ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia — In Mongolia, the culture, the history and even the land itself seem very old — even ancient.
The Mormon church, however, is a relatively recent arrival and has had a significant impact on many citizens of Mongolia, from the city-dwellers in the capital of Ulaanbaatar to the herdsmen and their families who populate the frigid and windswept plains of the Gobi Desert.
The Mongolian people have embraced the gospel throughout the land, and missionaries continue in increasing numbers to teach those who express an interest.
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