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Letter from Mongolia: Gospel opportunities in the land of Genghis Khan

We are privileged that God called us to live and minister amongst the Mongolians in Mongolia. We first moved to Ulaanbaatar in April 1993. Then, we were young naïve Christians with a heart to be involved in what God was doing, although we weren’t exactly sure what that was.

Mark and Gillian Newham

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A participant in the Golden Eagle Festival in Mongolia which exists to demonstrate the culture of the Kazakhs to the world.

We arrived to find a country in transition. Seventy years of Soviet Socialism had ended in 1991 and people were hopeful that the nation would pass through the lean times and grow into a robust democracy. The church, which had been very small, was growing at an amazing rate as God brought gospel seed, planted years earlier, to fruition.