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The Joshua Project

About us

The American republic is in urgent need of a refounding. And like our namesake, we believe the greatest source for national and spiritual healing can be found in the Bible. In fact, Americans of all different sorts have always turned to the Bible for inspiration – on matters small and large, personal and national, that’s why we’re inviting you to join The Joshua Project. 

The Joshua Project is a community dedicated to rejuvenating American civic and social life through engaging the ideas and values of the Bible. We believe that a healthy society needs citizens who build spiritual and civic fitness. Through compassionate, fun, and inspiring content our Guides will help you build the muscles of spiritual and civic virtue, and take concrete steps to change your life and the lives of those around you for the better.

Our Guides will provide wisdom for your everyday life, bring you closer to your local community, and introduce you to friends who are on this journey with you.

The Joshua Project gives you the tools that prolong and enrich life, increase happiness, and decrease polarization – join us today.

Many Americans have always known where the answers to these questions lie: in the time-tested, ancient wisdom of the Bible. Don’t worry, we’re not going to ship you another copy – it’s still the best selling book in the world, and you probably have one already. We’re also not going to tell you what to do. Instead, we want to sit down and find out the answers together, as a community.

By joining The Joshua Project, you engage with Guides who will join you in unpacking the greatest questions the world has ever known. These guides bring you into a community that hammers home something you’ve known all along: We can’t do this ourselves, but we can do it together.

We cover the big topics that relate to our lives: Technology, Politics, Community, Culture, Spirituality, Family, and Self.

Values of your daily life explained
by the Bible

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