You can bless the lives of people in the Middle East in real and practical ways. When you give to The Joshua Fund, your donations feed the hungry, care for Holocaust survivors, protect the unborn, purchase medical equipment, provide for widows and orphans, and so much more.
“Many in the Epicenter are being shaken as perhaps never before in human history. Churches have been bombed and set ablaze, and many Christians have been captured, enslaved, tortured, and even killed for their faith. Yet even amidst such darkness, we can rejoice because the Holy Spirit is on the move. News of Christian persecution in the Middle East has unleashed a great movement of prayer." Joel C. Rosenberg
“We remember the six million Jews that were killed and we honor their memories. This is not just a day for Jewish people, this is a day for the whole world to remember.” – Joel C. Rosenberg At precisely 10 am Thursday April 12, 2018, sirens will ring for several minutes all over Israel in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Israelis throughout the country will stand in silence to remember the six million Jews killed in Europe during the Holocaust.
Discover ways to better understand the nation of Israel: Join us in person or on the web for an Epicenter Conference to study the Scriptures, learn from those ministering in the region and pray for the people of the Epicenter. Join a Prayer and Vision Tour of Israel, meet our friends and ministry partners, and see firsthand the work of the ministry in the Land. Join or start a Bible study or prayer group focused on Israel and her neighbors.
Join us in Jerusalem for an evening and a full day of prayer for the people in the Land of Israel. Featuring keynote speakers Joel C. Rosenberg, Anne Graham Lotz and Dr. Ronnie Floyd, you will learn firsthand how current Middle East events relate to the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
Join Joel C. Rosenberg and The Joshua Fund for a Prayer and Vision Tour of The Holy Land July 3-15, 2018 and the Epicenter® Prayer Summit which will be held July 11-12, 2018.
With more than one in five Israelis living in poverty, the opportunities to bless both Jew and Arab are always before us. Working with local partners on the ground, The Joshua Fund's Israeli team is currently providing food to 16 Distribution centers serving more than 2,500 families monthly.
Helping those who serve Syrian refugees, providing Arabic audio Bibles to help churches reach out to their friends and neighbors, sponsoring conferences that honor women in cultures where they are often neglected, encouraging and caring for pastors in war-torn nations – this is just some of the work to which God has called The Joshua Fund in the Epicenter.