spirit, The Bible, and Women. These works, as well as her doctoral dissertation from Regent University (2000): A Biblical Theology of Womanhood for Spirit-Oriented Believers, are available in various formats.
She was also commissioned by Thomas Nelson Publishers to write the chapter “Spirit-Filled Women” in their benchmark publication, The Century of the Holy Spirit, edited by Dr. Vinson Synan, preeminent Pentecostal/Charismatic historian and Dean Emeritus of Regent University School of Divinity.
At the invitation of the French Community of the Belgium Government, she represented Pentecostal-Charismatic women of North America at the Women in Religion Colloquium in Brussels (2001).
She contributed "Women in Ministry" to the Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization published by Blackwell (Oxford and Boston) in 2008 and to the Revival Bible edited by Winkey Pratney.
As an advocate for Biblical equality, she is the founding coordinator of the Int’l Christian Women’s Hall of Fame & History Project (www.icwhp.org), a multifaceted undertaking that equips women to be change agents in society and the Christian community by honoring women of the past and present, and by providing interactive education, strategic resources, significant relationships, leadership training, and ministry opportunities.
In the summer, 2011, she accepted an invitation from the founders of God’s Word to Women, Inc. (est. 1998) to assume responsibility for the organization (www.godswordtowomen.org). As a result, with the help of a new executive board of directors and advisors, she has merged GWTW with ICWHP and the Int’l Christian Women’s Hall of Fame.
Eddie & Susan and Friends have launched GWTW-TV, based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex (Grapevine), TX. They have also launched God's Word to the World TV program, that airs on Channel 99/Cable in Paris, TX.
She is establishing GWTW College www.icwhp.org/cws.html and www.icwhp.org/courses.html
Susan is also founding director of the Christian Historical Society of Canada, Inc. (www.ChristianHistoricalSociety.ca).
She and Eddie have ministered internationally in many nations of the world. Married in 1976, they are equal partners in marriage and ministry (www.eddiehyatt.com).
Dr. Sue Hyatt and Dr. Eddie Hyatt are available to teach and minister individually and as a team.
They minister on a love offering basis and are willing to book your ministry, large or small, in conjunction with other ministry opportunities in your area to help cover travel expenses.