Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia | Enkhbayar Mishigdorj, Health Ministries Director, Mongolia Mission

ith three months of a quarantine in Mongolia during the coronavirus pandemic, Seventh-day Adventists there responded to the crisis by offering practical help to their neighbors—and online worship services and Bible studies for those seeking greater answers.

The Adventist Church’s Mongolian Mission distributed 3,200 masks and 70 hand sanitizers to the public and government agencies. Also participating were the mission’s youth department outreach program and local churches. 

The mission also started online worship services on February 1, with the first sermon placing an emphasis on health. As Jesus showed us His example of mingling with people and providing for their needs, we are trying our best to serve the community in times like this.


This article was originally published on the Northern Asia-Pacific Division news site