Mongolia – Asia

Welcome to the Mongolia — Asia base of Teen Missions International!

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Mongolia English – Teen Missions Trip (Summer 2018)

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History & Ministries at Mongolia Base

Teen Missions in Mongolia is a small operation with an office in Ulaanbaatar and a Boot Camp property in Jigjid.  Each year, staff from the United States and Australia travel to Mongolia to help the national staff member and volunteers run the Boot Camp during the months of July and August.

The Land & People of Mongolia

Mongolia is a large but little-known country positioned between China and Russia.  It is one of the highest countries in the world, with an average elevation of over 5,000 feet.  The ancient Mongol empire, the largest dynasty the world has seen, was founded in this area and Genghis Khan is still held in high regard as a symbol of strength and unity.  The population is around three million, many of which live a nomadic lifestyle raising livestock.  One-third of the population lives in the capital city, Ulaanbaatar.  The major languages of Mongolia are Khalkha Mongol, Turkic, and Russian.  Tibetan Buddhism is the largest religion.

Latest News

Mongolia Team Members

  • Ecuador Preteen Update July 13, 2018 We have had a busy week working on the fence around the perimeter of the Teen Missions base here in La Concordia! The kids have been working hard putting in posts, running the fencing out along the line, pulling it taut, and affixing it to the posts. We have also been able help with other projects and accomplish a lot! We have helped prepare the site of the septic tank, laying block and backfilling the site for the building floor, ...
  • Ecuador Teen Update July 13, 2018 Hello everyone! We are happy to report that the work is going well. We laid sand in the pit that we dug for the septic tank, and now we are putting down a layer of rock. Team members are picking up rock by hand to load in wheelbarrows because trying to use shovels to do it actually destroys the shovels. You might think they'd be bummed about picking up all that rock by hand, but as Caleb said, "I'm gonna ...
  • Taiwan Update July 13, 2018 Typhoon Maria came and went.  All of the rain that our area got came during Tuesday night while we were sleeping.  We awoke Wednesday morning to a wonderfully cool morning. VBS started off strong, but on Wednesday we were missing many children due to illness.  In Taiwan, if more than three people are confirmed to have an illness in a large gathering such as ours, the event has to be cancelled.  We were notified late last night that VBS would ...
  • Salama from Madagascar MSSM!!! July 13, 2018 This week has been our first full week on the circuit and it has been so fun! Monday was the designated day off for the week, so the team members had work projects in the morning that consisted of mixing concrete and block laying for the security wall around the base while a few helped saw boards for the frames for the wall. In the afternoon the team members caught up on verses and cleaning around the base. Tuesday was an ...
  • Testimonies from Ethiopia July 13, 2018 Hello Family and Friends! Ethiopia has been great so far, we’ve met the orphans for the buildings we are working on and it has been such a blessing to spend time with them. Thank you all for your continued prayers and support. Jason B Africa is such an amazing place. It’s been quite an adjustment but the Lord has given me his strength and I am growing closer to him. My teammates and I are working very hard and the Lord has ...
  • Things are moving along quickly here at TTT! July 13, 2018 Things are moving along quickly here at TTT! This week has been really exciting for the team as we have begun our fair evangelism. After our 3 days of training we all set our on Monday afternoon for Wayne, Gibson, and Richland County Fairs. Each night there is a new group of teenagers at each fair giving them all a chance to experience the different dynamics. We were so excited to find our that our team is on fire for ...
  • Pressing on in South July 13, 2018 The work project on the Life-Sized replica of the Old Testament Tabernacle has progressed steadily. The north side of the courtyard fence posts are now up and the east side should be up tomorrow. We have two sets of scaffolding setup to assist with raising the walls and the first corner went up this afternoon. A large area of grass and scrub bushes inside the courtyard has been cleared and the team began clearing the area for the visitor tent ...
  • Hello from Southern Madagascar! July 13, 2018 Since we last wrote so much has gone on.  As leadership we have concluded that we have an amazing team full of hard working kids who have positive attitudes and are not prone to complain, which has been a HUGE blessing in our first few days here! When we last sent our report, we thought we had arrived at the TMI base but we were actually 3 km from the base.  We waited at the side of the road for over ...
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