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In its first weeks of release, Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits, the latest release by bestselling author and world renowned Bible teacher, Joyce Meyer, has debuted at #8 on the New York Times hardcover advice books bestseller list.
The St. Louis Business Journal has recognized Joyce Meyer Ministries as one of the "Best Places to Work" for 2013.
Miami residents will come together this Saturday, March 2nd, for HopeJAM, an event that aims to reach the citizens of Miami Gardens.
Joyce Meyer Ministries CEO Daniel Meyer is recognized as one of St. Louis's top 40 leaders for 2013.
Several prominent NFL players, including Tim Jennings, will join Chicago residents this Saturday, December 15, for an event that aims to reach an impoverished area in Chicago.
Local families in North St. Louis will come this Thursday, November 15th, to receive a Thanksgiving basket, complete with all the ingredients to make a Thanksgiving meal.
Joyce Meyer Ministries, through its Hand of Hope missions arm, has partnered with Convoy of Hope, DRADT and the New York Dream Center to bring immediate short-term assistance and aid to the many families and individuals devastated by Hurricane Sandy, which has ravaged much of the east coast.
A 30th anniversary conference. Three million likes on Facebook. A New York Times bestselling book. And a free concert to benefit the city of St. Louis. This was a weekend of milestones for Joyce Meyer Ministries.
27,000 women from around the world will gather together at the Edward Jones Dome in Downtown St. Louis this weekend for Joyce Meyer Ministries' 30th Annual Women's Conference.
Thousands of women will gather together at the Edward Jones Dome in Downtown St. Louis this September for Joyce Meyer Ministries' 30th Annual Women's Conference.
Detroit residents will come together this Saturday, August 18th, for an event called Together We are Better that aims to provide basic necessities to the people of Detroit.
The St. Louis Dream Center will provide backpacks and school supplies with SLPS registration.
Thousands of Tulsa residents will come together this Saturday, June 9th, for an event called "Together We're Better," that aims to unify the culturally diverse city.
Several prominent NFL players will join thousands of Louisianan residents this Saturday, May 26th, for an event that aims to reach the inner city of New Orleans' Whitney neighborhood, an area devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Expectant residents of Joplin, MO will gather tomorrow, May 22nd, on the anniversary of the tornado that swept through the city, and one local homeowner will be given the keys to her newly constructed disaster-resistant home.
The St. Louis Business Journal has recognized Joyce Meyer Ministries as one of the "Best Places to Work" for 2012.
Internationally renowned Bible teacher and New York Times Bestselling author Joyce Meyer has teamed up with YouVersion to provide her timeless daily devotions specifically for mobile platforms.
Throughout 2010, Joyce Meyer Ministries, through its Hand of Hope world missions group, continued its mission to make a life-changing difference for impoverished children, families and others around the world through global feeding programs, children's homes, disaster relief, prison ministry, inner-city outreach, rescue shelters and other humanitarian aid.
Joyce Meyer Ministries is pleased to receive further testament and confirmation to its long-standing commitment to financial transparency and integrity as evidenced through today's investigation report release by the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.
The St. Louis Dream Center will help spread Christmas cheer to 50 St. Louis families through its 2010 "Adopt A Block Adopts A Family" holiday initiative.
Impacting the lives of countless thousands through meals, mentoring and ministry, on Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 10 am, the St. Louis Dream Center will culminate a weekend of festivities as it celebrate its 10-year anniversary.
Joyce Meyer Ministries, through its Hand of Hope prison outreach ministry, reached a prominent milestone in its history with the distribution of its two millionth prison gift bag.
The St. Louis Dream Center will host St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, Department of Human Services Director William Siedhoff and other local officials for a press conference to announce the citywide kickoff of the 2010 summer meal program.
An enthusiastic crowd of more than 150 youth athletes, representing multiple teams throughout the city, will descend on the Russell Training Center to participate in a citywide flag football tournament event sponsored by DC Sports, an outreach program of the St. Louis Dream Center.
In only its first week of release, Eat the Cookie...Buy the Shoes, the latest offering by bestselling author and world renowned Bible teacher Joyce Meyer, has debuted at # 7 on the New York Times hardcover advice books bestseller list.
Joyce Meyer Ministries, through its Hand of Hope missions group, has partnered with the Haiti-based Christian humanitarian organization Love A Child to help bring immediate short-term assistance, relief and aid to the earthquake victims in Haiti.