How can Evangelical Christians truly bless Israel in the name of Jesus, according to the Abrahamic Covenant found in Genesis 12:1-3 in which God promises to bless those who bless His people?
At the same time, how can Evangelicals not simply be a blessing to Israel and the Jewish people, but to the Palestinians and Lebanese and Syrians and Jordanians and Egyptians and Iraqis, as well? Did not the Lord command us to love our neighbors and our enemies?
How, then, can we as Evangelicals truly and effectively pray for and financially invest in the work the Lord is doing to bless and care for all people of the epicenter, both Jews and Arabs?
These were some of the questions my wife, Lynn, and I were wrestling through in late 2005 and early 2006 when the Lord gave us the idea to start The Joshua Fund.
It’s hard to believe that The Joshua Fund is already ten years old, but it’s true. In that time, we have had the joy of seeing the Lord demonstrate His kindness and faithfulness to Jews and Arabs in so many ways.
This year-end Donor Report — both text and short videos — let’s you step into the story for yourself. (please feel free to share it with others)
Come see how the Lord — with your prayers and support — is using TJF to care for the poor and vulnerable, widows and orphans, Holocaust survivors and refugees fleeing from Syrian and Iraq.
Come learn more about how He is using TJF to invest in pastors and ministry leaders who are preaching the Word of God, proclaiming the Gospel, and making disciples in Israel and the Arab world — and seeing lives transformed for eternity.
We’re so grateful for what the Lord is doing, and we think you will be, as well.