Pray with us . . . that violence will not erupt in retaliation of the killing of Master Sargent Cohen in the line of duty Sunday night. Please join us in praying for peace and calm in the wake of the attack which has inflamed tensions in the region.
As the celebration of Chanukah concludes and we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ, please continue to be in prayer for Israel and her neighbors this Christmas season.
Please join The Joshua Fund in praying for leaders in the U.S. and Middle East, for wisdom that would lead to peace. Follow the link below for the full prayer request.
Please join The Joshua Fund in praying for safety, comfort and protection for the people of Beirut, Lebanon as double bombings near the Iranian Embassy killed at least 23 and injured a reported 147. Follow the link below for the full prayer request.
Please join The Joshua Fund in praying for the family of Eden Atias – an Israeli soldier who died as a result of stab wounds inflicted at the central bus station Wednesday morning.
Please join The Joshua Fund in praying for safety and provision for refugees fleeing Syria, and for the basic necessities of food, water and shelter as many of these displaced people are in dire need.
We know our Lord loves the people of Iraq and we ask you to join The Joshua Fund in praying for the people of Iraq as violence escalates in their homeland. Please pray for peace in the region, and for the basic needs of the people, for safety, food, water and shelter in this war-weary land.
As we are faithful to God’s calling to be praying for those in authority, please join The Joshua Fund in continuing to pray for Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Obama in light of meetings held Monday. Please be praying as Prime Minister Netanyahu addresses the U.N. General Assembly in New York City Today.
The king's heart is in the hand of the LORD, Like the rivers of water; He turns it wherever He wishes. Proverbs 21:1 The Lord has promised us in Scripture that He is accomplishing His good will and purpose in this world and He asks us to pray for those in authority.
While our hope and expectation is not tied to our political leaders, but to God, we are also exhorted in Scripture to pray for our leaders and therefore we encourage you to join The Joshua Fund in praying for world leaders as they are gathered in New York at the United Nations. Join us in asking for the Lord’s wisdom and guidance in this fragile world environment.