Transforming the life effectiveness of God's people

Joshua students are ready to do whatever it takes to serve the Lord with their whole life. They are willing to look at any area of their life that isn't meeting that standard, and bring it in line with spiritual and personal discipline. We guide them through this process with biblical classroom curriculum, local and international missions, and day-to-day life in community. Read More

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Megan Lindquist

Megan Lindquist

The biggest impact Joshua has had on my life today has been my boost in self confidence. While I'm sure many in my... Read More

What is JWI All About?

The motivation for attendance should be life effectiveness, through an increase in wisdom. When students come with that goal in mind, God uses the community to shape and develop the individual. Each one takes home a measure of transformation proportional to his or her individual drive and desire to be more like Christ. Read More

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“Joshua is the hardest thing I have ever done. That said, it is the best experience I have ever had. My faith was really tested and proved while in Joshua, and it taught me what it means to truly love for Christ in every aspect. It stretches you to your breaking point and the snaps you back like a rubber band. Grace is an integral part of the program, and through being shown grace you grow closer to Christ and each other.“ Daniel Bartlett, Class of 2013
“Joshua revealed to me that I am not as strong as I think I am. It showed me that I need community to help me live a life that is honoring to God. Community can act as God's way of extending grace and accountability in my life“ Benjamin Smith, Class of 2013
“Joshua changed every aspect of my life. I learned more about God and myself then I ever knew possible. I learned what true community is and how important it is to our daily lives.“ Chandler Noe, Class of 2013
“I learned our God is a God of the desert and He is always there even when I don't see Him moving in whatever season of life I am in. Joshua taught me to have heart and walk humbly because love has no language barrier and to serve wholeheartedly for Christ wherever He is calling me to.“ Jacob Bailey, Class of 2014