Joyce Meyer Ministries Dedicates Church Building and Water Well in Attarkhel
Jubilation erupts in Attarkhel, Nepal a suburb of Kathmandu as Joyce Meyer Ministries dedicates a new church building and water well to the community.
The jubilation was especially poignant for the community’s local pastor Pastor Ankadoj, and his congregation, who had dreamt of a permanent church home for 13 years. The Attarkhel not only had no permanent place of worship but also no easy access to clean water
In a Thursday Instagram post, however, Joyce Meyer’s Ministry team revealed that Hand of Hope, the ministry’s world mission arm partnered with Pastor Ankadoj to provide these long-wanted facilities.
“What a wonderful day of celebration for Pastor Ankadoj and his congregation! Joyce Meyer Ministries, Hand of Hope partnered with his church, and today we dedicated a church building and water well in Attarkhel, Nepal,” the team announced.
“This suburb of Kathmandu has no easy access to clean water. And with no good water source nearby, people have to buy water from the government. This is costly and often leaves families without water or in debt.”
Pastor Ankadoj however has expressed gratitude to the ministry partners who made this dream a reality.
Joyce Meyer’s ministries is characterized by the practical application of scripture. The organization founded by Dave and Joyce Meyer in 1987 exists to share Christ through daily TV shows, podcasts, devotionals, bible study, and conference events. They share God’s love, offering hope and encouragement to those facing challenges through the Hand of Hope.
Hand of Hope outreach program provides humanitarian aid to those in need around the world. The outreach addresses issues such as poverty, hunger, and disease.
Additionally, the ministry owns the St. Louis Dream Center, an outreach offering food, shelter, education, and vocational training to disadvantaged individuals.