Hand of Hope in Germany

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Joyce Meyer Ministries Population: 80,996,685 - ranks 17th worldwide 
Literacy: nearly 100% 
Official Language: German 
Religion: Freedom of religion 
Geography: Area - 357,042 sq. km In the center of Europe. 

Book Translation

Sixty-seven of books by Joyce Meyer have been translated and printed in German. Over 700,000 have been distributed through television and outreaches. 

Disaster Relief

2013 -  Flooding in Germany caused whole areas in southern and eastern Germany to be under water for weeks.   Many cities had to be evacuated and thousands were left homeless, having lost everything they own. The 'Christian Children, Youth and Addiction Center' Life Teen Challenge,  located very close to the a river, fell victim to the flood. We were able by providing funds to replace many technical items as well as a much-needed, powerful water pump.

Foreign Office

Joyce Meyer Ministries operates an office in Germany, servicing the German-speaking population throughout Europe. 

Inner-City Outreach

Joyce Meyer Ministries/Hand of Hope partners with Stadtinsel ministering to children, youth and families suffering from poverty , abuse and juvenile crimes. Stadtinsel (Island in the City) is a place where they can draw new hope and strength, find acceptance, support and encouragement.

 International Conferences
  • 2011 - More than 11,500 people attended Joyce's conference in Hamburg, Germany; 630 souls saved.
  • 2007 - More than 15,000 people attended Joyce's 2-day conference in Essen, Germany; 768 souls saved. 
  • 2006 - Joyce ministered at the Women of the World Conference in Karlsruhe.
  • 2005 - Joyce hosted a sereis of 13 meetings, including leadership sessions in Dusseldorf and a conference in Karlsruhe. 

Leadership Training
Hand of Hope has partnered with John Maxwell's EQUIP leadership training ministry to conduct the Million Leaders Mandate, a global initiative striving to train at least one million leaders worldwide.

Television and Radio 

The Enjoying Everyday Life television broadcast is available in German in all areas of the country.


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