A Brief History of the Church in Mongolia

In 1990 the Mongolian Church consisted of only four believers. Ganbold Noosov was one of the first believers in Darkhan, the second largest city in Mongolia at the age of 16. First generation believers worked to build the Body of Christ in Mongolia and by 2006, that number grew to 40,000  believers. This is 10,000 time or 1,000,000% growth within 16 years. According to a survey in 2013, there were more than 80,000 believers in Mongolia itself. The number doubled within 9 years.


Our Vision

To see the fullness of Christ expressed through the corporate function of the ministries to orchestrate a worldwide penetration of Gospel

Our Mission

To facilitate the proper functioning of the fivefold (Eph. 4:11) ministries teams under apostolic leadership and government

  • To Reach out to the nations (especially to the Mongolians around the world)
    • To establish strategic planning in regions
    • through roundtables, research, and relationship
  • To bring the church into maturity
    • Through relationship, making disciples
      • With edification, synergy, prophetic encouragement creating an oasis for the Body (Eph 4:16 – building the Oasis centers in the regions)
    • To equip the believers for the ministry
      • With the training toolbox of a 2-year program
        • School of Theology
        • Publications
        • To equip the next generation (4-16)
    • To grow the Body to be a corporate entity building strong leadership through discipleship
    • Preparing harvest workers
    • Planting new churches
    • Sending missionaries into other nations

Our Value

We hold the unity of ministry in one Lord, one faith and one Spirit, passion, love and loyalty


“We will not use people to build our ministry, but we use our ministry to build people.”


Mission Fields: Mongolian Diaspora Mission Ministry

  • China
  • Russia
  • Afghanistan
  • Iran (more than 20 type Mongol ethnic groups)
  • Mongolians in other countries
    • South Korea – Seoul, Pusan
    • USA – Chicago, Washington DC, Denver, LA, SF, Seattle, Oakland, Boston
    • Europe – Hungary, Germany, UK, Sweden
    • Ch. Republic, Austria

Mongolian Churches in the USA

Chicago, Washington DC, Denver, LA, SF, Seattle, Oakland, Boston.

House Churches/Small Groups

NY, North and South Carolina, Kansas City, San Diego, Tampa PA

Every year, in the USA, new gathering places, Mongolian churches and/or small groups are on the increase.  And there are about 17 churches/groups with 600 believers.