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Nativity Story - It Begins in Bethlehem
Bible Mission in the Middle East
Bible mission in Egypt and Jordan

Our mission is to help make the Bible accessible to everyone and encourage interaction with it

We believe the Bible is for everyone. That’s why we’re working tirelessly to make the Bible available and understood here in New Zealand and around the world. We partner with New Zealand churches, organisations and over 150 Bible Societies throughout the world to bring the Bible to those that don’t have one.

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Bible a Month Regular Giving

Join over 2,500 other kiwis who have committed to giving monthly to help put the Bible into the hands of people all around the world. By signing up for a monthly gift, you’ll be partnering with us to help bring Bibles to people in a different country – every month. You’ll be providing one Bible for every $15 you give!





Our latest Bible Mission projects

New Zealand 2021 appeal

China Bible mission 2021


What our supporters make possible


Free resources


Book a speaker for your church

Māori Bible app


Words of Life Video Series

Small group resources



Bible inspiration


The story of the Bible in New Zealand

A short film of the epic Bible story



Ngāti Torehina’s encounter with God

The story of Tārore


Discover the Bible


The Bible is the world’s best-selling book of all time

It has shaped the laws and politics of many western countries and influenced language, music and art. Today it continues to inspire many millions of Christians around the world. But what exactly is it?

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Is it still important to New Zealanders?

Bible Society is committed to delivering quality research into New Zealand’s relationship with the Bible. Since 2008, we have been engaging research companies such as Nielsen to help us paint a picture of how many New Zealanders read the Bible and the influence it has in their lives.

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Te Paipera Tapu – The Bible in Māori

The story of Te Paipera Tapu (The Holy Bible in Māori) began with the Rev. Samuel Marsden in Sydney. Learn the story of how the Bible was translated and printed in Māori and why it was so popular.

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