East Asia

Mongolia

After seventy years of Communist rule, Mongolia has been experiencing democratic freedom for almost thirty years now. The church has been growing, but the vast majority of Mongolians would consider themselves Buddhists or secularists. About half of the entire population lives in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city, and the other half live as nomads and herdsmen throughout the countryside. MB Mission workers are involved with a rural community development project in northern Mongolia that focuses on agriculture and permaculture development as they share the Gospel with people in the surrounding communities.

Please pray:

• For more workers to proclaim the Gospel in Mongolia

• For the growth and strengthening of the Mongolian church, that leaders would be effectively trained and new churches would be successfully planted throughout the country

• That community development projects would continue to thrive and Mongolians would embrace the opportunity to serve their country through agriculture, health care and counselling

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