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Mongolia, North Asia
Population: 2,993,000
Chief of State: President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Chimediin Saikhanbileg
Christians: 1.7%
Evangelical Christians: 1.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 69.57 Years
Literacy Rate: 97.4%
Population Below Poverty Line: 29.8%
Refugees Living in Mongolia: 31

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Squashed in between Russia and China, Mongolia thrives by allowing religious freedom. A young democracy, this year Mongolia has struggled with accusations of corruption and protests demanding greater change. Mongolia’s economy continues to improve despite harsh winters. A third of Mongolia’s population lives in the capital, Ulaanbataar, while nearly half of the country's workforce is nomadic. In 1989, less than a handful of Christian Mongols lived in the country, while now 100,000 Christian Believers are thought to exist. In Ulaanbataar alone, there are approximately 200 Churches. In addition, there are small gatherings of Christian Believers in every province.

Praise Report
According to Operation World, “Christianity in Mongolia is a reality for the first time in modern history.” Praise God for the growing Church (The Bible, Acts 2:21).

Prayer Requests
The government was elected on the promise of bringing economic and social reforms. Pray that God will give them great wisdom to bring about changes necessary to bring blessing to the people (The Bible, Genesis 49:26).
While the Church has grown rapidly, the practice of ancient Shamanism has also experienced a resurgence. Pray that this spiritual stronghold will be uprooted (The Bible, 2 Corinthians 10:3-5).

Call to Salvation
Pray that those who are dissatisfied with the pace of progress, will also be dissatisfied with the spiritual state of the nation. May their hunger and thirst lead them to Jesus (The Bible, Isaiah 49:10).

Sources: WIN
Back to World Map
Mongolia, North Asia
Population: 2,993,000
Chief of State: President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Chimediin Saikhanbileg
Christians: 1.7%
Evangelical Christians: 1.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 69.57 Years
Literacy Rate: 97.4%
Population Below Poverty Line: 29.8%
Refugees Living in Mongolia: 31

Pray4Mongolia Facebook Page

Squashed in between Russia and China, Mongolia thrives by allowing religious freedom. A young democracy, this year Mongolia has struggled with accusations of corruption and protests demanding greater change. Mongolia’s economy continues to improve despite harsh winters. A third of Mongolia’s population lives in the capital, Ulaanbataar, while nearly half of the country's workforce is nomadic. In 1989, less than a handful of Christian Mongols lived in the country, while now 100,000 Christian Believers are thought to exist. In Ulaanbataar alone, there are approximately 200 Churches. In addition, there are small gatherings of Christian Believers in every province.

Praise Report
According to Operation World, “Christianity in Mongolia is a reality for the first time in modern history.” Praise God for the growing Church (The Bible, Acts 2:21).

Prayer Requests
The government was elected on the promise of bringing economic and social reforms. Pray that God will give them great wisdom to bring about changes necessary to bring blessing to the people (The Bible, Genesis 49:26).
While the Church has grown rapidly, the practice of ancient Shamanism has also experienced a resurgence. Pray that this spiritual stronghold will be uprooted (The Bible, 2 Corinthians 10:3-5).

Call to Salvation
Pray that those who are dissatisfied with the pace of progress, will also be dissatisfied with the spiritual state of the nation. May their hunger and thirst lead them to Jesus (The Bible, Isaiah 49:10).

Sources: WIN