Josephine, Jill and Merawalesi with baby Joseph.

Northern development

The Northern engagement has now begun in Labasa and Taveuni prisons. Three key team members are now engaged in the development of the ministry to the men in those prisons. 

Establishing the northern work has been an answer to a call, and established in faith and prayer.

Increased engagement

Recent changes with Fiji Corrections has increased Operation Foundation's role as a key rehabilitation stakeholder. Requests for our engagement and programs are at record levels.

15 prisons with 1900+ inmates open to a Christ-centred rehabilitation approach.

 

The mission field on morning parade at Nasinu Prison. One of the fifteen prisons in Fiji.

Community

Doing in-prison ministry well has bought us to the attention of other communities that desire restoration. This has widened our focus to special projects such as housing for Cyclone affected families, support for disabled students, through to community and family reconciliation.

Impacting one life means that others are also touched. 

team development

Equipping and developing the team is critical as we work to increase capacity.

Maintaining the effectiveness of our engagement requires that we invest into the knowledge, skilling, and spiritual formation of our people.

We build into the team, so they can effectively build into the lives of others.

 

We would count it a privilege if you would consider partnering with us in restoration in Fiji. Prisons, families and communities are open to a restoration that rebuilds lives, and glorifies Christ.