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November 2014 News

Needed: 1000 Bibles for the Solomon Islands

  • Written by  Ian Anderson
Students from schools like Pagobiru Primary School are in need of Bibles Photo: Provided

There is a great need for Bibles in the Varese district in Choiseul Province, Solomon Islands.

“Locals are unable to buy their own Bibles. Certain Villages, Primary Schools, and Community High Schools in the district have requested Bibles,” said Lipson Sisiolo, from Toowoomba Central Seventh-day Adventist Church.

“As a result, we are currently organising a 1000 Bible Project initiative to supply Bibles to the villages and schools in Varese and surrounding districts in Choiseul Province.”

Lipson said that the project hopes to collect 1000 Bibles that will be distributed for free in these regions.

“In addition, we are also looking for any used medical equipment for a new village clinic in Oliveti village, the most inland village in Choiseul Province,” he said.

An account has been setup with Koorong Bookstore for individuals or organisations that may feel impressed to donate funds towards the project.

To donate funds, bibles or equipment, or for more information, contact Lipson Sisiolo on 0458 005 986.

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