Joyce Meyer Biography
Joyce Meyer born Pauline Joyce Hutchison, is a Charismatic Christian author and speaker and president of Joyce Meyer Ministries. She was born on June 4, 1943 in south St. Louis.
Meyer was a member of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in St. Louis, a congregation of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. She began leading an early-morning Bible class at a local cafeteria and became active in Life Christian Center, a charismatic church in Fenton. Within a few years, Meyer was the church’s associate pastor. The church became one of the leading charismatic churches in the area, largely because of her popularity as a Bible teacher. She also began airing a daily 15-minute radio broadcast on a St. Louis radio station.
In 1985, Meyer resigned as associate pastor and founded her own ministry, initially called “Life in the Word.” She began airing her radio show on six other stations from Chicago to Kansas City.
In 1993, her husband Dave suggested that they start a television ministry. Initially airing on superstation WGN-TV in Chicago and Black Entertainment Television (BET), her program, now called Enjoying Everyday Life, is still on the air today.
In 2002, mainstream publisher Hachette Book Group paid Meyer over $10 million for the rights to her backlist catalog of independently released books.
In 2004 St. Louis Christian television station KNLC, operated by the Rev. Larry Rice of New Life Evangelistic Center, dropped Meyer’s programming. According to Rice, a longstanding Meyer supporter, Meyer’s “excessive lifestyle” and her teachings often going “beyond Scripture” were the impetus for canceling the program.
Joyce Meyer Age
She was born on June 4, 1943.
Joyce Meyer Husband – Joyce Meyer Marriage
She is married to Dave Meyer. They were married on January 7, 1967 and have four grown children. She was previously married to a part-time car salesman shortly after her senior year of high school. The marriage lasted for five years.
Joyce Meyer Children – Joyce Meyer Family
She has four grown children; Daniel B. Meyer, Sandra Ellen McCollom, Laura Marie Holtzmann, and David Meyer.
Joyce Meyer Father
Her father went into the army to fight in World War II soon after she was born. She has said in interviews that he began sexually abusing her upon his return.
In a sermon, the Christian author detailed the numerous occasions and tactics her father would use while she was growing up to abuse her, such as when her mother would go out shopping, or when he would take her swimming. Meyer revealed that her father abused other girls as well.
Joyce Meyer Brother
David Hutchison, Joyce Meyer’s brother was 10 years younger and her only sibling. They were both abused in different ways by their alcoholic father.
He joined the marines at age 17 and was in Vietnam. His Sergeant introduced him to more drugs to help them cope with the horrors of war. David eventually got married and had a son. Then he divorced his wife and ran away.
He died alone in some abandoned building and was found by a homeless man 30 days later.
Joyce Meyer Net Worth
Her net worth is estimated to be about $8 Million.
Joyce Meyer Grandchildren
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Joyce Meyer Books
- Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind
- How to Hear From God: Learn to Know His Voice and Make the Right Decisions
- Beauty For Ashes: Receiving Emotional Healing (Revised Edition)
- The Penny
- The Love Revolution
- The Joy of Believing Prayer: Deepen Your Friendship With God
- A New way of Living: Transform Your Life by Knowing Christ
- Change Making Choices That Lead To Personal Growth
- Prepare to Prosper : Moving from the Land of Lack to the Land of Plenty (Prepack 10 Edition)
- Reduce Me to Love: Unlocking the Secret to Lasting Joy
- Do It Afraid! Obeying God in the Face of Fear
- In Pursuit of Peace : 21 Ways to Conquer Anxiety, Fear, and Discontentment
- A New Way of Living: Understanding What It Means to Be a Christian
- Me and My Big Mouth: Your Answer is Right Under Your Nose
- When, God, When?
- How to Hear from God: Learn to Know His Voice and Make Right Decisions (Large Print)
- Help Me, Im Married!
- Reduce Me to Love: Unlocking the Secret to Lasting Joy
- Enjoying a Life of Freedom
- Enjoying Where You Are On the Way to Where You Are Going: Learning How to Live a Joyful, Spirit-Led Life
- Me and My Big Mouth: Your Answer Is Right Under Your Nose
- The power of simple prayer
- Never give up
- Seasons of Love: Celebrating the Tender Moments of Life (Seasons of Life Series)
- Change: Making Choices That Lead To Personal Growth
- No compromise
- Any Minute
- Knowing God Intimately: Being as Close to Him As You Want to Be
- I Dare You: Embrace Life with Passion
- Tell them I love them
- Living Beyond Your Feelings: Controlling Emotions So They Don’t Control You
- The Battle Belongs to the Lord: Overcoming Life’s Struggles Through Worship
- Eat and Stay Thin: Simple, Spiritual, Satisfying Weight Control
- Help Me I’m Alone : Trusting in God in Times of Loneliness and Grief
Joyce Meyer Bible Study
The Everyday Life Bible is the latest edition of Joyce’s popular study Bible, which is helping more than 1 million people go deeper in their Bible study. Now available in the most current Amplified translation (2015), Joyce’s study tips will help you apply God’s Word to your everyday life.
Joyce Meyer Quotes
- God’s mercy is fresh and new every morning.
- Being negative only makes a difficult journey more difficult. You may be given a cactus but you don’t have to sit on it.
- Get up every day, love God, and do your best. He will do the rest.
- Watch out for the joy-stealers; gossip, criticism, complaining, faultfinding, and a negative, judgement attitude.
- The best way to get along with people is to not expect them to be like you.
- If you can’t learn to enjoy your life when you have problems, you may never enjoy it because we’ll always have problems.
- Don’t give up on the people you love. Your patience and faithfulness may be exactly what they need to make a complete turnaround.
- Patience is not the ability to wait but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.
- There will be times where even the strongest believers might see things don’t appear possible but listening to God makes everything possible.
- If you don’t learn to control your thoughts, you will never learn how to control your behaviour.
- God cares about everything that concerns you, so feel free to talk to him about everything.
- Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting.
- If you stay busy thinking about right things, the devil won’t be able to fill your mind with wrong things.
- Your attitude belongs to you and it’s your choice if you want to have a good one.
- Stop labelling people just because they’re not like you.
- We need to do what we can do and let God do what we cannot.
- So what if you’re not perfect? Nobody else is either.
- If your inner life is not producing what you would like on the outside, don’t be discouraged, just be willing to change.
- Compliment people. Magnify their strengths not their weaknesses.
- Once I realized that right thinking is vital to victorious living. I got more serious about thinking about what I was thinking about, and choosing my thoughts carefully.
- During a storm hope gives us the ability to look at things as they are and still be confident that something better is coming.
- We must not use our past as an excuse to stay in bondage.
- When fear knocks on your door, send faith to answer.
- When we fill our thoughts with right things, the wrong ones have no room to enter.
- You can suffer the pain of change or suffer remaining the way you are.
- I may not be where I want to be but thank God I am not where I used to be.
- Courage is fear that has said it’s prayers and decided to go forward anyway.
- One mistake does not have to rule a person’s entire life.
- A positive attitude gives you power over your circumstances instead of your circumstances having power over you.
- Be a blessing to someone else.
- You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind.
- There’s no happier person than a truly thankful, content person.
- Put your expectations on God, not on people.
- Character is doing what you don’t want to do but know you should do.
- Don’t wait for everything to be perfect before you decide to enjoy your life.
- Talk about what God has done in your life.
- A $2 dollar pencil and a dream can take you anywhere.
- When you pray be sure that you listen also. You have things you want to say to God but He also has thing He wants to say to you.
- Love should be the main theme of our lives.
- God has planted greatness in you. Let today be the beginning of a great adventure as you step into the gifts he’s given you.
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