Friday, April 28, 2017

Fun, Field Trip, Food

Kids had fun playing with their friends from UB who came for last FLT.
Josiah enjoys a last ride on his favorite swing.
Girls with their friends on a field trip to a local felt slipper factory.
Meal to celebrate 4 months of basketball outreach ministry.
Baggie and Dawaa split a rack of mutton, I believe it was, to celebrate success and say goodbye.
May God get the glory from seeds sown on the playing field of faith.

Long Shadow on KAMA Service

This gate sign threw a symbolic shadow toward a main ministry space for the past 15 years.
Dawaa at the helm as manager to drive the transition church-based services.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Good Friday and Easter Sunday

The girls floated their boat at the river on Good Friday.  

The kids hunt for eggs, some of which were in trees.
Johanna and Clara join a dance group of girls celebrating the resurrection at church.
Maggie enjoys fellowship following the service with some hot dairy beverage or Pepsi?
He is Risen!

Monday, April 10, 2017

Fun and Games

The International Workers Kids School in Darhan held its end of the year party on Friday.  Seeing all the schoolwork was followed by a meal and games like this one, and line dancing (not pictured).

Jeremy's friends at the Iron Factory of Darhan invited him to play in a tournament in town.  Teams came from UB and Erdenet, but we defended our home court and got the gold!

Josiah and his friends Jimmy and Mercy get a lesson in archery from "Uncle Ryan" at the children's park on Saturday.  
Letting them chase the arrows reminds of two old friends from long ago, David and Jonathan. 

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Mongolian Alliance Church Meetings

This last weekend in March new elections were held to reorganize and register our group of churches in the capital city under a new name.  Mongolian Mission Church Alliance, as it appears in the local language will continue the Christian services we have been providing in the past.

The hope is that the services we use to strengthen communities and society will also now be set up to strengthen member churches by serving local communities through faith.

We want to use long-term trust relationships to reach new people and communities.

There is excitement that changing the system and structure could help us bring more lasting fruit and glory for the kingdom of God. 

And overall more abundant blessings for the people and country of Mongolia.