My last day in Mongolia was an adventure! Our meetings finished on Wednesday night, and Thursday I went with our host to visit a gert – the igloo- like dwellings that the nomadic people live in. Many town dwellers live in them as well, and we walked in the cold, crisp sunshine t
Greetings from the end of the earth! We are ministering this week in a city of about 70,000 in eastern Mongolia – where China, Siberia and Mongolia meet. I feel like I’m in a National Geographic special – what a different world this is! People walking everywhere R
It’s a lovely, warm sunny Sunday in UB. We attended a service at Torch church. About 35 young professional Mongolians who really love The Lord. The pastor and his wife are from California. The service was half English and half Mongolian. David preached on Jonah. We had sandwich
Ulaanbaatar is experiencing an unseasonably warm spell – 32 degrees today! And we are not complaining. Today Shirley and I presented the first of a two-day seminar for pastors’ wives and a few women pastors. Yes, there are women pastors in Mongolia. The number of church
Dear friends, 1) Please pray for Nomin and her family. David believes her family is being attacked by the enemy. Many bad things are happening and it doesn’t seem to be a coincidence. Nomin’s family is not saved. Nomin is a fairly new believer, is our GSM Administrator in
We’ve had a good couple of days. The meeting last night went well- about 125 people. Please keep praying. I’ve been sleeping well. Weather is cold but very sunny. Having trouble getting on the internet.
We are off to a great start! The first two conference sessions went well with about 125 mostly young adults present. The long trip has been worth it. We even have a “heat wave” with the temperature slightly above zero under sunny skies. Thanks for your prayers.