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Glory in Mongolia

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Foreword by Ralph Winter
Preface
Introduction

  • 1. The Mongol Khans Hear of Christ
  • 2. Jesus Christ? Who is Jesus Christ?
  • 3. What Do You Have to Tell Me?
  • 4. Baptism
  • 5. Urbana and the JESUS Film
  • 6. Signs, Wonders & a Church is Born
  • 7. Communion
  • 8. The Premier
  • 9. The Church Explodes
  • 10. Partnership & a Grain of Wheat
  • 11. Burkham & the Master of the Universe
  • 12. A Love Story in Ehdenet
  • 13. Koreans, German & Kindergartens
  • 14. 1996: An Election & the New Testament
  • 15. Hamagui, Spiritual Warfare & Fasting
  • 16. Starfish, Street Kids & Aase
  • 17. The Mongolian Evangelical Alliance & a Seminar
  • 18. Zorig & a Day in Parliament
  • 19. The Bible


Epilogue
Bibliography
About the Author

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Book Format: Paperback
by: Rick Leatherwood (Author)
In the mid-1980s, Mongolia was locked behind the walls of communism with no known believers living within its borders. The door to Mongolia began to open on January 28, 1987, when diplomatic relations with the United States were established. Soon after, an American tourist led a Mongol to the Lord, and a year later, another Mongol came to Christ. From these humble beginnings, Glory in Mongolia tells the remarkable story of a movement that now numbers more than 50,000 Mongols proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord.

Additional Details

  • Pages: 236
  • Publisher: William Carey Library
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publish Year: 2006
  • ISBN: 9780878083688