Dariganga in Mongolia

The Dariganga love music, folk dances, chess, and sporting events. Every July, the ancient Naadam festival is celebrated throughout Mongolia. Sporting events are held in horse racing, archery, and wrestling. In the late 1500s, the Mongols were introduced to Tibetan Buddhism, and most Mongols converted to Buddhism at that time. Today, a number of Dariganga have returned to the beliefs of their forefathers. Shamans are once again called upon to cure the sick or alleviate evil spirits through divination, oracles, and astrology.

Ministry Obstacles
The Dariganga have a worldview very different from the Christian worldview. This is an obstacle to faith, but not an overwhelming obstacle.

Outreach Ideas
Pray that Christian Mongolians of other tribes may be burdened to carry the Gospel message to the Dariganga. They are concentrated around the town of Dariganga.

Pray for the followers of Christ
The Lord is building his church in Mongolia, and exciting things are happening. Pray the followers of Jesus among the Dariganga will grow in numbers and influence among their own people.

Pray for the entire people group
Pray the Dariganga community will hunger to know the living Christ, and that many will become his zealous disciples.

Scripture Focus
"Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples."

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