Enjoying Everyday Life

Enjoying Everyday Life

Joyce Meyer

The Anchor of Hope - Part 3

July 3, 2024

A 15-minute teaching applying practical principles from God's Word to everyday life.

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About Enjoying Everyday Life

Joyce Meyer Ministries is a Christian non-profit organization based in Fenton, Missouri. We employ more than 500 people in 10 offices around the world, including approximately 400 in our world headquarters. We are financially supported by contributions from friends and partners of the ministry.

We have a God-ordained mandate to impact the world.

We are called to present the Gospel to the lost, disciple nations, feed the hungry, clothe the poor, minister to the elderly, widows and orphans and reach out to people of all ages and in all walks of life.

God requires that we teach people how to apply biblical truth in every facet of their lives and encourage Christians to influence every aspect of the world around them.

With the prayers and support of our friends and partners around the world, we present a creative and relevant message of Christ and His love for people worldwide using the most powerful forms of media and communications available, as well as the development and distribution of practical teaching resources.

We provide global humanitarian aid to hurting people and teach Christians and non-Christians alike how to enjoy everyday life by applying biblical principles in all they do.

About Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer is one of the world's leading practical Bible teachers. A New York Times bestselling author, Joyce’s books have helped millions of people find hope and restoration through Jesus Christ.

Through Joyce Meyer Ministries, she teaches on a number of topics with a particular focus on how the Word of God applies to our everyday lives. Her candid communication style allows her to share openly and practically about her experiences, and helps others understand how to apply biblical principles to their own lives.

Millions of people worldwide get Joyce’s program, Enjoying Everyday Life, through television, radio, and online medial outlets. Joyce has authored 130 books, which have been translated into 149 languages. More than 36 million of her books have been distributed free of charge around the world, and each year millions of copies are sold.

A survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Joyce discovered how to overcome the pain of her past and have a life filled with real love, hope, peace and joy by applying His Word to her life, and she desires to help others do the same. God has provided Joyce with the opportunity to share Christ and love people worldwide, and for more than 35 years, her annual Love Life Women's Conference has drawn hundreds of thousands from all over the world for a life-changing weekend with Joyce, her special guest speakers, and award-winning worship artists. Joyce teaches thousands more each year at conferences throughout the United States, in addition to domestic and international speaking and outreach opportunities.

Joyce’s passion to help hurting people is foundational to the vision of Hand of Hope, the missions arm of Joyce Meyer MinistriesHand of Hope provides worldwide humanitarian outreaches, such as feeding programs, medical care, orphanages, and disaster-relief efforts. Joyce also established Project GRL, an initiative birthed out of her heart to give women and girls who are marginalized by society or their circumstances a chance to become all God has created them to be. These outreaches guide, restore and love them, helping them discover their true destiny in Christ.

In her home city of St. Louis, Missouri, Joyce and her husband, Dave, founded the St. Louis Dream Center in 2000. The Dream Center serves the inner city of St. Louis through practical programs and outreaches that care for hurting people and families in need.