Towards a more balanced life
Our work expanded to Mongolia in 2005. The mission has been registered under the name One Way Faith. The center of operations is in Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia.
Over the years, our work has been oriented especially toward prison ministry and work done among alcoholics. Our workers regularly evangelize and teach in prisons, distribute food for homeless people living on the streets and take care of the small “Esther” women’s home established in 2009 as well as a men’s home that began its work in 2011. Our staff help the families of disabled children and have Sunday school for those children whose families have moved to Ulan Bator from the countryside. The prison ministry extends also to the helping of prisoners’ families as well as organizing various courses in prisons.
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Areas of Ministry
The Mongolian workers of One Way Mission regularly visit children’s, women’s and men’s prisons. They preach the Gospel, give toiletries and literature as gifts to the prisoners as well as discuss and pray with them. They also keep in touch with the families of those prisoners who have become believers and bring greetings from them.
Additionally, One Way Faith has refurbished “family rooms” in both the children’s and women’s prison. They are for accommodating the family members of those prisoners who have come from far away to see them.
Family day in the prisons
The family days introduced by our Mongolian workers have become very popular in the prisons. These family days are meant to support those prisoners who have become believers in prison and will be released in the near future by evangelizing their family members. In this way, the prisoners won’t be alone with their faith when they return home.
During these family days, the prisoners’ families are invited to the prison for the whole day. Transportation is arranged for them and they are served a good meal. When necessary food and clothes are given to them as well. The most important thing, however, is that the family finds their way to the same Savior, Whom their family member in prison has already received as the Lord of their life. Other evangelical churches and organizations have joined in organizing these popular family days.
Courses for prisoners
One Way Faith’s workers have been asked to hold various courses for the prisoners. They have designed, financed and recruited teachers i.a. for English language and handicrafts courses.
A borewell for the prison
In the autumn of 2011, One Way Faith was involved in a borewell project for the men’s prison in the countryside. We were the main financier for the project and the Prison Fellowship organization from New Zealand was in charge of supervising it.