JBI is now accepting student applications!
We encourage you to quickly submit your application so that you may have adequate time to prepare for the next school year. Thank you. Download your STUDENT APPLICATION in Bislama here.
Or fill out an online Bislama application here: ONLINE APPLICATION
We also need a recommendation from your pastor. You may download it separately here: PASTOR’S RECOMMENDATION
These forms may be typed and send by email to email@example.com, or you may print them and mail them to:
Joy Bible Institute
P. O. Box 808
Port Vila, Vanuatu
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Category Archives: Campus Improvements
Small projects around the new JBI classroom building have continued. On one side of the classroom building, a new retaining wall was built to stop erosion and flooding from the hillside above. Pastor Peter Avock ‘07 JBI Grad, returned for … Continue reading
On February 24, 2012, a small ceremony was held to mark the opening of the new JBI classroom building. The building has a teacher’s resource and conference room, two classrooms and public restrooms. JBI teachers and students gathered to witness … Continue reading
It was a tremendous boost to our construction project to have two construction teams come from the USA in 2011. New Life Church of Kokomo, Indiana, and Life Church, Fishers, Indiana, laid all the block walls and then a few … Continue reading
With the interruption of Cyclone Jasmine last week, we obviously got a couple more days behind in our construction schedule…it didn’t help that some of the bathroom fixtures did not fit properly and we are still trying to get them … Continue reading
We are gaining momentum once again after the Christmas and New Year’s slowdown. Tile is going up on the bathroom walls and floors right now and this is very exciting! Christmas sales were timely, as I was able to purchase … Continue reading
We are so thankful to have the funds to complete our new classroom building at JBI, thank you so much to ActioNow and everyone who sent in end-of-the-year donations! December was very hectic as we juggled the little money-on-hand, bought … Continue reading