Happy Purim! This is the Jewish holiday that celebrates the remarkable story of how the Lord used two faithful believers, Mordechai and Esther, and a movement of prayer and fasting to save the Jewish people from an evil Persian regime determined to annihilate them.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the U.S. and President Obama to discuss the growing threat of Iran.
The church in Iraq has transitioned from tolerated to targeted, coming under constant attack the last several years.
Washington, foreign capitals and the media are suddenly abuzz this week with rumors of impending war between Israel and Iran.
As 2011 comes to an end, I’d like to pass along some good news from Israel.
I read a fascinating story in the Jerusalem Post this morning and it gave me fresh hope for the nation of Israel. "Taking a page out of David Ben-Gurion and Menachem Begin’s playbook, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will begin hosting a regular Bible study group in his official residence...
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.