Next 3 Days

[I wrote this three days ago and posted it to our blog. Unfortunately it never actually posted. We are busy packing and cleaning now and don’t have time to write a new post, so I guess try to read this as if we still had three days left. At this point it is closer to three hours!]

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This post is not about the next 3 days.

In the next three days we will be wrapping up conversations, packing up clothing, and saying good bye to the friends we have come to love over the last two and half months. God will use the next three days, undoubtedly. But as much as can happen in three days, our thoughts are already moving to the time thereafter. What has happened here is remarkable. That God chose to take 30+ odds and ends of college students and graduates to entrust with the founding of a new, fresh, young-persons church in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia remains baffling but wonderful.

We have been changed forever by this summer and we hope that you have been as well. It has been several weeks since we last updated the blog (sorry, no pictures) and many miraculous things have happened. A week ago we sat in a team meeting, tired, wondering how much will we had left to press forward and how much we would be leaving behind. As a team, under the encouragement of our leaders, we chose to press into God and put all our energy into the last week we had left. God honors our hearts when our hearts are to honor Him.

The result of our pressing in is a week that has seen as much fruit as perhaps the last four weeks combined. Unexpected meetings leading to jubilant salvations. New believers sharing the gospel and seeing multiplication. Powerful worship times and deep searching of the heart. It is a testimony to the truth of God’s word that we feel more refreshed now, after exerting all our effort, than we did a week ago. Isaiah 40:31 says

Yet those who wait for the LORD Will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, They will run and not get tired, They will walk and not become weary.

We have run full force, and, although our bodies are tired, our spirits are fresh.

At this point I think it is worth leaving the testimonies until we see you face to face. But know that you are in our thoughts and, while we are sorry to be leaving Mongolia, we can not wait to see you guys!

Please keep praying as we finish our last days of the trip and head home. Ask specifically that the LORD guards our hearts and our unity during the plane ride and long layover in Korea. We will need a lot of grace to stay grace-filled over the travel. Also pray that our weeks back home would refresh us before school and that we would keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, not giving ourselves too much license during our brief retreat from work.

Thank you all again. We love you and miss you.


Antioch Mongolia, College Team, Summer 2013

Retreat Summary

Hello to our faithful friends, families, and followers! Today is our second day back from the retreat we took from Tuesday to Thursday this week. Over 100 people, primarily Mongolian youth, came to our retreat at Goichurt camp ground for a massive, life-changing, three-day trip. I doubt that this short blog post will be able to fully communicate the testimonies of our time at Goichurt. 

First, the fact that over 70 Mongolians showed up for the camp is a testimony to God in itself. We had planned transportation for around 25-30, so some last minute scrambling had to be done to accomodate the additional 40! Once we got to the camp we knew we had arrived somewhere special. Set up in memory of a Korean missionary who died before making it long-term to the field, the camp is nestled between rolling hills on the banks of a wide, shallow, and crystal clear river. The beautiful location was only the beginning, however. Our first night there was inaugurated with a powerful worship session and a message on God’s father heart for us (given by Ben Moss). Our ministry time with the Mongolians was intimate and powerful. Many Mongolians come from broken homes or abusive fathers, so hearing about their heavenly Father who believes in them, loves them, and delights in their futures is revolutionary and life-changing. One Mongolian who goes by Dave commented afterward, “Jesus’ love is infinity.” 

The second day began by our own Lauren Seibert sharing on her experience spending time with Jesus. Following the message we split up into groups and spent 40 minutes worshipping, reading the word, and praying for each other. After lunch Hannah Franzen shared on baptism, it’s biblical mandate and God’s heart behind it. Following our model of teaching by action, we then went down to the river and opened up the next hour for anyone who wanted to be baptized. Ten believers, ranging from some who had just heard and others who had been Christian for years but never fully committed, were baptized in the ice-cold river.

Our day was not over yet though! After eating dinner that night, Brandon Seibert shared for a full hour and a half on the gifts and person of the Holy Spirit. As we have previously written about, Mongolians are well acquainted with the spiritual realm. Shamanism and Tibetan Buddhism are very prevalent here and their activity impacts every Mongolian household. However, there is no person or spirit on earth or in heaven that can compare to the Holy Spirit. While it was incredible to see new believers praying to receive the gift of tongues, prophesy, and healing, what was even more powerful was seeing them fall in love with God–the Holy Spirit. Mongolia is a battlefield in the spiritual realm, and a church without the power of the Holy Spirit is crippled in its mission.

Early Thursday, we woke up to a chilly Mongolian morning. No temperature could stop us from climbing the mountains around the camp and spending time with Jesus. Not every Mongolian there did, but for many it was their first morning spent in the presence of the LORD…alone. These personal quiet times have changed the lives of every member of our team. For those Mongolians who persevere in seeking Jesus daily it will change their lives as well. The sermon that morning was given by Josh Crosslin, the head pastor at Antioch Mongolia. In an eloquent sermon, he shared the vision of the church, from the simple roots of the gospel to the strategic mission of evangelizing central Asia. Proverbs 29:18 says it clearly, “without vision the people perish.” The vision of Antioch Mongolia is certainly intimidating, but anything less would be an insult to the sovereignty of God. 

While the trip was certainly incredible, there is one specific area that we are asking for prayer. Of the ten baptisms on Wednesday, eight were women and the two that were men were both Americans on our team. We rejoice the same whether women or men give their lives to Jesus, but we are also praying that the men who have gotten connected with the church would take the bold step of baptism as well. In Mongolia, it is very significant for believers to be baptized. It represents the commitment of the individual to follow Jesus and Jesus alone with their whole lives.

This Sunday the entire church service will be devoted to baptism. Please pray that the men at the church who have not been baptized would stand up and be men; make a decision for their entire lives to be given to knowing Jesus and making Him known. 

We love you all and are as always grateful for your support and covering on this trip. Thanks for praying for the retreat; God heard your prayers!

Although two weeks is far too short of a time to wrap up our trip, we are all excited to see each and every one of you once again. And letting go of our relationships and positions here in Mongolia is forcing us to trust in God’s hand in leading the church.

Believing for even more incredible testimonies of His faithfulness in the next couple of weeks. We will keep you updated!

From Mongolia with love!

ACM Mongolia 2013


Upon reviewing the title of this post I realized that it gives the impression of surrender or flight from a battle. In fact, the truth is quite the opposite. Today (in 1 hour to be exact) our team is leaving Ulaanbaatar along with 20-30 young Mongolians to take a retreat in the countryside. We will be gone from 6 o’clock Tuesday evening to 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon and those 45 hours in between will be filled with prayer, worship, the gospel, and, on Wednesday afternoon, baptism of new believers.

This trip is the culmination of weeks of reaching out, sharing the gospel, building relationships, and lots of prayer by our team and by our families and friends. Over the next three days we will spend time alone with Jesus, pray to impart the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and share the Father heart of God. As we have shared before, our vision for this trip is not just a church, but a body of people who are equipped to reproduce their own lives by making disciples and multiplying the church. In everything our goal is to point each Mongolian friend away from ourselves and toward Jesus, who alone can sustain a movement that will last the test of time in Mongolia. In under three weeks we are leaving Mongolia and what we leave behind ultimately depends not on our own efforts but on the work of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of the people here.  While the church will be under the incredible leadership of the Crosslin family who live in Mongolia and will be supported by several of our friends who are staying here longer after we leave, the only leadership that lasts is the leadership of Christ and the only support that stands through the storms is Jesus, our cornerstone and foundation.

Please, if you read this before Thursday morning in America, choose to pray for our team and for the Mongolian’s who will be on the retreat. Many of them have already responded with joy and hunger for the gospel. But there is a depth and an intimacy with Christ that we have not been able to communicate or fully share over the lunches and game nights we have invited them to. This is our once-in-a-summer opportunity to change the course of a whole group of people’s lives.

I am sorry that there are no pictures in this post, but look forward in the next week not only to pictures, but to stories of God’s faithfulness and grace. He is going to impact the lives of our Mongolian friends and we get the privilege of being part of it!

Oh the grace of Christ that He chooses to use such simple and flawed creatures as ourselves to show His love and mercy and healing to this broken world!

We love each and every one of you and are so grateful for your support, encouragement, and love throughout our lives and during this trip. You have an inheritance along with each member of this team.

1 Month Anniversary

Hey family, friends, supporters, prayer-warriors, and all the others faithfully following our team.

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Last night marked one month since we stepped off the plane in Chinggis Khaan Airport, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It has been an adventure beyond what any of us imagined so last night we took the opportunity to recap on some of our favorite moments.

In the midst of this adventure our initial torrent of blog posts has turned into a trickle. While it is too late to catch all that has happened, all that God has done in the last several weeks, some of the stories from tonight presented themselves as perfect opportunities to fill you in on some of the details.

Benjamin Moss

Highlight: Meeting with the King

As you may have heard, our friend and leader Ben Moss was seriously injured last Wednesday while playing basketball with a bunch of our friends here. His kneecap was visibly torqued and hanging to the right of where a proper kneecap resides. After being rushed to a hospital and prayed over Ben was left alone in the room. As soon as the nurses and friends bustled out Ben felt the presence of the Lord enter the room.

Jesus walked into the room, stood next to him and Ben heard the words “Benjamin, I love you.” As soon as Ben heard it he felt a click and his kneecap popped back into place!

There is still a lot of healing to go, some of the cartilage that holds Ben’s kneecap in place is torn. So keep praying, but rejoice that God protects and heals His children!

Brandon Seibert

HIghlight: The Arts Meet Justice

Brandon Appearing on National Television!

Brandon Appearing on National Television!

Brandon is known for his intrepid style of interpersonal communication with strangers, as well as the favor it brings him in connections, however, the favor he has been receiving in connections with influential Mongolians in the arts (specifically music [coincidentally Brandon’s area of focus]) is nothing short of Divine (no joke).

Last Thursday Brandon had a chance to meet with Gee, one of the most popular rappers in Mongolia. While they have not gotten together yet since, Brandon already mentioned the problem of human trafficking. Gee’s response was explicitly and passionately against.

Yesterday Brandon met with a member of one of Mongolia’s first Metal Bands (not a believer) who now runs one of the largest music festivals in Mongolia. While he does not seem particularly interested in Jesus yet, he is definitely interested in the problem of human sex trafficking in Mongolia. Brandon, Ryan Thomas, and Thomas Wilson are planning to meet with him to work on a song to raise awareness for the issue and have also brought up the possibility of starting a festival in Mongolia devoted to stopping human trafficking.

We are bringing a team from America soon to start a branch of Antioch’s anti-human trafficking organization, Unbound. Seeing even unbelievers beginning to rise up against the injustice and the ground for their work being laid before they even arrive brings incredible hope to our team and the few believers here fighting against human trafficking.

Kaitlin Daugherty

Highlight: Seeing Aagi’s life multiplied into others.

Aagi is a Mongolian girl who was befriended by a member of the San Diego team. A week after they left she was at an english conversation group led by Daniel Wallace. Sitting with her in the somewhat dingy Indra Restaurant, Kaitlin Daugherty shared the gospel with her from start to finish. Kaitlin told Aagi how Jesus had chosen her, but also how Aagi had to choose Jesus back if she wanted to have Him in her heart. Aagi explained the entire gospel back to Kaitlin, then said yes-she wanted Jesus in her heart!

Not only did Aagi give her life to Jesus, but she immediately began to share with her family. The next day her sister gave her life to Christ also. Then, at our concert last Thursday at New York New York Pub and Restaurant, she was constantly going up to strangers there to strike up conversation and tell them about Jesus. This sunday she is bringing a friend who does not know about Jesus to church!

Seeing Aagi’s passion to tell others about her savior Jesus is exactly what we have been hoping and praying for-Mongolian young people being raised up to disciple and lead Mongolian young people in establishing a church for the nations!!!

Jeff James, Thomas Wilson, Elijah Maletz, & Brandon Seibert

Highlight: Dulguun meets the Holy Spirit

Hands opened to receive Christ into his heart.

Hands opened to receive Christ into his heart.

Really the entire team should be listed in this testimony because everyone played a part. This guy was a miracle. Elijah saw him with his friends on the street and felt like he was supposed to ask them where a store was. When he talked to them, Dulguun spoke great english and immediately asked Elijah if they could hang out. Eli didn’t even have his number, but Dulguun called him and wanted to come to our apartment. The next evening when he came over, our team just happened to be in the middle of an intense prayer and worship session. We were, in the truest sense of the phrase, going for it.

Dulguun stood there with Elijah, a little wide-eyed and confused, but really intrigued. Elijah explained what we were doing, and invited him to go to another room to talk, but Dulguun stopped him, “I feel something…so much peace in here. I want to stay here.” Then he got out a video camera and started videoing us.

After our team finished worshiping, they left for a night outreach, leaving Thomas, Elijah,  Brandon and Jeff for a band practice. But we never practiced.

Dulguun was showing us youtube videos of Mongolian rappers, and so we showed him a couple of Jesus-loving hip hop artists’ videos. Dulguun was intrigued because he felt something different from them. Then he stopped talking. He almost seemed frustrated.

“I don’t understand! Why do I feel this? Only one hour ago, I was outside, coming here, and I felt so…overwhelmed, and so many things on my mind, and so stressed, and just…I don’t know. But then I come here, and I feel so…at peace, and good! Why? Why do I feel this right now? I don’t understand!”

We told him plainly that the Holy Spirit is with us, and in us, and around us. Our house is filled with God’s presence and peace. It’s Jesus! Dulguun was amazed, and said he felt like he was at home, even though he was in an unfamiliar place. He wanted to know more about why he felt this way. This is when Brandon showed him the World Mandate 2012 dance video.

By the end of the video, Dulguun had a blank expression of awe on his face. As soon as the video stopped, he slowly turned to Brandon and, without saying anything, shook his hand. He was awestruck by the presence of God and didn’t know what to say.

While Dulguun was still in awe, we explained the gospel. Brandon showed him the gospel using a Mongolian bible. Dulguun read each verse out loud, understanding the truth more and more. Then we told him the reason Jesus came- because he loves us. Brandon looked Dulguun straight in the eyes and told him, “Dulguun, God loves you. Jesus loves you.” Dulguun sat silent for a moment, and then said, as if to himself, “I think…for the first time in my life, someone actually loves me.”

We told him more about the love of God- so much that Dolguun became overwhelmed. “There’s just one thing I cannot understand,” he said. “Why? Why does He love me? Why would he love me?”

Thomas told him he had been following Jesus a while and still did not understand. Only a perfect, holy God, could love people who are so broken. Dolguun told us that although he doesn’t quite get it, he can tell that it’s right. He could feel it to be true. He felt like it was too good to be true though, and said he thought he was dreaming.

Brandon asked him if he wanted to commit his life to Jesus, and thoroughly explained the weight of the decision. Dolguun understood that everything in his life would change. And he was hesitant to commit his life to Jesus. “This is so crazy,” he said. “I’ve been here for two hours, and everything has changed. I am not sure…but still, I want to trust this feeling.”

We told him to trust the truth. Feelings come and go, but the truth remains constant. Dolguun finally made his decision. “I want to follow Jesus.”

He prayed in Mongolian and accepted Jesus as his savior, and then we told him about the Holy Spirit. After laying hands on him and praying for him to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit, we also helped him hear the voice of God. He was blown away that he could have such a close relationship with God, to be able to hear his voice and be with him constantly. He kept smiling and looking around with wide-eyed wonder.

Since that day, he has begun sharing the gospel with friends and family. He hangs out with us, Elijah reads the bible with him and teaches him how to follow Jesus, and he still has the wonder of a child.

[The testimony of Dulguun was first posted on Thomas’ blog, and reposted with his permission]

As you can see, there have been incredible things happening here in Mongolia. God is on the move and where His presence is there is freedom. Praise the Lord we are blessed to be chosen as part of this adventure, and thanks to all of you for supporting, praying, and believing in all of us. We love you and hope you having great summers!


ACM Mongolia Team!

Testimonies of God’s Faithfulness

We apologize for the lack of updates recently! With our launch conference happening over the weekend, we’ve had all hands on deck helping put everything together!
We are all safe & love you, parents!

Here are some testimonies of the awesome things God is doing in our team in Mongolia:

Rachel Calhoun – 
Met with a girl named Oyuka, an English translator freshman at UBean Cafe. Amazing conversation. She opened up about her life right off the bat, I weaved in Jesus as much as I could. As I was looking for the deeper, open door, she talks about her sick father, and I get to explain how Jesus is powerful (even just saying His name is powerful).

We pray for her father, and I ask if there she sensed anything. She felt like there was another person with us–“I think there are four people here, one of them must be a good doctor, he had a clip board checking things off saying everything is good and will be okay”.

I told her that she really senses the spirit and asked if she has experience with other spirits. She told us stories about experiences with bad spirits, and I asked if I could share a story that can explain the spirits. I then got to share the entire gospel with her and who Jesus is!

She has not given her life to Jesus yet, but we plan to meet again!

Hannah Kurtz –
At a school we went to, 7th and 8th graders all prayed with Hannah and felt like someone’s leg was gonna be healed. The high schoolers then joined us. One person said their leg was hurting. They prayed for her, then she said her leg was hurting more. She still stayed around to the end and said she felt peace and saw mountains when Hannah played and sang songs. She then told Hannah this: she has bad asthma and heart problems. She then told us her life story. Hannah prayed for her foot again and she said it felt better! Hannah then shared the full Gospel with her.

Another girl was standing there quiet. She the said whenever the name of Jesus was mentioned she knew she wanted to know more.

Praise the Lord!

Kim Proctor – 
The language barrier definitely has been a hinderance in some cases here in Mongolia, but I recently met a girl who began to be very vulnerable with me in English. She shared her testimony and I related to literally everything she has been through exactly. It was just a sweet gift from God to be able to connect with this Mongolian girl so well and share with her how Jesus changed my life.

Also, at the grade school we visited, a few 8th grade girls basically fell in love with Moses–asking him to speak Korean & sing them songs on the guitar!
Many Mongolians also think that Lynette is (or looks like) Rihanna!

Ben Moss – 
In a moment where you feel like you don’t have anywhere to go: as I was basically stranded in the snow, I waited on god and asked what to do. I felt like I should follow some kids to the state department store. I got to the top of the escalator and this man came up to me and started talking. I mentioned Jesus and he asked is that “the place where you can go with no more sorrow and no more pain?”. I then told him about Jesus, and I learned that he was dirt poor. He asked if I had any food on me, and I was able to give him some apples. His face lit up like a million bucks.

Karlyn Murphy – 
Before i came on this trip I had gotten a picture of a mongolian women crying in front of me. When telling my testimony, I had finished and looked over and saw a Mongolian woman crying next to me.

That night all the women were touched and moved by my life testimony. I am so thankful God was able to use my life as a tool to bring people closer to Himself!

Day 5: Monday 5/27/2013

Monday 5/27/2013

This day was just a complete adventure. We really learned how to trust in Jesus to take us where He wants us to go!

The day started out completely planned. We were headed to the State Department Store in downtown Ulaanbaatar and decided to take the bus because it was cold & drizzling–big mistake. About 45 minutes had past on the bus ride & we only made it down the street from our hotel! After a bit more, we decided to get off and walk the rest of the way. We quickly walked past our bus stuck in traffic & since we only had about 30 minutes left before we were supposed to meet back at the hotel, we prayed for direction on where to go.

Taking cover under an awning in the snow

We took cover under a bank awning while our fearless leaders regrouped and prayed about what to do next.

At this point it had started snowing! According to a local on the bus, rain isn’t even common in UB at this time of the year, much less, snow. So there we were–running out of time, stuck in the snow, our plans not working out–so we prayed harder! After praying, a lot of people in the group felt as though we were to start walking back towards the hotel and stop at any coffee shops we see to share the Gospel.

Soon, we found a strip of stores, coffee shops, & pubs and walked in and shared the Gospel and invited people to our Open Mic Night this Friday. Though it didn’t turn out as we planned, this was one of our favorite and most fruitful outreaches! We met so many people that we felt like the Lord highlighted to us when we prayed. It was awesome. 

Snowing in downtown Ulaanbaatar

Here’s when it first started snowing in downtown Ulaanbaatar

Then we walked/ran back to the hotel in heavy snow! It was quite the adventure.

Kim's hair: a Winter Wonderland

The lovely Kim Proctor, modeling the latest in Mongol hairstyles

That night, we had something special planned for the guys (the girls got to do this on Sunday night). We drove to the edge of the city to spend the night in Mongolian Gers (more commonly known as yurts!). An incredible German woman named Ms. Sybille has put together a resting place for weary travelers. The beds in the gers were more comfortable than our hotel beds! The most incredible part was being able to sit with Ms. Sybille for over an hour and hear her life story. She has been through so much for the sake of bringing the Gospel to Mongolia. This night will stay with all of us for the rest of our lives for sure!

The guys with the incredible Ms. Sybille!

The guys with the incredible Ms. Sybille!

Inside the Ger

Inside the Ger

Gers with a snow covered backdrop

Gers with a snow covered mountains in the background

The guys after spending a night in the Gers

The guys after spending a night in the Gers



Days 3 & 4: Saturday & Sunday 5/25-26/2013

SATURDAY 5/25/2013

On saturday, we spent the day following up with locals we had met previously on outreaches. We invited most of them to play basketball and other sports with a group of us. We had 30 locals come out for our sports ministry! (As opposed to 10 the week before).

Other smaller groups of the team spent time with friends they met around the city. Landon, Lynette, Rachel, & Jeff were taken to visit Parliament and the huge Chinggis Khaan (Ghengis Khan) statue!

Hanging out with locals at the Parliament Building

A few of us with some new friends visiting the Chinggis Khaan (Ghengis Khan) statue at Parliament

Ulaanbaatar's Parliament

Ulaanbaatar’s Parliament

Most of the team spent Saturday evening at the church preparing for the Sunday service. We had a few of us team up with the Mongolian worship team for Sunday worship. We also had our drama team practicing to perform our drama sunday morning at church.
SUNDAY 5/26/2013

Our ride to church

We crammed 15 people into a 9 passenger van to go to church.

Sunday was an incredible opportunity for our team to experience an Antioch Mongolia church service made up of the members who have been faithful to this church for so long. We started the service with worship–Elijah led English songs on electric guitar along with Byaarbaat leading in Mongolian and Jeff playing the drums.

The old church building

This is where the has been located, we will move to a new location next week!

After worship, our drama team performed an incredibly moving representation of the Gospel and the free choice we have between a relationship with Jesus Christ and sin. Shortly afterward, visitors to the church were welcomed with a song and our team leaders–Ben Moss, Hannah Franzen, & Lauren Seibert–were [re]introduced to the church, where they got to share a little bit about what we’re doing here.

The view from the old church buildin

Mongolia, in it’s natural beauty! This is the view from where the old church building is located.

Because this is the last service before the young people move into the new building, the elder members of the church were asked to come to the front during the service. Once at the front, our local church leader shared about the lifelong sacrifices all the elderly had made in order to lay down a strong foundation for Antioch Mongolia. We then had all the young people in the church, including our team, come to the front to pray a blessing over the elderly–so many tears were flowing during this incredibly powerful moment of prayer!

Some elders of the church

Some of the precious elders who have sacrificially laid down the foundation for the current church!

After a powerful sermon from the pastor, church came to an end and we transitioned into a panel discussion we set up on the topic of discipleship. We had our three team leaders, as well as two members of the Antioch Waco SERVE team, at the front of the church explaining what it meant to intentionally disciple friends toward the heart of Jesus–teaching practicals on how to approach conversations about Jesus.

Boggie, Grace, Minja, & Justina

Some of our girls with our fellow Mongolians after church.

Jonathan Blair!

Jonathan, a man of steadfast character — also, a super cool guy!

After church, we had a special team lunch celebrating two team member’s birthdays–Robert Taff & Jeff James! The team got to individually encourage them as well as eat some great food at ARIZONA American Pub!

Mongolian hotel

A hotel down the street from our own

A photo taken on the walk back to the hotel from church

A photo taken on the walk back to the hotel from church

At the end of the day, our leaders had something special planned. We had separate guys’ & girls’ nights! The girls packed up and spent the night with a local member of the church and got to hear her incredible testimony. The guys got together and spent the evening out on Central Square with all the local Mongolian guys we had met and then ate dinner together where Landon got to share his powerful testimony with everyone.

Parliament building against the sunset

Central Square Parliament building against the sunset

God is certainly moving here in Mongolia! Please continue to pray that the language barrier be decreased (nothing is impossible for our Lord!) so we can get the message of the Gospel across clearly. It’s only a few more days until the second batch of team members arrive here in UB. 🙂

Parents & family, we miss & love you all!

-Mongolia Team
5/27/2013 10:05 AM