There are many ways you can get involved in global Bible mission
By praying for our work, volunteering or giving financially, you become a part of a global network of faithful people dedicated to making the Bible accessible and encouraging interaction with it.
Our volunteer programme is called ActiveBible.
Whether you’ve got organisational and event management skills, or you want to be a part of a regional committee raising awareness of the Bible in your community, or you just want to challenge yourself to compete in a half-marathon and raise funds for Bibles, there are many ways you can become part of our volunteer team.Find out about volunteering
Join our team of faithful supporters
We couldn’t do what we do without our faithful supporters.
From Te Awamutu to Taihape, Rangiora to Rongotea, Christchurch to Culverdon, our supporters come from everywhere and represent the entire spectrum of the Christian church in New Zealand. Join our team of supporters and put Bibles into the hands of those who can’t afford them, for as little as $12.Learn about giving to Bible mission
Many people pray regularly for our work and for those who don’t have a Bible to get one. Will you join us in prayer for global Bible mission?
We produce an annual prayer diary detailing countries to pray for each week of the year. Each of the 150 Bible Societies worldwide have their own needs for prayer, and this is an opportunity to bring their needs before God.Learn more
Bible a Month Club
Guatemala, Thailand, Myanmar, Tanzania, Cuba, Mexico, China and Fiji. These countries all have something in common – they desperately need more Bibles.
Did you know it only takes $12 to put a Bible into someone’s hands? Join our popular Bible a Month Club and for the price of a piece of cake and a coffee, you can provide someone with the life-giving words of the Bible – in their own language!Check out Bible a Month Club
Join our mailing list
If you’d like to recieve regular email updates about our work in New Zealand and around the world, let us know by filling in the form.