“I am not ashamed of the Gospel.” Now more than ever, Jews & Muslims in the Epicenter need Good News. The Joshua Fund is a like a venture capital fund, investing in small but growing ministries that preach the Gospel, make disciples and serve the poor in Israel and the Arab world. Lives are being changed. Here’s the latest.

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

z-joshuafund-donorreport-2016“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.” — The Apostle Paul (Romans 1:16)

Darkness is falling on the people of the Middle East — war, terrorism, ethnic cleansing, Radical and Apocalyptic Islam and even genocide. More than ever, they need the light of the Gospel and the hope of God’s love, forgiveness and eternal life (especially at Christmas, but every day of the year, as well!)

In 2006, Lynn and I founded The Joshua Fund, a non-profit organization “to bless Israel and her neighbors in the name of Jesus.” Over the past ten years, we and our team have seen and learned a great deal. Here are some of the two most encouraging lessons.

First, I see a tremendous openness to the Gospel message among my people, the Jewish…

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