Hyatt International Ministries
Taking Spiritual Awakening & Biblical Thinking to the Nations
with Drs. Eddie & Susan Hyatt & Friends
These courses are the first offerings of a full-fledged online Bible training institute called "The Global Institute of Biblical & Renewal Studies." We are making these video courses available free of charge so that anyone in any part of the world can receive a quality education in Bible & Christian History.
A manual has been created for each course that contains outlines and other helps. The manual can be purchased online as a hard copy to be mailed, or as an ebook in the PDF format that can be downloaded into your computer.
To get the most out of each course, I suggest that you acquire the manual and then take your own notes in the manual as you listen to the video teachings. By doing this, you will have a manual that incldues both my outlines and your notes, and you can then go out and teach others what you have learned.
We are able to make these video lessons available without charge because of those who give to support Hyatt International Ministries. We, therefore, invite you to prayerfully consider a gift of any size to Hyatt International Ministries to help us continue to feed the Lord's sheep and spread His word throughout the earth. Since PayPal is a safe and secure way to give, a PayPal button has been postitioned at the bottom of this page. Donations can also be sent to our mailing address in Grapevine, Texas. Gifts from within the U.S. are tax deductible.
This course is an in-depth study of revival movements from the day of Pentecost to the present time. Principals and patterns are observed, weaknesses and errors are identified, and lessons are drawn for application today. Emphasis is given to studying the people who were instrumental in these Awakenings. The student will come away from this course with a greater appreciation for the work of the Holy Spirit in history and a sharpened sense to discern what
God is doing in the Church today.
This course examines the basic doctrines of the Christian faith and challenges the student to “think Biblically” about all of life. Questions such as “Who is God?,” “Who is Christ?,” “Who is the Holy Spirit?,” “What is Church?,” and “What About the End?” are investigated in the light of Scripture and church history. The student will be challenged to think Biblically about what he/she believes and why. This course is designed to help the student develop a Christian worldview. As a result of taking this course, the student will experience a deepened faith
and a renewed desire to know God and His word
This course will examine both the historical setting and the text of the Pastoral Epistles which consist of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus. These letters were written by Paul during a second Roman imprisonment and just before his martyrdom. Themes include dealing with false teaching in the church, the role of women in the church, the criteria for leadership in the church,
stirring up Spiritual gifts, facing death for the cause of Christ, and so much more
This course is a survey of the New Testament, examining the major themes of each book and the historical and social context in which they came forth. This course will include information on how the various books of the New Testament came together to form the New Testament “canon.” There will also be a survey of hermeneutics, i.e., Biblical interpretation. Special attention will be given to
the life and message of Jesus and to the overriding themes in Paul’s epistles.