Joel C. Rosenberg reflects on a recent journey to Auschwitz and the countless lives lost.
On December 2 and 3, The Joshua Fund held our last board meeting of the year. We reviewed our work in 2011, prayed for our staff and allies and for the peace of Jerusalem, and approved our budget for 2012. During our meetings, I briefed the board of directors and senior staff on the "State of the Epicenter"... What follows is an executive summary of my report.
The IAEA has released a 25-page report on Iran’s nuclear activities. This U.N. report concludes there is “credible” evidence...
Tensions in Southern Israel remain high. Meanwhile, over the past several years, the Lord has enabled The Joshua Fund to help provide necessary medical equipment to a hospital which happens to reside in the heart of this frequent conflict zone.
If you have been frequenting this website over the last several years, The Joshua Fund has been praying for Gilad Shalit and encouraging you to pray along with us. He’s the young IDF soldier who was abducted from Israel on June 25, 2006 by Hamas militants in a cross-border raid from Gaza.
Reports out of Egypt this week are alarming, with escalating attacks on the minority ‘Coptic Christians’ in the country.
This was a tough week for Israel at the United Nations. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad proved yet again that he is not a world leader worthy of the world stage.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin is coming to New York next week and will deliver a major address before the U.N. General Assembly next Wednesday.