Purevdorj ‘Puje’ Jamsran | The growth and vitality of the church in Mongolia
Purevdorj ‘Puje’ Jamsran and Graham Hill discuss the growth and vitality of the church in Mongolia.
Puje Jamsran is Principal of Union Bible Theological College, which is the leading centre of theological training in Mongolia.
After the communist regime, Mongolians are searching for their roots and identity by studying the religious rites, customs, and the traditional lifestyle of their ancestors. This has led to a rise in traditional religions including Mahayana Buddhism and shamanism.
In 1989, just before the fall of Mongolia’s Communist government, there may have been only four Christians in Mongolia. But by the year 2000, this tiny seed had grown into a community of 8,000 to 10,000 Mongolian Christians. By 2010, it is estimated that there were over 40,000 believers in hundreds of churches meeting in most parts of the country.
Puje Jamsran is a passionate theological educator and experienced Church planter. His passion is to equip the Mongolian church to reach that nation and the rest of Asia for Christ.
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