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Published on 26 December, 2002

Story number 4 for 26 Dec 2002

(Mongolia)–Meanwhile, all charges have been dropped against church officials in Mongolia. According to Voice of the Martyrs, elders of the Church of All Nations in Ulaanbaatar were facing criminal charges and confiscation of all tithes and offerings because the church wasn’t registered, despite efforts to do so since 1999. The Buddhist government of Mongolia has been working to prevent the growth of Christianity in the country. Despite these efforts, the church has moved into a larger hall and is continuing to grow.

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  • Primary Language: Mongolian, Halh
  • Primary Religion: Buddhism
  • Evangelical: 1.2%
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