Imagine living in the world’s coldest capital city, with an average annual temperature of 31F! Imagine living in the world’s most sparsely populated country, with nearly half its population in the capital city. Imagine living halfway around the world in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, city of 1.3 million.
When the Marxist regime fell in 1990, there were only ten known Christians in Mongolia. Today there are an estimated 40,000 believers, and the church continues to grow. While the recent church growth is substantial, Mongolia is still vastly unreached with less than two percent Christian.
According to Operation World, Mongolia is “one of the most open countries in Asia with limited government interference in Christian work.” A DNI family uses greenhouse development and hockey training camps to build relationships with the community and plant seeds of truth.