Moving across town is hard enough, but moving halfway across the world is a different story.
Haggai leader Susan Etchu Ayuk recently relocated her family to Maryland after spending nearly her entire life in Cameroon. She moved to the United States in order to continue carrying out the Great Commission and to begin the Leaders World Institute, which trains and equips leaders to excel in the marketplace.
“The training I got at Haggai Institute has given me the confidence, direction, clarity, and drive I needed to fulfill my life’s mission,” says Susan. “Haggai is the inspiration behind the Leaders World Institute!”Susan attended the Haggai Leader Experience in Thailand in 2006. Her work and ministry since then has been all about spreading the Haggai method and using her training to empower people to be their absolute best.
“The training was so entirely life-transforming to me,” says Susan. “It was like all the scales falling off from all the right places at the same time!”
Until she relocated in early 2016, Susan worked in the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and the Family-Meme Division as an administrative officer. She served 210,000 women and built her ministry with them on integrity and excellence.
Susan has taught at leadership seminars, women’s conferences, youth movements, marriage seminars, and singles seminars, training upwards of 15,000 people. She has also authored three books and has released a Gospel music album.
Additionally, Susan was declared best National Haggai faculty three consecutive times and earned a recommendation from Dr. Shu Daniel, the then-regional director of Haggai in Francophone West Africa, to attend Haggai’s international training in Thailand in 2014.
Before she moved, Haggai leaders in Cameroon would gather at Susan’s house, and she continues to attend meetings whenever she visits Cameroon.
“The Haggai leaders’ combined efforts have always been towards organizing seminars for the training of more leaders,” says Susan. “These Haggai leaders give sacrificially for the trainings and also participate in activities to ensure that Haggai initiatives take steam nation-wide.”
Susan hopes that through her work “millions of people [will] be empowered and transformed to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives.”