Volunteers have been including Signs of the Times magazines in food packs distributed to Fijian families affected by COVID-19.
Despite restrictions and a tumultuous year, Fiji is celebrating the fruits of TPUM’s July Harvest initiative.
Despite lockdown and police arrests, a team of people go out into the city streets every Sunday to feed the homeless in Suva, Fiji.
Local Fijian communities are now tuning into the weekly Sabbath school presentation and some have been baptised as a result.
More than 50 people, the majority of them non-Adventist, recently graduated from CHIP programs across Fiji.
The NEWSTART Health Expo march through the city took place during morning peak hour and signalled the start of a week of health emphasis.
Not even cyclonic weather could stop Fiji’s young people from meeting together to grow in faith.
The Fiji Medical Association is to make the Complete Health Improvement Program available to every doctor in Fiji.
“Three young tourists—a German, a Korean and an American—walk into a church in Fiji . . .” No, it’s not the start of a joke. Just a very real example of cross-cultural ministry in action.