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Joyce Meyer Ministries

Population: 903,207 - ranks 161st worldwide 
Literacy: 92.9%
Official Language: English; Hindustani and Bau Fijian commonly used
Religion: Freedom of religion
Geography: Area - 18,274 sq. km. Two larger and 110 smaller inhabited islands, both volcanic and coralline.

Book Translation

Two of Joyce's books have been translated and published in Fijian; 5,000 copies have been given away through outreaches.

Disaster Relief
  • 2016: Hand of Hope provided food, water and clothing after cyclone Winston caused widespread damage.
  • 2012: The island nation of Fiji, was battered by a cyclone resulting in flooding and major destruction to the area. Hand of Hope partnered with Citipointe Church in Brisbane to help feed children who were going to school without food as a result of the cyclone.


Partnership

Hand of Hope partnered with Don Clowers Ministry to hold pastors conferences, evangelistic crusades and leadership seminars within Fiji.  David Meyer spoke at a pastors conference in Fiji hosted by Victory Church of Pevely, Missouri. 

Prisons

2005: The prison team visited 14 prisons in Fiji, distributing 1,150 hygiene bags including one of Joyce's books. 

Television and Radio

Joyce's Enjoying Everyday Life television shows are available in English in select areas of Fiji, and previously aired on radio.  

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