After assisting more than 10,500 farmers and laypeople since 2017, the project is being handed back to its original beneficiaries.
Approximately 16 per cent of the prison population in Fiji are Seventh-day Adventists, and the Fiji Mission is working to reduce this number by providing rehabilitation services.
More than 49 projects—at a cost of $A2.6 million—have been implemented during the present crisis.
With people receptive to the gospel, Adventist churches in Fiji have been taking a very practical approach to evangelism.
Despite restrictions and setbacks, the Fiji Mission has celebrated a fruitful harvest of its young people.
Despite restrictions and a tumultuous year, Fiji is celebrating the fruits of TPUM’s July Harvest initiative.
Adventists from across Fiji donated portions of their crops, bought groceries and volunteered their time to help families in need.
Fulton Adventist University College is playing a key role in the continuing professional development of instructors from the Fiji Police Academy.
Despite lockdown and police arrests, a team of people go out into the city streets every Sunday to feed the homeless in Suva, Fiji.
Staff from the Trans Pacific Union Mission shared God’s love through an act of kindness in their local community.