T he Family and Women’s Ministries departments of Mongolia Mission have been producing a video series of a Bible study program since February 2020. The Bible study program is based on the Homes of Hope and Healing booklet published by the Women’s Ministries department of the General Conference, and is shared with Adventist Church members in Mongolia every week.
A different pastoral family is featured in each installment. They teach the Bible, give valuable lessons for families, and pray for them. The four episodes already released have each surpassed 4,000 views.
This Bible study program involves opening homes to neighbors for fellowship and learning. In these perplexing times, when hopelessness abounds, our homes can be places where neighbors, family and friends gather in fellowship to share spiritual healing and encouragement with one another.
In the book Ministry of Healing, Adventist Church co-founder Ellen G. White wrote, “Christ’s method alone will give true success in reaching the people. The Savior mingled with men as one who desired their good. He showed His sympathy for them, ministered to their needs, and won their confidence. Then He bade them, ‘Follow Me.’… Accompanied by the power of persuasion, the power of prayer, the power of the love of God, this work will not, cannot, be without fruit” (p. 143).