Munkh (Mojic) Baldandorj

Graceland Bible Church, California

Z5131A-Baldandorj,Mu
Lead Church Planter
Walnut Creek California
Graceland Bible Church
November 26

About My Family

My wife and I were born and raised in a communist regime. Mongolia was the second communist country after Soviet Union. However, when Communism fell in the late 1980s, Mongolia opened up to the outside world, and the first missionaries arrived in the country to share the gospel.

I became a Christian in December 1991 and my wife in April 1992. There were only a few local churches when we became Christians. We are blessed to see how the Lord is moving in amazing ways to transform thousands and thousands of lives.

We met each other in the church and married in 1996. The Lord has blessed us with six wonderful children, four boys and two girls.

About My Church Plant

Soon after I became a Christian, I decided to become a church planter. In my early years of faith, I traveled to many cities and villages in Mongolia to evangelize and plant new churches. In most places, we had to start a church from zero because there were no Christian witnesses. It is now estimated that there are more than 600 local churches in Mongolia with nearly 80,000 Christians in the whole country.

In 2014, we followed our call to serve the Mongolian immigrant community in Denver, Colo. It has been stated that more than 40,000 Mongolians have immigrated to the United States. More than 1,500 Mongolians live in Denver, but there is only one Mongolian church.

After serving in Denver for six years, we are moving to California to plant a church in Walnut Creek and San Jose. It is estimated that 5,000–6,000 Mongolians reside there.

NAMB Church Planting

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Munkh (Mojic) Baldandorj

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Pray

Pray for spiritual revival among the Mongolians in the U.S. Most of them become very religious when they settle in new places. Buddhism and Shamanism are the main religions of the Mongolians in the U.S. Most of them have heard the gospel, probably numerous times, but their hearts are hardened. Please pray for soft and open hearts among the Mongolians regarding the gospel. Please join us in prayer as we move to Bay Area. It is a huge mission field because there are 6,000 Mongolians and thousands of Inner Mongolians. Our prayer is that we would plant a network of churches reaching both Outer and Inner Mongolians and other Mongolian-related ethnic groups.

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