Mongolia – Asia

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

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Upcoming Missions Trips to Mongolia (Follow links below…) MissionTripsBrown

No scheduled trips to Mongolia at this time… Check back later for updated plans for this country…

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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, several 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

  • Overseas base update Malawi (Fall 2016) November 11, 2016 dsc04405SONRISE PALMS MATRON'S UNIT in MALAWI We are doing a Bible study with the girls because some of them still do not know how to share with others about Christ. So we are encouraging them to love God, and walk with Him in every area of their lives. We are also doing the Bible study because some of the girls do not yet know Jesus as their personal Savior. We are hoping that through the study their hearts will be stirred, ...
  • Overseas Mission update Zambia (Fall 2016) November 11, 2016 dsc04822CORNERSTONE MATRON'S UNIT in ZAMBIA On the 10th of July, we had a patient brought in by the name of Charity Mwanza and she had sores all over her body. The sores were infected, and it looked like it was fungal. I got an antiseptic soap and washed her, and then applied Calmospetine cream on the sores. We told her family to continue to bring her in for treatments. The girl is now doing very well, and there are only a ...
  • Smith, Loretta Newsletter ( Fall 2016) November 10, 2016 p1020313Smith’s Stats        Fall 2016 Greetings from Mongolia, where fall has started! The leaves are falling, jackets are needed, and I am finally reaching for that blanket at the end of my bed. Seems so weird for me, not sweating, no mosquitoes. Hey, I’m not complaining. That may come later when the cold hits. Not sure where I left off from my last letter, on a different computer so no record of the old letter. After many country changes as to where I ...
  • Shrock, Jason & Karen Newsletter (Fall 2016) November 10, 2016 wbnqylShrocks on the Rocks Shrocks on the Rock Sept 2016 Many people ask us what we do as missionaries so we invite you to walk a week in our footsteps. Monday: Each weekday morning starts with chapel at 8 a.m. and we all take turns leading a song and sharing the Word. After getting the volunteer teacher at the taxi drop, we do a longer staff meeting over coffee and plan for the week and look at schedules. Then we are off to ...
  • Lette, Shanty Newsletter (Fall 2016) November 10, 2016 untitled-2Shanty's Adventure Shanty’s News Job 8:7 “And though your beginning was small, yet your latter end would greatly increase.” Dear Friends and Family, I am thanking God for His loving kindness. It’s been a wonderful year and God has been busy doing miracle after miracle in my life. A couple of months ago in January, I was doing Saturday outreach ministry with the South Africa Bible, Missionary & Work Training Center (BMW) students and we went to a place where the drunkards always ...
  • Buaya, Tia Newsletter (Fall 2016) November 10, 2016 untitled-1News from Tia TIA'S NEWSLETTER Winter is gone—I'm gonna miss it. And this is the last winter I experienced here in South Africa. It's seems like I'm not ready yet for the summer. My heart is full of joy and thanksgiving to God for what He has done in my life since I dedicated myself to be His instrument for His glory, when I was a student. It was in 2006 and until now He took me to another place and ...
  • MacPherson, Todd & Rosemary Newsletter ( Fall 2016) November 10, 2016 visiting-opaMacPherson's News Dear Friends and Family, I would like to make an apology for not sending out a newsletter before the summer. Nothing major kept me from it, just poor planning and maybe taking care of three little children. So, because I didn’t tell you sooner, I’d like to inform you of some changes that happened at the Teen Missions in Canada base. The Canadian base has been reduced to just the MacPherson family for now. Around April/May the couple that was ...
  • Likambo, Godwill & Natalia Newsletter (Fall 2016) November 10, 2016 bweek-37  Likambo Letters September Update: Likambo Letters Looking Ahead It’s no secret that the last few months have been a struggle. Despite being separated from my husband since May and continuing to be separated until early December, I am thankful that God allowed me to be in the US when my health issues struck. Thankfully, my stent has FINALLY been replaced, though it was more than overdue. Now that it’s been replaced, I feel a bit more active and can actually manage ...
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