October 15, 2019

Prepare Yourself for Mongolia ~ a Land of Beautiful Extremes
From Genghis Khan to gers (portable, round tents nomadic Mongolians live in), Mongolia is a country of wide-open spaces and close-knit communities. For 2020, and available soon online, Gospel Adventures is taking students, teachers, and all inquisitive learners to Mongolia for a five-day learning expedition to this remote and fascinating country.

Situated between Russia and China, Mongolia is vast in size and few in people. (It's the world's least densely populated country!) But that doesn't mean it lacks a remarkable history and promising future.

With Go Mongolia! students and teachers get five days of online exploration that touches on numerous aspects of this captivating region. Student adventure of Mongolia takes place through short articles, videos, maps, colorful graphs, hands-on activities, eye-catching charts, identification boxes, questions for discussion, and more. All these pieces work together to highlight the country's ethnic groups, ways of living, religion, economy, culture and customs, government, language, history, and other features that make Mongolia so vast and diverse.

Drawing inspiration from Ephesians 3:17-19 and letting the immensity of Mongolia illustrate it, students will learn about God and "how wide, how long, how high, and how deep His love is." Student takeaways will include a new awareness of Mongolian culture and its citizenry. With this, they will gain a fresh appreciation of the work of the Gospel in their own lives and how God is at work in people's lives around the world as well.

This only scratches the surface of what this FREE five-day online experience holds for students. If you're a teacher, you can access our grade school curriculum sample now by clicking here.

The full curriculum will be available January 2020.

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