Located in Northern Asia, between China and Russia
Buddhism, Shamanism, and Islam are recognized as Mongolia's main religions, but certain religious freedoms are granted to all people. There are some restrictions on foreign religious workers, but Mongolia is effectively one of the most open countries in Asia with limited government interference in Christian work.
Short summaries and statistics for ministry in Mongolia.
Though less than 1% of the people are believers, Mongolia’s political and economic freedom has opened the door for a quickly growing church led by young new leaders.
Cru’s Nations movement gains momentum by taking its first international trip as 3 Native American students travel to Mongolia.
During a FamilyLife camp in northern Mongolia, five husbands indicated decisions to follow Christ.
After years of being miserable a musician accepts Christ through Cru in Mongolia and commits to telling other musicians that there is no loneliness in God’s presence.
Interview with a Mongolian Doctor
Simple Solution Helps a Partnership
How Partnership Can Affect Real Change
Being the Face of Jesus in Hospice Care
How God Used One Woman’s Debt
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