Cowboy Camp Reaches Mongolian Children

Mongol CowboysA summer cowboy camp conducted by Alliance workers in Mongolia opened doors to a ministry of relationship building. Hosted by Jeremy and Renee Bergevin and his wife, Renee, the camp took place at a working ranch for a day and then moved to the Bergevins’ home. Although fewer children attended than anticipated due to an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, a number of youngsters from the neighborhood came. The outreach featured English classes, Bible studies, rodeo roping, and horseback riding. 
“The surprising part about holding the camp at home was that the kids kept showing up the next week,” said Bergevin. “Our summer turned into a kind of revolving backyard camp for neighbor kids. Sometimes well after the sun stops shining, the sound of the bouncing basketball in our driveway doesn’t. We welcome your prayers for fruit from God’s Spirit to spill over the green rolling prairies here, starting with our neighbors and their children . . . all for Jesus.”


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