What Is The Joshua Fund?

What Does The Joshua Fund Do? Why Do They Do It?

Many people have questions similar to these. This video explains the who, what, why, and how behind some frequently asked questions. Our partnerships with church charities, Christian foundations, and generous Christian givers enable your charitable gifts to have a profound and lasting impact across the Epicenter!

Joel and Lynn Rosenberg founded the Joshua Fund in 2006 out of the desire to mobilize Christians to "bless Israel and Her Neighbors in the name of Jesus," according to Genesis 12:1-3. Ministry is done via four main modes: Equip The Global Church, Serve The Needy, Teach The Word Of God, & Encourage Pastors.

Please partner with us through two powerful avenues: giving to The Joshua Fund or praying for the peace of Jerusalem and the Middle East.

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