Believe Campaign begins this week with 300 people from around the world arriving into Fiji to run community programs in schools, hospitals, marketplaces, children’s homes and more.
Campaign Director Pastor Neil Smith says the team will be investing approximately two million dollars in the Fijian economy through this trip.
The preparations for the trip was made possible through aid donations and collaborations with churches in Australia, Fiji government leaders and local community leaders.
Smith added that the church in Fiji needs to change and embrace the next generation.
While speaking during a press conference this morning Smith shared the vision and purpose of this movement and says Believe Fiji is a campaign that is aimed at building up the nation.
The team has already started their tour and visitation into schools and communities and this weekend they will be hosting a concert at Churchill Park in Lautoka and at Subrails Park in Labasa simultaneously.
The Suva National Rally will be from the 6th and 7th of next month at the ANZ National Stadium.