April 9, 2013
- New release focuses on the importance of creating positive, life-changing habits
- 13th book release by Joyce Meyer hit the New York Times bestseller list
- Authoring more than 90 titles, Joyce Meyer’s books have been translated into over 100 languages
In its first weeks of release, Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits, by bestselling author and world renowned Bible teacher, Joyce Meyer, has debuted at #8 on the New York Times hardcover advice books bestseller list. Published by FaithWords, a division of Hachette Book Group, this is Joyce’s 98th book.
In her no-nonsense approach, Joyce Meyer teaches the importance of our habits in our daily lives. She explains how to develop good habits like eating right and exercising, being decisive and thinking positively even in tough situations. No matter what bad habit you may have formed in your life, it’s never too late to make a change.
With a topic that is relevant for all ages, Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits provides practical steps you can take in order to see change happen in your own life. Don’t get overwhelmed with all the things you need to do differently. Instead, take one thing at a time, one day at a time. Joyce encourages people to “celebrate every day of success, and when you make a mistake, shake off the disappointment and keep going forward.”
In conjunction with this book release, readers are encouraged to participate in the “Make 1, Break 1 Challenge.” This is an online community challenge designed to inspire readers along their journey to creating new habits. “I’ve been working on this for 30 years,” says Joyce. “I am passionate about sharing the lessons I’ve learned about changing my own habits with others.” For more information, see www.joycemeyer.org/habits
Joyce Meyer has written over 90 books. Popular titles include Battlefield of the Mind, Power Thoughts, The Confident Woman and Change Your Words, Change Your Life.
About Joyce Meyer Ministries
Joyce Meyer Ministries (JMM) is an international nonprofit organization that focuses on reaching people through media with a potential audience of 4.5 billion people. Impacting lives around the world, through its outreach arm, Hand of Hope, JMM provides life-changing global humanitarian and missions relief. In 2012, JMM provided more than 29.9 million meals supporting feeding centers in 35 countries and free medical care to over 245,000 people in multiple remote areas. JMM also operates 39 children's homes globally and provides a host of other disaster, missions and humanitarian aid. JMM also operates the Dream Center, an inner-city church and outreach center in North St. Louis.