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RFA: Religion Puts Down New Roots in Mongolia

RFA: Religion Puts Down New Roots in Mongolia

Segie Tumurbaatar, now 31 and working toward a graduate degree in finance in Utah, joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or Mormons, in Ulan Baatar in 1995. Her conversion was a gradual process, she said. Tumurbaatar said that a friend once invited her to hear a talk by young missionaries, and that she went as a skeptic. “[Having been] raised believing that there is no God and that religion is an evil instrument to enslave people, I was determined to convince the missionaries that they were wrong. However, as I heard their message and read the Book of Mormon, I felt peace and joy.”

Mormons in Mongolia. Great.


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