Dreams Coming True for Two

Praying for the Lost Joshua* lives in one of the Central Asian countries with a name ending with “stan.” Recently we talked over Skype and he told me that he had been invited to lunch with Andrew, a fellow missionary. As he arrived he was happy to see some local men were there too. Joshua sat with a young man and... Continue Reading →

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First Own People, Now to Others

Bayaraa’s Story For 70 years, my country was under Russian Communism. We were not allowed to believe in any religion. Many of us secretly believed in Buddhism. The Communist regime collapsed, and Mongolians embraced Democracy. That allowed us to have a freedom to embrace different religions and beliefs. For the first time, after being a... Continue Reading →

Multiplying Movements

This is what multiplying Disciple-Making Movements among the unreached looks like to us: From the province of Dadal, near the birthplace of Genghis Khan, came a delegation of Buryat followers of Jesus. Four years after the birth of the first Buryat church in Mongolia they arrived at the annual Mongolia Mission Center (MMC) Conference in... Continue Reading →

When Khalkh-Mongolians Reached the Buryats

This is what a Disciple-Making Movement looks like to us: What a privilege it was to oversee the first-ever baptisms in Erdenet, Mongolia! The body of believers grew from the fourteen young women we first baptized to 400 baptized believers meeting in 27 house churches. There were a handful of second-generation churches in the region,... Continue Reading →

Rapid Growth in Mongolia

More from Mongolia on what an emerging movement looks like: a story from one of YWAM’s pioneer church planters. At the start of 1990 Mongolia was the only country on Earth with no known followers of Jesus Christ. March 1990, Mongolia opens its doors to foreign missionaries. June, the first two Mongolian disciples are baptized. Within a few... Continue Reading →

To the Ends of the Earth

Pray and Go…to the Ends of the Earth Jesus told us we were to be His witnesses to the ends of the earth. One night in the early 1980s, our YWAM staff in Tacoma, Washington gathered to hear stories from two friends who had returned from a short-term outreach to the mysterious land of Mongolia. To us,... Continue Reading →

Every Nation, Tribe and People?

Revelation 7:9 “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands.” Every nation, tribe, people? Yes, we want to... Continue Reading →

Multiplying Satsangs in India

Rohit*, a young Indian YWAMer began to lead a team serving among the Bhojpuri People of North India. His goal and the goal of the team has been to empower Hindu people to become obedient disciples of Jesus and to help them start a transformational disciple-making movement. Beginning in the year 2000, they saw good... Continue Reading →

To Reach Refugees, Trust the Holy Spirit

Amid the great needs in refugee communities there are also great opportunities. In 2001, a YWAMer from South Africa named Steve*, and his small team began to work toward sparking a disciples-making movement among Iranian refugees in the Netherlands. In one year, there were 30 new believers. The movement grew considerably, reproducing disciples and new... Continue Reading →

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