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

  • Zambia hospital outreach visits over 270 patients with 30 salvations March 24, 2017 Greetings in the mighty name of Jesus, On the 19th  of March two staff and seven BMW students took part in hospital ministry at the Ndola Central hospital. They were joined by local churches here in Ndola that send some church members to the hospital chapel to help pray for the sick. We were about 40 prayer worriers in all. We visited 8 different wings of the hospital. Teen Missions Zambia has been a part of hospital ministry here in Ndola for the past one ...
  • Two more Salvations during Uganda Outreach March 10, 2017 I greet you all in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. When we arrived at around 1:00 pm, we found the students had started praise and worship. We got a chance to share the word of God and the preacher was Sibomana Obadiah. We thank God because ever since we started going to the secondary school this term, we have seen the number of students increase and two students gave their lives to Christ. (Editor's Note: Please continue to pray for ...
  • Making Disciples in Uganda March 2, 2017 (as reported be our national Ugandan Staff) This last Sunday, the students had the opportunity of ministering in one of the local churches called Nakabango Pentecostal Assembly Of God.They were given the privilege of running the whole program right from praise and worship, teaching bible study and preaching in the main service. We had Harriet teach Bible study and Gerald Joseph spoke in the main service. Now when these students had just come to BMW, they never had the confidence of ...
  • Mike & Rena Reilly Newsletter (Winter 2017) March 1, 2017 Reilly Review Dear Friends and Family, The year 2016 came and went.  We’re not sure how that happened, other than we traveled a lot! Then between traveling, a pile of work was waiting for us in Australia. There is nothing like a backlog of ungraded homework to make your day. Yet, we truly praise God for 2016 and all that He allowed us to be a part of and the growth which took place. As we look back over our year we ...
  • Matron Unit Girls Return to Dorm February 24, 2017 From our base coordinator:  We got all the new mattresses! The girls are returning to Sonrise tomorrow. The bathroom level has gown down enough. We are still going to have a dump truck come from Salima and completely empty it so it will last longer.   The BMW students have worked hard on getting the place cleaned up and putting things back in order. We still have things to do and the unit still needs to be rebuilt but hopefully, a ...
  • MacPherson, Todd & Rosemary Newsletter (Winter 2017) February 21, 2017 MacPherson's News Missionaries in Canada Dear Friends and Family, I had a newsletter written. I did... and I had every intention of sending it in on time with pictures. I like to at least try to get things in on time. And then something happened. Well, actually two things happened.               I was going to tell you about last year in detail. Truth be told though, it was average with a few changes that felt large. The Spindlers left in April last year, so ...
  • Chaffee, Timothy & Christi Newsletter (Winter 2017) February 21, 2017 Chaffee Chatter Dear Family and Friends,                           As some of you know, we are now full-time staff at Teen Missions Int’l headquarters in Merritt Island, Florida and have moved to our new home. We are adjusting well to our new surroundings. Rebekah enjoys the warm weather which has allowed her to ride her bike and visit the ocean in winter which she never got to do before. She also enjoys checking our porch each night for our frequent amphibian guest–Arlo the ...
  • Musentekwa, Kunda & Purity Newsletter (Winter 2017) February 17, 2017 News from the Musentekwas Missionaries in Zambia Greetings and happy New Year to you all—our family and friends. It's always with great pleasure that we write to you all the happenings of our ministry and all that God is doing in our lives and in the lives of the people we are ministering to. It has been raining heavily of late and we thank God because our crops have not been damaged even after our crops had been infested with army worms ...
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