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Reaching Europe with the Love of Christ

by Joyce Meyer Ministries

In June 2011, Joyce spent time in Poland, Germany, Albania and Bulgaria sharing a message of prayer, hope and encouragement. All based around Ephesians 1:17, Joyce's messages shared her prayer that each country would grow in the knowledge of God, understand who they are in Christ and the power available to them through the Holy Spirit. In addition to distributing books in each country's official language, Joyce also had specific messages of hope for each nation.

Warsaw, Poland

Although an overflow room was initially available, we couldn't keep people from flooding the room. The aisles were packed for both meetings on June 11. People showed up from all over the country to hear a message focused on the importance of having a relationship with God, not just practicing religion. Although predominately Catholic by tradition, many young people are hungry for a deeper relationship with God. Nearly half of the room responded to accept Christ as their Savior.

Hamburg, Germany

Unlike the other countries on the European tour, this was not Joyce's first time to Germany. But it was still a great event. On June 12, the venue was packed for both services, and thousands of people sat outside on the ground to watch a live stream of the conference. Every time we visit Germany, it seems the people are more on fire for the things of God.

Tirane, Albania

With few adult Christians in the country—most of whom are first-generation Christians—Albania is desperate for spiritual guidance and growth. Under communist reign, Albania was declared an atheist nation for 50 years. In the last 20 years, they've seen a major growth in the Muslim faith. Joyce's message on June 17 ignited passion in the hearts of the young believers. "I see a room full of possibilities. You, the believers in Jesus, are the hope of Albania. You are the hope of change in this nation," Joyce shared as the crowd erupted in celebration! Many of the people in attendance were not Christians and as a result we witnessed many give their hearts to the Lord.

Sofia, Bulgaria

It was the biggest indoor Christian meeting they'd ever seen. Not a seat was empty on June 18 as people filed along the aisles and on the floor and an overflow room was filled to capacity. In a country that has experienced many disappointments over the years, many expected the conference would never happen. We were even told it wasn't possible, but God had another plan! She encouraged the Christians of Bulgaria to unite and reach out to the hurting in their country.

During her final conference of the European tour Joyce shared, "At one time Europe was alive with the Word of God. Then it was dark for many years, but one by one, the lights are starting to turn back on!" We're honored to be part of reaching out to those in Europe, sharing the Word of God through books, TV and radio and can't wait to see how God continues to spread His light throughout these countries.

Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.