Mongolia: Evangelism, Orphan-Care, and Loving Those Entrapped in Addictions and Sex-Trafficking
Every other summer, Fellowship sends a short-term team to Mongolia. Mongolia is considered an unreached nation with only 2% of the population being Christian. Fellowship partners with a ministry called Streams in the Dessert, that ministers to those entrapped in prostitution by offering them a way out by teaching them skills in sewing and jewelry making and employing them in fair trade businesses they have set up. Streams also ministers to the women spiritually by teaching daily devotionals, taking the women to church, sharing the gospel with them, and discipling them.
Another ministry that Fellowship joins up with while in Mongolia is called Teen Challenge which ministers to men who struggle with addictions to find freedom in Christ. We also have the opportunity to visit an orphanage and love on the children living there, visit the only burn unit in the country to pray with, love on, and pass the gospel out in Mongolian to the patients and families within the unit, visit a hospice center to also pray with and pass out the gospel to those in their final hours, and visit a prison to share our testimonies and pray for those who have just been arrested off the streets.
If you are interested in applying to Fellowship’s short-term mission trip to Mongolia, please click here.
Mongolia Mission Trip at a Glance
- Trip Dates: July 19th - July 29th, 2019
- Cost: Around $2,500 (depending on the cost of airfare)
- Vaccines Needed: Hep A, Hep B, Typhoid, and up to date on MMR and DPT
- Trip Requirements: Participate in four team meetings (one meeting per month leading up to trip), a local service outreach day, a debrief meeting after returning back from your mission trip, and complete all required reading. An annual background check through Ministry Safe is also a requirement.