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Fiji Lighting the Future of Fiji Part 2 - Primary School Distribution by Ken Catoe The last edition of BIMI World detailed the Lord's providential direction in the initiation, funding and first phase of the Fiji Bible Distribution Project. If you missed that article, it begins on page four at www.bimi. org/onlineMags/133world/index.html. Phase one resulted in the passing out of more than 75,000 Bibles in almost every secondary school in Fiji. The second phase of this campaign began in mid-September and is nearing completion. The end goal of this phase is the placing of more than 130,000 Bibles into the hands of most of the primary students on the three main islands of Fiji. The following summary of highlights from Alan Brooks (BIMI Southeast Asia Assistant Director) is intended to give you just a taste of the joys, labors, trials and victories associated with this outreach. Primary schools in Fiji include grades one through eight. There are at least 725 primary schools in Fiji. This is four times the number of secondary schools reached in the first phase. A different strategy was necessary to make this distribution effective. Each day, Brother Brooks or another team member would visit the Ministry of Education office in Suva to pick up a prearranged list of appointments for assemblies at different schools for the next day. The list would be divided among several teams composed of missionaries and national partners to be 18