Joyce Meyer and partners open food bank in Zimbabwe

American preacher, Joyce Meyer, with the support of her partners, has opened a food bank in Zimbabwe. The project is expected to feed over 50,000 kids daily and there are plans to cover up for more people.

She made this announcement on social media saying, “We, through our local partners, just opened our brand new food factory in Zimbabwe, Africa! The Hope Factory will start by providing food for the over 50,000 kids a day that we feed there now, but we are very hopeful that it will give us the ability to feed thousands and thousands more in the future!

"Thank you to our ministry donors for making this life-changing and history-making project possible! You are saving lives!”

Her followers were impressed with the news and they made palatable comments about it. See some of the comments below:

@chiratidzo_b_k said: “Wow, what a challenge to those of us who come from Zimbabwe. This is amazing, may God bless the hearts of all the donors.”
@grace_amoka: “This is such a major validation for me that my dreams are valid and this and so much more is possible. God bless you and your team and increase the impact you make in the world.”
@bboy_gracia: “Thing the world needs to see, glory to God and this is so amazing to see what a church can also do.”
@winwomeninternationalministry: “God bless you and everyone making this possible. God bless you!”

@lynnriva7:  “So good! Amazing! Praise God! He’s so good and does exceedingly and abundantly more than we can imagine!”
@wedjapires: “That’s awesome!! I had the honor and privilege of visiting Zimbabwe with my family last summer. I fell in love with the country and its people. Very happy to know that your Ministry is fully blessing them.”
@wanessafernandesap: “I want to one day be able to do the same. Christianity is pure and simple.”
@thabile_ndhlovu: "Wow, may the almighty continue to bless your ministry."

@dinmas_signature:  “Wow, I can’t help but keep wowing. May God keep giving this factory all the support and provisions it needs to carry on. God bless you abundantly, ma!”

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