August 28, 2008


David Wessler
JMM Germany Director
We received this testimony in our office recently. We thought it would be a blessing to you to see what God is doing in Germany.
I became aware of Joyce Meyer Ministries through an article in a Christian magazine. After that I ordered one of the books. I received much encouragement as well as the confirming scriptures which led me to make an important decision for my life. I took courage and ran as a candidate for the position of the mayor of our community. I won this election.
The situation of our political community is extremely difficult. I’m a newcomer without much experience facing a big challenge. My whole life is changing with this step.
This is why I am asking for your prayers that I receive strength and wisdom and that God will bring a positive change into our town in every respect and that all obstacles will be removed. Thank you so much for the opportunity to receive prayer from your ministry.
I wish you God’s blessing and love.
Bernd H.

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August 15, 2008


David L. Meyer

As I visited this trash dump site in East London, South Africa my heart was once again broken by the unspeakable level of poverty that I saw. This man spends hours collecting trash that will net him very little money. However, he does it to survive. Sickness, disease and hunger are rampant here. The good news is we launched a new feeding program here in this dump in partnership with Umthombo, a ministry that helps alleviate the pain and hunger of street children. By God’s grace, we won’t have to see the next generation live in this poverty and hopelessness.

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August 12, 2008


Ron Martin

JMM South Africa Director

We conduct a monthly outreach at Shanke High School, where the headmaster is very accommodating. Hans and Petra Roos, who are with the JMM office in South Africa, speak to the 833 students. They focus on topics like alcohol and drug abuse, immorality and general life skills, as well as the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Joyce’s book “Tell Them I Love Them” was given to the students. They also play a DVD; the topics include the hope of a second chance and encouraging them to live out certain values. We believe that the seed we sow into these young people’s lives will produce a large harvest for the Lord!

August 01, 2008


Tom McKaskill

JMM Australia Director

We have just completed prison outreaches on both the North and South Islands of New Zealand where we visited twenty prisons and gave out a total of 9,045 hygiene bags to the inmates. We saw many of the inmates reading books that we gave them from Joyce. The gratitude from the inmates and the wardens was incredible. We were treated to a full Maori song and dance routine by the inmates, which the leader stated was to honor Dave, Joyce and us for thinking of them. The prison manager told us that this has never been done to this extent before and he was totally surprised. What a privilege it is to be able to visit these souls and show them the love of God and offer them the freedom that only Jesus can give!

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