The Created to Be His Help Meet book is now available in Spanish.

Created To Be His Help Meet 10th Anniversary Edition- Revised, and Expanded


Enjoying Who God Created You to Be by Joyce Meyer

The Journey is a year-long companion journal for Created to Be His Help Meet, with 123 pages of studies and diary pages. There are special pages for your stories, doodlings, studies, and pictures where you will create a lasting memory of the miracle God is doing in you. Perfect for individuals or women’s study groups.

Obedience to God is important, but that is not why He created us either. To say that God created man to obey Him is to assume that He has some sort of perverted need to hold power over people and boss them around.

People Were Created To Be Loved - Picture Quotes

  • People Were Created To Be Loved Inspirational Quote
  • Created To Be His Help Meet (Part 2) - Challies Dot Com

    Created to Be His Help Meet, first published 10 years ago, has sold over 500,000 copies in 12 languages. I am amazed, reading the testimonies of woman in England, India, Saudi Arabia, China, Australia, and many other countries, as they share how their marriages have been saved and enriched through these biblical truths. Over the years I have learned from these many women, and, responding to their cries for help, have added TWO NEW CHAPTERS and other small revisions to address their needs. One of the new chapters is called, Servant or Servitude? There is a difference. One is godly, the other devilish. Did we fail to make that distinction clear enough the first time around? Some have indicated such. So we tackled the subject head on. May God continue to bless you as you read and obey the wonderful words of God.

    However, the ability to get an education is severely limited; there are no secondary schools serving this area and the elementary schools are overtaxed. Closing the education gap is our calling. We will tangibly share the love of God with the children and their families by providing a quality education that holds a Christian worldview. Our desire is not only to offer academics, but to provide students with an education rooted in Christ, exposing them to what God has created us to be. This is the greatest avenue to break the cycle of poverty and abuse.