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We are
in the remote western part of Mongolia and it is still one of the most
unreached countries in the world. Sometimes, we think that people around the
world know about Jesus thru TV and internet, but there are places where there is no electricity, and
people live in gers (urta), in a vast land of steppe. We’ve been here for five
years ministering to these people. It used to be a part of the soviet empire
and you, in some degree, feel the soviet influence but in that vacuum that was
created after soviet ideology, came in shamanism, Buddhism, so we can say that
people are messed up in their minds and especially, we worry about children, who
are raised in this environment because the future of Mongolia is related to
these kids.
Mission
Eurasia serves in this vast territory in order to bring a new future for the
country where. That’s why we are investing in the young generation of Mongolian
people and also in leaders through school without walls initiative, training
how to lead, training nationals how to lead so that they will serve effectively
to their own people. What is unique about this camp is that the national
leaders are organizing and running the camp, and so we and the teams from
Siberia they are here just to help local leaders.
I think
many countries that have been liberated from the soviet ideology or influence,
first generation is receiving the gospel somebody came here and shared the
gospel and they were gaining and they were thankful for that. But the second
generation of Christians here need to give / serve—I’m talking about local
national leaders who need to teach and train others and formulate create
national teams of ministry.

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We see
that in Mongolia there are a lot of changes, there are a number of people who
stick to those traditions and you can hardly change those traditions but young
people, especially kids, they are open, they are malleable, its like clay in
your hands, you can still form, it is a kind of material, that you can create
something out of it so we prefer to work with those who are teachable, open to
changes, so we need to invest in those kinds of people. Because what footprint
you will leave in their lives, in this fresh clay, that will remain till the
end.

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