Covenant missionaries partner in several ministries in Mongolia. One of them is a women’s shelter called “Streams in the Desert.” This ministry trains former prostitutes to make jewelry and leather goods. A Covenant missionary provides sewing lessons. This ministry also involves weekly outreach to prostitutes where Mongolian believers go out to the streets at night and talk to these women.
Covenant missionaries also serve with Joint Christian Services (JCS) of Mongolia, a consortium of 16 mission organizations with sixty representatives working in Mongolia from twenty countries. JCS is the convener for the International Non-Government Organization (INGO) Forum, a group of twenty INGOs who collaborate on relief and development projects. Our missionary also leads a weekly Mongolian men’s Bible study at a local Mongolian church.
Covenant project missionaries began their mission ministry to Mongolia in 2008. They have been serving in the areas of community development, discipleship, spiritual formation, relief, agriculture, and social work.