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Joyce Meyer Ministries Launches Project GRL

by Joyce Meyer Ministries - posted March 23, 2017

(Fenton, Mo): Joyce Meyer Ministries is please to announce its brand new campaign--Project GRL--a worldwide initiative designed to Guide, Restore and Love women and girls suffering from social and political injustice, marginalization, neglect, and abuse.

“Through Project GRL, we can do more than we have ever done before,” says New York Times bestselling author and Bible teacher Joyce Meyer. “We are going to show women of all ages how much God loves them through word and deed. Regardless of their circumstances, women need to know that God created them to be a girl on purpose, and He is willing to heal, restore, and empower them because He loves them so much!”

According to current UN statistics, women make up more than half of the world’s population, but are far more impacted than men by poverty, food and water shortage, and violent crime. Throughout the world, more than 62 million girls are denied education.1 Women and girls account for 80% of human trafficking victims, 2 and women and girls spend nearly 200 million hours walking for water everyday.3

Project GRL will broaden the awareness of these injustices and encourage participation in life changing outreach efforts, including education initiatives, feeding and fresh water programs, human trafficking intervention and prevention, and much more. At the core of it all is Joyce’s passion and commitment for sharing the love of Christ and empowering women and girls of all ages to heal, find freedom to dream again, discover their unique voices, and help to change the world.

“This fight is especially near to Joyce’s heart,” says Ginger Stache, Chief Media Officer for Joyce Meyer Ministries. “Because of the sexual and emotional abuse she experienced, Joyce has great empathy for women who are mistreated in any way. God has healed her shattered soul, and she wants the same for girls everywhere who are dealing with unimaginable circumstances.”

To schedule an interview, contact Lori Potter at LPotter@joycemeyer.org or 860-287-6764.

To learn more about Project GRL, visit us online at joycemeyer.org/ProjectGRL

1. un.org (United Nations) 2. unodc.org (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime) 3. unwater.org





About Joyce Meyer Ministries

Joyce Meyer Ministries (JMM) is an international nonprofit organization headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri focused on reaching people worldwide through media, with a potential audience of 4.5 billion people. The ministry’s outreach arm, Hand of Hope, provides global humanitarian relief. To date, more than 1.9 million people have been cared for through medical and dental outreaches. In 2016, JMM provided more than 28.7 million meals through feeding centers in 30 countries, and free medical care to over 177,000 people in multiple remote areas, among a host of other life-changing initiatives. Locally, JMM operates the St. Louis Dream Center; an inner-city church and outreach center committed to improving the quality of life for thousands of disenfranchised children and families in North St. Louis neighborhoods. For more information, please visit www.joycemeyer.org