Enkhtuya’s story of coming to faith and how God used her struggle with debt to impact people in Mongolia is powerful.
Two Baptist missionaries help herdsmen in Mongolia find solutions to challenges. They work closely with Cru to make a lasting impact.
A Mongolian basketball player earns the respect of his coach and teammates through taking a bold stand for his faith.
A lieutenant in Mongolia tells us how he reaches out to his regiment.
Enkhee is a medical doctor in Mongolia. She made hospice care her focus because she wanted to impact whole families with the love of Christ. Now she trains other doctors to show Christ’s love to patients with chronic conditions and their families.
In 1989 there may have only been 4 Christians in all of Mongolia, according to Operation World. Now there are more than 40,000 believers, all of them first generation Christians. Amra Charal Enkhsaikhan is one of them. She is the first in her family to follow Jesus Christ.
A young teacher in Mongolia prays for her students every time she erases the blackboard. She wants to help reach Mongolia’s 40,000 teachers. She has three tips for new teachers.
Top executive, Todd, was once considered to be unreached. Now he helps the unreached around him find their way to Christ.
Just a few years ago, an independent young woman sat at her desk in Austin, Texas contemplating what her missions pastor has said that weekend in church, “Why would you not go to the unreached nations to share the good news of Jesus?”
Nathan headed to campus on a breezy April afternoon in East Asia. He was paired with an American student – Amon – who was visiting on a spring break vision trip. Nathan and Amon hoped to make friends with students and share the gospel.
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