Reaching St. Louis After New Year's Eve Tornadoes
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Reaching St. Louis After New Year's Eve Tornadoes


After nine tornadoes touched down in and around St. Louis on New Year's Eve, our team began praying and pulling resources together to help those affected.

The St. Louis Dream Center, a church and ministry center founded by Dave and Joyce Meyer in 2000, began working with Service International, a disaster relief organization Hand of Hope, Joyce Meyer Ministries World Missions, partners with on a continual basis, to remove debris and work with people like Sue and Roy in the Sunset Hills area.

This elderly couple, who are in their 90s, were unable to get to their basement, but thankfully survived the storm. Right before the winds tore off their roof Sue (pictured above) threw herself on top of her wheelchair-bound husband to protect him from harm. Not only did volunteers help clear debris, they also helped them find her prized possessions and his World War II keepsakes.

Hundreds of Volunteers Pitch In

On Saturday, January 1, 132 volunteers showed up to help remove debris from the 22 homes that were damaged. On Sunday and Monday, relief efforts continued as a total of 128 volunteers returned to the neighborhood to assist with the cleanup efforts.

Joyce Meyer Ministries and the St. Louis Dream Center will continue to work with Service International to provide relief to our neighbors in this great time of need. Sunset Hills is a mere 15 minutes from our ministry headquarters in Fenton.

We Need Your Support
Whether it's an earthquake in Haiti, flooding in Pakistan or tornadoes right down the street, our desire is to help as many people as we possibly can in their time of need. And we need you to give so we can help even more.

Prayerfully consider making a donation to help support our disaster relief efforts. Your donations and continued prayers help us reach out immediately after disaster strikes.


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.