Grace Fabian

Grace Fabian served with Wycliffe Bible Translators, first in Mexico and then thirty-five years in the island nation of Papua New Guinea. Grace along with her husband, Edmund, lived in an isolated Nabak-speaking village in Papua New Guinea, learned the language, devised an alphabet, produced literacy materials and translated the Scripture for the 25,000 people speaking this language. All four of her children were born in Papua New Guinea. On April 29, 1993, Edmund was murdered while translating 1 Corinthians 13. Despite this, God’s kindness was poured out on her family, and she, along with committed Nabak men and women completed the translation. In 1998 the Nabak New Testament was dedicated to the glory of God. GapFill would like to offer you the opportunity to be a part of Grace’s team and buy a hymn book for a Nabak person or help contribute to her Papua New Guinea return trip.

Learn more about this incredible woman on her website.

Printing of the Nabak Hymn Book

COMPLETED - $4,250 Donated
Grace Fabian

Thank you GapFill donors!! Grace was able to return to Papua New Guinea and get the hymnals printed for her to take to the Nabak people. To God Be The Glory as the Nabak people sing His praises!!

Grace's Return to Papua New Guinea

COMPLETED - $5,400 Donated
Grace Fabian

Thank you GapFill donors!!! Grace was able to return to the Nabak people in January 2013 and was not only able to encourage them in their walk with Jesus but also had new hymn books in hand so they can continue to sing Praises to our Lord Jesus. Thank you, thank you, thank you!! We are overwhelmed with the generosity of so many who shared in Grace's passion. Learn more about this amazing woman in GapFill's blog