Mongolia: Jesus. All About Life


In Mongolia, Bible Society Australia is partnering with Agricultural Innovations and Development (AID) to support the Jesus. All About Life program. This project, in collaboration with the Mongolian Evangelical Association and Ulaanbaatar city pastors, will unite churches to spread the gospel and bring people to faith in Jesus. AID, a Christian organisation started by Samaritan’s Purse, seeks to improve the livelihood of Mongolian agricultural producers and herders, and see their lives and communities changed for the glory of God.

The Gospel transformed many lives in Mongolia over past 30-plus years following the fall of communism, especially among young people. This first generation of Mongolia Christians have a desire to solidly establish themselves in their faith and raise up the second generation of Christians in Mongolia. Unlike Christians in Western countries that have a long history, in Mongolia the Church is more like the early churches we read about in Acts: young, exciting, and vibrant, but still needing to mature and be established in accurate doctrine and Christian teaching.

Today, Mongolia has more than 60,000 Christians, but many still need to hear the Good News. According to Mongolian Evangelical Alliance only 2 percent of the country’s 3.4 million citizens are believers.

Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, has about 250-300 small Christian churches and about 21,600 believers, who attend church weekly, which is 1.3% of the total population of Ulaanbaatar. The churches want to increase this number to 2%


  • There are 3.4 million citizens in Mongolia
  • 1.5m citizens live in Ulaanbaatar city
  • 2% of the country’s 3.4 million citizens are Christians

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