Welcome to the Particularbaptist.com wider church awareness page on Mongolia. Here you can find out what we know concerning the continuing work of the Lord in Mongolia (especially from a Particular/Reformed Baptist perspective).
At the moment there are no Reformed works to my knowledge in Mongolia. If you know of any please let us know.
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The capital of Mongolia is Ulan-Bator. Mongolia has regained its independence, having been dominated by the communists and the former Soviet Union. Religion was heavily persecuted by the communist, but now Mongolia enjoys religious freedom.
Mongolia was once the greatest nation in Asia, with Genghis Khan as leader. The empire of Genghis Khan stretched throughout Asia into Central Europe during the early third of the 1200's. However, in later centuries it was dominated by China until it broke free of Chinese influence in 1911. By 1921 Mongolia had become a communist country under the influence of the early Soviet government. Mongolia again became independent in 1990 when it was finally able to
throw off communist rule.
The population of about 2.5 million people are mainly Bhuddhists (90%), with a smaller mix of Muslims and native beliefs. 85% of the population are Mongols, 7% Turkic and 8% are of various ethnic backgrounds.
It is believed that there may be as many as 20 000 believers in Mongolia. Though there is freedom of religion in Mongolia, nationalist Bhuddist movements are a cause for concern and a possible future threat to Christians of Mongolia.
Random Thoughts - Mongolia Posts
The link below is to my Random Thoughts Blog and the Mongolia category there:
Perhaps you are wondering what you can do to support the ministry in Mongolia? What you can do is one or more of the following:
- Pray regularly for the ministry.
- Give of your money to assist in meeting the various needs of the churches.
- Send an email or letter of support to believers in Mongolia.
Please let us know if you have been able to support the work in Mongolia via email at:
Also contact us if you have any other ideas of how people might be able to assist the ministry.