Naidvariin JimPart of the HELP base in Mongolia's capital Ulaanbaatar includes a men's community called Naidvariin Jim which takes in men struggling with addictions and problems to handle their lives. At Naidvariin Jim they get the opportunity to set a new start in their mostly devastated life and to live in the community free of charge for a while until they are able to provide for themselves. Naidvariin Jim means Path of Hope. Many of the men have been restored and are able to handle life. Wives get new husbands and children new fathers.
JobsJoined to the base is a little eatery that is open to the public. This part of our work provides jobs and income to support the running costs of our ministry.
The former house for the children and youth work Solongo that was rebuilt after a devastating fire in 2006 when a Swiss woman, staff member at that time, lost her life, expanded its ministry and developed into a mission house.
The following areas belong to the mission house:
Children’s feeding program and Youth Work
Socially deprived children that live in the neighbourhood are served a warm meal several times a week and get help with their homework. We visit the families of these children to give them hope and new perspective in life. In addition, the mission house is a place to go to for young people of the neighbourhood and a range of leisure facilities is offered like sports and youth camps.
The street children of Ulaanbaatar who get by somehow through begging are on our hearts, too. Often they are high on drugs, because of sniffing gas and glue. We visit them, make friends with them and provide help where help is needed.
From the mission house aid projects are organised and outreaches are done to the focal points of the homeless. During the winter months from November to April the Shelter opens its doors to the homeless people of Ulaanbaatar. Innumerable homeless people of whom most are having severe alcohol problems have thus been saved from freezing to death.
Regularly we go from door to door in the surrounding districts to share the good message of the gospel.
Training & Conferences»The harvest is big, workers are few.« We see it as one of our tasks to train and send out local co-workers to serve in existing ministries and start new ones in Mongolia as well as in other nations. Therefore we organise seminars and conferences inviting national and international speakers.
International House of Worship and Prayer (IHOWP)The Mongolian people have a profound understanding of worship; it is part of their divine calling. It expresses itself in Buddhist and Shaman rituals. On almost every mountain, you find stones piled up where one can add stones to please the spirits thus asking for their protection. The International House of Worship and Prayer (IHOWP) is based in the first floor of our centre. Our vision is to have 24/7 worship and prayer with international groups taking turns. Every Christian is welcome to worship here in the power of the Holy Spirit, with creativity, in his personal habit and according to his culture and thus become part of this vision.
REVIVAL SCHOOL MongoliaEvery Mongolian who wants to get deeper into getting to know Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and who wants to experience transformation in his life is welcome to the REVIVAL SCHOOL Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar. This school is training the students to get equipped by the power of the Holy Spirit, to enable them to serve and minister in the gifts of the Spirit and to enter into and walk in their divine destiny. Our school is not following any set programme, however, we are giving much room for the Holy Spirit to move. We are emphasizing worship, prayer, the Father heart of God, discipleship, evangelism and mission as well as teaching and sharing our lives in community. This school is supporting the ministries of HELP Mongolia. Outreaches are part of this school, too.
Besides the REVIVAL SCHOOL Mongolia we also run the REVIVAL SCHOOL on the Move in which students from Germany or other nations have the opportunity to join for two months the training in Mongolia.