November Newsletter

November is full of events and celebrations at Joshua’s Place.  Read about all the Lord is during in and through the ministry this month.


October Newsletter

Joshua’s Place has new programs launching in area school districts and registration has opened for one of our biggest annual fundraising events. Read about this and more in our October Newsletter. 


September Newsletter

Joshua’s Place has kicked off their Food-Co-Op and BackPack Drive for local school districts and is getting ready for other programs for the ministry to start.  Read about this and more in our September Newsletter. 


August Newsletter

Joshua’s Place is changing hearts and lives one life at a time, one family at a time, and one community at a time! Learn this month how Joshua’s Place was able to impact lives through summer programs and how you can impact the future of Joshua’s Place by investing your time, gifts and talents, and financial support to restore those in generational poverty!


July Newsletter

God is moving in exciting ways at Joshua’s Place! Joshua’s Place is becoming well known in the communities we serve. So much so, surrounding school districts are taking notice and asking how Joshua’s Place can bring the ministry to their area.   It is inspiring to see the Lord stretching and growing the ministry as we step back for Him to take the lead. Over 200 volunteers reaching communities for Christ one child and family at a time. Take a few minutes and see what has taken place this month!


Fishing Alongside

There is a timeless quote that says “Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, teach a man to fish and he can eat for life.”  The idea is an appropriate challenge for those of us called to the work of poverty alleviation.  You need not look far to see examples of institutional short-sidedness that focuses on today’s need rather than tomorrow’s stability. (more…)

Beautiful and Wonderful Robots

Joshua’s Place’s mission is to “… help families overcome the barriers in their life that cause instability.” It starts with not seeing people as “poor” or “not poor” but individuals on the same journey of life that we travel. We recognize that there is a mutual brokenness that is brought to every relationship. (more…)

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