We have four main goals driving the Joshuacord team:

  1. Raise awareness about the oppression and persecution of Christians in the Middle East and Africa;
  2. To be an advocate for those being persecuted by Islamic extremists;
  3. To activate Christians across America to stand united with Christians who are suffering for following Christ
  4. To give courage and hope to our brothers and sisters who are suffering.

We wear the ‘Persecuted but not Forgotten’ ribbon as a symbol to remember and pray for suffering believers. The top of the ribbon is marked with the Arabic letter for N, pronounced Nun(ن).  ISIL terrorists have been marking Christian homes with the letter with this letter “N” to stand for Nasrani , the Arabic word for Christian or Nazarene.  Please download the ribbon and share it with everyone you can. And please remember to pray for the Persecuted Church. Let them know they may be persecuted for Christ but their plight is not forgotten. “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.” Proverbs 31:8

Christian hero and anti-Nazi, German Lutheran pastor, Dietrich Bonhoeffer said it best: “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil. Not to speak is to speak. Not to actis to act.”  We need to act.

Show your support for the persecuted church. Place post the ribbon on your site or share via Facebook, email, Twitter etc.  You can download the ribbon below.  If you need another format just email us! <Download ribbon here>

Joshuacord Ribbon