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

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

  • News From Indiana! July 24, 2017 God is good all the time! And all the time God is good! We praise our great God that we have continued to see an abundance of fruit in the many things we are doing for God here.  Last week the weather here was extra hot which is not as good for us, but great for sharing the Gospel because more people are happily coming to get ice water for their physical needs and free eternal life with ...
  • Pictures From The Forest Angels Adventure in Ocala! July 24, 2017
  • The Trinidad Team Has Arrived Safely July 24, 2017 The Trinidad Team has arrived safely at Debrief. They are getting settled into their dorm rooms before dinner tonight. Classes begin in the morning!
  • Tearful Goodbyes And Moving To A New City! July 24, 2017   The last week has been a very busy week!  On Tuesday, the 17th, we said goodbye to the church students we have been teaching in the evening.  With almost a one-on-one teacher to student ratio and the students being a little older (around 10 to 16), we grew really close.  Tears were shed by both teachers and students.  We had gifts for all the students of candy and a small English storybook, and ...
  • Buckets Aren’t Just For Bathing And Laundry! July 24, 2017 Being that electricity goes off and on frequently, it's hard to keep pumping the water out of the holes being dug. Now that we are close to five feet into the ground, we are taking all the water from the nearby rice fields! Every morning we have quite a bit of water in the pit. But that doesn't stop us! The kids grab their buckets and started getting the water out by hand. As soon as we ...
  • News And Pictures From Cambodia! July 24, 2017 Greetings from Cambodia!   Our team is finishing up our time here in Kampong Chnnang.  We had our last day of ministry today.  We presented at a nearby school.  There were probably 250 children there.  They were very responsive and did all the motions to the songs with us. The team had a great time with them.  BJ shared his testimony and Anna-Kate shared the Gospel through the colors of the Wordless Book ...
  • Greetings From Kazakhstan! July 24, 2017 Greetings from Kazakhstan! It is hard to believe that one week from today, we will be leaving for Debrief! Saturday was a good day on the project as we were able to finish the drywall in the sanctuary and clean it up to be ready for the services. The drop ceiling will need to be finished and painting continues in the classroom. Lord willing, we will get the sanctuary painted this week. The ...
  • The Missing Report from 7/18 for South Korea July 24, 2017 Last time we mentioned about Abby H.'s birthday starting with a breakfast celebration.  Later, the classroom she teaches in at the school, also had snack cakes and a candle to help her celebrate and the school bought pizza and chicken for us that day too.  In the evening, the church where we teach at night took us to see a Major League baseball game!  we were cheering for the home team - the Kia Tigers!  We ...
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