During this recent Christmas season, The Joshua Fund was privileged to support several large Christmas outreaches to Muslims in Israel.
Stories From The Field
Passover is one of the most important Jewish holidays and commemorates the deliverance of God’s people from slavery in Egypt. With your assistance, The Joshua Fund was able to help many impoverished Israelis celebrate the Passover this year.
While we pray daily for the peace of Jerusalem, preparing for war has been on our hearts since we first traveled to Kiryat Shmona located very near the Lebanese border.
When we were welcomed in on our first evening in Jerusalem, one of the first things that was said was, “Don’t worry about tomorrow, or you will miss the blessing of today.”
I, along with about 45 other Israel tour participants, had the rare privilege of serving some of these local families during our project day in Sderot.
During the past several years The Joshua Fund has been blessed to help Jewish people who have returned to the land of their forefathers from different parts of the world.
An estimated one-third of the Holocaust survivors living in Israel are living in poverty. The Joshua Fund had the privilege of providing funding for a party and Passover gifts for hundreds of these dear ones who have suffered so much.
As many families in Israel prepare to observe Passover later this month, The Joshua Fund has been prayerful and active with our ministry partners in the Land to bless those in need during this season of remembering all that God has done for His special people.