God Continues to Work in Mongolia
On May 14, we received an email from Len Hardaway with the Subject Line: “One of My Students Is Engaging Others in Mongolia.” The email reads, “Just thought you might like to see the note from one of my students, Suk Lar (Korean), a denominational missionary in Mongolia. He says, ‘I shared about WEI with my mission team in Mongolia. Two of them stated they have started to study WEI, and they told me it really helps them. Also, one of them is an English professor in IT, Huree University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She told her students [about] WEI. I hope my Lord touches them to be changed their hearts like me.’”
As if these words were not enough to excite us, on June 25 we received an email from Zane Copeland saying, “I am moving to Mongolia to be a missionary. I will be flying out July 11th. . . . Tom Langley and WEI have done and meant so much for Mongolia. I will only be watering what you’ll have already planted. I can’t wait to work alongside you brethren.”
Zane’s parents live in Lawton, Oklahoma, and he is supported by the 2nd and Adams Church of Christ in Elk City, Oklahoma.
Watching God work is breath-taking. We sing, “Where he leads me, I will follow,” but we have to run to keep up with him. Five years ago, thousands of people in Mongolia became WEI students. Four years ago, there was still no church of Christ there. Now, look at what God has done and is doing there. We are inspired to sing, “Our God Is an Awesome God.”