Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer

Amy and Michelle begin a new multi-part series of podcast episodes discussing what we’re seeing in the modern church, and warning you about avoiding some of the pitfalls of learning at the feet of some of the more popular women’s teachers, speakers and authors.

One of the more popular women’s teachers we do not recommend is Joyce Meyer of Joyce Meyer ministries. She’s been a teacher for 40 years, and is known around the world as a speaker, televangelist and author, and through her many conferences and television episodes aired on untrustworthy stations like TBN and others, her teachings have reached the ears of millions of people. We present many teachings in her own words that contradict the Word of God:



Word of Faith False Teacher Joyce Meyer’s Shocking Doctrine and Heresy – Berean Research

Joyce Meyer  Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Joyce Meyer Admits Her Views On Prosperity Were Out Of Balance – Christian Post (not recomended)

Did Jesus Go To Hell? Got Questions

Interview with Doreen Virtue: Why we quit working for Joyce Meyer, and left the Word of Faith movement (Video)

What Joyce Meyer believes & teaches, what Joel Osteen believes & teaches – The End Time, Elizabeth Prata

Women Preaching? – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Good News! (The Gospel) A Word Fitly Spoken

Thank you, bless you and Walk Worthy!

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Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer

2 Responses to Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer

  1. Dawn December 24, 2021 at 9:32 am #

    These were old teachings in which I have myself never listened to. I watch her conferences daily and she constantly quotes scripture and teaches from the Bible. Maybe in her early years she was not spirituality mature but I’m confident that she’s has come a long way and I truly believe she has the anointing from God.

    • A Word Fitly Spoken December 29, 2021 at 4:19 pm #

      We explain about that in our podcast. She may quote Scripture as many false teachers do, but what about the red flags?

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