Welcome to the Joshua Partnership Project. We are a national faith- based violence prevention project that organizes churches in distressed neighborhoods to work together as a unit, to de-escalate violence, crime, and help redevelop the community. Currently, we have trained churches in 7 cities throughout the United States. We started in January of 2016. The National Director of the Joshua Partnership Project is Pastor Richard C. Dalton. Pastor Dalton has pastored churches and been a community activist in poor to low income urban areas for over 25 years. He developed a church based drug prevention initiative that was selected by the White House as the 284th Point of Light. He was selected to speak at Harvard and Notre Dame University on Urban Violence and Community Activism.
The Joshua Partnership Project is a National Faith Based Violence Prevention Project that trains churches, pastors, and other community leaders on how to work together in violent, high crime neighborhoods, as an "organized unit" to implement programs that will transform the neighborhood and de-escalate violence and redevelop distressed areas. The Joshua Partnership Project is a neighborhood specific project. Churches partner as a unified front "in their neighborhood" to stop the killing and reduce violence and crime. We are challenging churches across America TO UNITE AGAINST VIOLENCE IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS!