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Tserenpil “Ogie” Otgontuya

  • Tserenpil Ogie Otgontuya
    Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Tserenpil "Ogie" Otgontuya, 40, is principal of Tusgal School, with 124 students, mostly from non-Adventist families, Mongolia's capital, Ulaanbaatar. She never wanted to be a teacher, but God had other plans. "Thank you for giving to a Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in 2015 that helped us expand our classrooms," she said. "Enrollment is growing fast, so we plan to open a boarding academy for the ninth- through 12th-grade students. This quarter’s Thirteenth Sabbath Offering will help build that boarding school." Read story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q3-5338
  • Ganbaatar Enkhsuvd IMG_1512
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Enkhsuvd Ganbaatar, 34, working in the library at Tuscal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Did you know that this Adventist school has a library because children gave money to a Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in 2015? That money helped the school open the library. But now the school needs help again. The school doesn’t have enough room for all the children who want to study there, so part of the third quarter 2019 Thirteenth Sabbath Offering will help build a high school where the older students can go to study. Thank you for giving to the mission offering. Read story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqc18q3-5395
  • Urna Uuganbayar IMG_1570
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Urna Uuganbayar, 15, standing the basketball court at Tuscal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. When her best friend left for Brazil, she prayed to join her. God answered her prayer in a big way! Read story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqc18q3-5393
  • Iveel Namjildorj IMG_1604
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Iveel Namjildorj, 10, pictured at the Tuscal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. ​Bullied at school, he found that God answers prayers. He said, “After God answered my prayers, I believed that He is real." Read story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqc18q3-5392
  • Mongolia IMG_2039
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Goats and sheep grazing along a highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away, in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_2035
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Goats grazing along a highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away, in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_2011
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Along a highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_2004
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Along a highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_1892
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Along a highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_1907
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    A typical Mongolian meal of flatbread, white bread, rice, vegetable salad, soup, and grain tea. This was served to visitors in the home of a Global Mission pioneer family in Mongolia.
  • Mongolia IMG_1889
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    A highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_1878
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    A food store and pay public restrooms along a highway in rural Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away, in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_1733
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    The giant Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue, located 33 miles (54 kilometers) east of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The 131-foot (40-meter) tall statue depicts Genghis Khan on horseback on the bank of the Tuul River where, according to legend, he found a golden whip. Genghis Khan (c. 1162 - Aug. 18, 1227) was the founder and first Great Khan of the Mongol Empire.
  • Mongolia IMG_1870
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Along a highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away, in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_1869
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    A highway in Mongolia. Adventist Mission editor Andrew McChesney saw fast-changing weather conditions as he traveled the road from the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to Bulgan, an isolated town of 12,000 people located a seven-hour drive away in May 2017. Snow gave way to sand dunes, which in turn gave way to grassy steppes.
  • Mongolia IMG_1734
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    The giant Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue, located 33 miles (54 kilometers) east of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The 131-foot (40-meter) tall statue depicts Genghis Khan on horseback on the bank of the Tuul River where, according to legend, he found a golden whip. Genghis Khan (c. 1162 - Aug. 18, 1227) was the founder and first Great Khan of the Mongol Empire.
  • 3rd-quarter-2018
    Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    PDF of the youth and adult Mission magazine for third quarter 2018 with the spotlight on the Northern Asia-Pacific Division. The file contains 13 mission stories and more.
  • C-MQ-3Q18
    PDF of the Children's Mission magazine for third quarter 2018 with the spotlight on the Northern Asia-Pacific Division. The file contains 13 children's mission stories and more.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
  • IMG_1501
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Librarian Ganbaatar Enkhsuvd holding a Mongolian newspaper in the library of Tusgal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Part of the Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in second quarter 2015 helped open the library and fill it with books.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Thirteenth Sabbath
    Adventist Mission
    Children playing outside Tusgal School, where elementary and high school students study, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Part of the Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in third quarter 2018 will open a high school, freeing up space at Tusgal School for more younger children to enroll.
  • IMG_1680
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Thirteenth Sabbath
    Adventist Mission
    Children playing at Tusgal School, where elementary and high school students study, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Part of the Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in third quarter 2018 will open a high school, freeing up space at Tusgal School for more younger children to enroll.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Thirteenth Sabbath
    Adventist Mission
    Iveel Namjildorj, second right, and other fifth graders lining up for a photo with their teacher at Tusgal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Part of the Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in second quarter 2015 helped build four new classrooms at the school, including this classroom.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Thirteenth Sabbath
    Adventist Mission
    Fifth graders goofing off in class at Tusgal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Iveel Namjildorj, 10, is seated third from left. Part of the Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in second quarter 2015 helped build four new classrooms at the school, including this classroom. Through the window of the classroom can be seen the sanctuary of a Seventh-day Adventist church.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Thirteenth Sabbath
    Adventist Mission
    Teacher Batdelger Battsetseg writing on the whiteboard as her fifth-grade class listens at Tusgal School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Part of the Thirteenth Sabbath Offering in second quarter 2015 helped build four new classrooms at the school, including this classroom.