Dear family and friends,So, after a lot of consideration, I am going to announce that the Mongolian Mission Field is a TINY little world--in a huge place. Our mission probably has about 60 missionaries throughout the entire mission field (I could be off by a little bit) and eventually, you become companions with most of the other missionaries. There around about 10 Sisters in my zone covering half of the city of Ulaanbaatar (5 companionships), 8 on the other side (4 companionships), and about the same ratio for elders. Then, there are about 20 missionaries out in the countryside, it is not a lot. Tiim uchraas, you know EVERYONE. There are some missions where there are so many people, you barely remember names, but not here.
So this week Sis. Bollwinkel moved to anew area and because her companion is a little apartment-bound due to an incident about 2 weeks ago, I have been learning a new area (and getting lost) while my companion tried to meet up to make English swaps. It is a real thing here, I can get up to 5 different companions in a single day.Isn't it pretty? If you look closely on the mountainside hill, you will see the Mongolian signal lit up.
Missionary moments. :)I had my new member, Binderiyaa, become a 'missionary' with me and help teach out 'investigator' about the Plan of Salvation. She loved it.