2019 At A Glance

2019 At A Glance

In 2019, God enabled The Joshua Fund to do some incredible things through our donors. Here are a few of them:​
 

1.  Supported 111 ministry workers (1)

2.  Distributed over 3,000 Bibles in the nations of Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan

3.  Opened 5 new food distribution centers and utilized 65+ distribution & ministry teams (2)

4.  Served 2,100+ needy families a month and gave away 229+ tons of food (2)

5.  Provided language-specific Bibles, Bible study, and evangelism resources directly into the hands of hundreds of local ministry leaders in Israel and the West Bank

6.  Through seminars and retreats we’ve hosted, more than 250 pastors, youth disciplers, and other key ministry workers were directly encouraged, equipped and strengthened in their proclamation of the Gospel and their teaching of the Word of God

7.  Sponsored Bible college for 5 young Israelis

8.  Created 25,000+ personal ministry touchpoints (2,3)

 

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1. Conservative Estimation
2. Based on a 12-month timeframe from August 2018 to August 2019
3. Based on the data provided by The Joshua Fund 2018 humanitarian aid team and our distribution centers

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