Pelenise Alofa and Dr Patrick Pikacha have received international recognition for their environmental achievements in the South Pacific.
In line with the Trans Pacific Union Mission’s harvesting vision, more than sixty people were baptised into the Adventist Church in Kiribati in July.
Kiribati residents are able to access health check-ups and workshops through a new wellness hub supported by 10,000 Toes.
The Kiribati President and First Lady are participating in CHIP after tuning in to the local Hope Radio station.
A listener survey has found that many people who have been tuning in to Hope Radio are now seeking Bible studies.
A snapshot of how local missions and entities within the Trans Pacific Union Mission have been impacted by Cyclone Harold and COVID-19 this year.
The mission of the Church is advancing in Kiribati in the face of significant challenges.
Twenty-eight people were baptised in the lagoons of Tarawa Atoll on Sabbath, July 27.
Hope Radio in Kiribati can count the country’s president and Cabinet secretary among its listeners.
Students at Kauma Adventist College have gone from having their lessons in a shed to now enjoying bright new classrooms.