Our Mission, Vision & Core Values

Our Mission

Our mission is to seek out the poor and needy Bibleless people in the outermost parts of the earth, to give Eternal Hope by providing Bibles that are understandable to them, free of charge.

Our Goal

Bibles for the Poor Society wants to give people hope and guidance for this world and for the hereafter by encouraging their lives thru the Word of God.

How We Are Making a Difference

We are reaching people in areas of the world that are remote, forgotten and difficult to access, as God leads. Through the years we have had many experiences and opportunities to bless those who have never expected anything. Our experiences are too numerous to mention them all but here are a few examples of how donations to Bibles for the Poor Society have made a difference:

  • Giving food and Bibles to many prisoners in Vanuatu & Solomon Islands
  • A crippled man is overjoyed to receive his first Bible ever, and has someone read it to him EVERY day in Vanuatu
  • Impoverished and very remote villages receive a Bible in their own language for the first time.
  • Senior citizens join a literacy program and learn to read using their Bible – their only printed material they own.
  • Visiting numerous hospitals in developing countries, bringing much needed food and Bibles in the local language
  • Distribution of Bibles by small plane, 4×4 truck, small boats and hiking in to people that seldom or never have visitors
  • Giving audio Bibles to a blind school in Solomon Islands
  • Visiting an orphanage in Fiji and giving each child a Children’s Bible
  • Supporting refugees, run out of their homes with food and Bibles in Vanuatu
  • Visiting an elementary school in Belize and giving out Bibles to the students, asked for by the teachers
  • Showing the ‘Jesus’ film and other gospel films indoors and outdoors, 100’s of times over the years. Some people had never seen a ‘cinema’ before
  • One man waited 60 years (since WW2) for someone to bring him a Bible

“A man there was, and they called him mad; The more he gave, the more he had.”

– John Bunyan 1628-1688