Healing the Wounds of Trauma in the Pacific
Project Summary-Running from Jan 2018 to Dec 2018 Bible-based Trauma Healing is probably the greatest need in Fiji and the
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Kingdom Kids
Project Summary-Running from Mar 2016 to Dec 2018 The Kingdom Kidz project will address the glaring need to provide the
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Weaving the Bible with the Pacific People’s Lives and their Resources
The Magimagi Program – Project Summary-Running from Jan 2011 to Dec 2020 Many people in the rural areas in the
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Encouraging Spiritual Life in West Pacific Countries through Bible Translations and Other Scripture Products
Project Summary- Running from Jan 2008 to Jan 2021 This project supports all the Bible translation programs and development of
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Encouraging Spiritual Life in Eastern Pacific Countries through Bible Translations and Other Scripture Products
Project Summary-Running from Jan 2016 to Jan 2025 This project supports all the bible translation programs and other scripture tools
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Ba – Gospel of Mark
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PACIFIC BRANCH

Vanuatu Branch

Between 80 to 90 percent of the residents of the Vanuatu (approx. 234,000 people) belong to the Christian faith, but many do not have Scriptures in their own language and many find it hard to read other languages.

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Solomon Branch

Between 80 to 90 percent of the residents of the Solomon Islands (approx. 515,000 people), belong to the Christian faith, but many do not have Scriptures in their own language and many find it hard to read other languages.

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Updated Newsletter

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HANO PROJECT
The first photo was taken 20 years ago. I am with Mark Gaviga and his daughters. ( I am the good looking one on the left with lots of black hair). Mark and I are about to translate.Read More

Maumi

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The Maumi New Testament Project began in 2012 with the translation and launching of the
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FIJI MISSION
The first photo was taken 20 years ago. I am with Mark Gaviga and his daughters. ( I am the good looking one on the left with lots of black hair). Mark and I are about to translate.. Read More

FACTS ABOUT US

When I donate, where does my money go?

Your financial gifts helps us to ensure the Word of God is translated (the languages or dialects that our people in the Pacific use) published and distributed to  the Communities in the Pacific.

How can I donate to your cause?

Any financial assistance received from you go towards implementing projects that engage our children, youth and adults with the Word of God; both in the rural and urban parts of the Pacific. Your assistance enable us in “Making God’s Word easily understood, available, accessible and credible to all people in all situations.

How can I donate to your cause?

You can send your donation to our account: Bible Society of the South Pacific, Account Number: 8202090, Bank of South Pacific (BSP).

Where can I share my volunteer stories?

To share your stories you can send us an e-mail to bibsoc@bible.org.fj.

Where are your offices located?

To share your stories you can send us an e-mail to bibsoc@bible.org.fj.

What services and activities are available?

We have Translation services, Printing Services and Sales. For our activities this year we will be working with the parachurches in the distribution of scriptures and our Bible Week Celebration which is held every year to commemorate how the Bible came to Us.