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news from the Radstock network

Brighten Mongolia!

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Seedtime, a Radstock partner in Mongolia, is now raising funds for a children's day care centre. Started by a Radstock member church, this centre brings the love of our Father to its neighbourhood, both by providing employment and by caring for around 10 needy children from Ulaanbaatar's 'ger' ...

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Tags: giving, mongolia, small-business

Spreading the Blessing!

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Seedtime, a micro-enterprise development organization in Mongolia, recently celebrated the launch of a new credit union located in the Gobi Desert. This is an exciting moment for small business in the Gobi.  The credit union, called "Spreading the Blessing," is now capitalised and tasked to ...

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Tags: gobi desert, micro-enterprise development, mongolia

Shining as Lights

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. (Ephesians 5:11) This story came to us recently from one of our network churches in Mongolia:‘Enkhtsetseg’ (not her real name), is a church member who works as an accountant in a local government ...

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Tags: micro-business development, corruption, witnessing

Help start a business in the Gobi

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Posted by Peter Walters on

Meet Tumenjargal (pictured above), a church planter and business leader in a remote outpost in the Gobi in Mongolia. After being trained four years ago, she started a business making traditional children’s clothes. Radstock's partner ministry Seedtime provided a loan which enabled her ...

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Metal Shops, Camels and Socks - Business as Mission in Mongolia

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

Last month Anthony Adams, Radstock's UK Director, had the opportunity to visit churches in Mongolia.  Along with Paul Williams, Radstock's Eurasia Director and the founder of Radstock's partner organization Seedtime, Anthony saw first-hand how God is on the move. Here is an exerpt from his ...

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Tags: mongolia, micro-enterprise, south gobi, business training

drought

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Posted by Peter Walters on

Here in the Gobi Desert, it is easy to think of the delicate balance between man and nature. It's all around you. And that balance continues to cause concern here, for another drought is now in progress - this on top of last year's drought and harsh winter that killed millions of herded ...

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Tags: mongolia, micro-enterprise development, seedtime, drought

thinking business in mongolia

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In countries with long histories of people setting up in business, the ‘felt risk’ factor in so doing is often appreciably less than in countries with no such history. Of the latter, one example is Mongolia.    It is difficult to relate the conflicts that go through ...

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Tags: mongolia, micro-enterprise development, poverty

swine flu, poverty - and micro-enterprise development?

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Posted by Radstock Staff The other day I heard about the plight of a community in Hovd Province, in the far west of Mongolia. Their story is typical of that faced by so many in this vast, poverty-stricken country in the Central Asian steppe:   Schools have been shut here following the ...

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Tags: swine flu, poverty, micro-enterprise development, mongolia

in business in south gobi

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Posted by Peter Walters on

Posted by Paul Williams Getting treatment for your sick animals, your hair cut, utensils for your home, a café breakfast, new home fabrics from old clothing, bread in the shops, milk products, fresh vegetables on your table, winter clothes for your children, and trees planted to help avert ...

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Tags: micro-enterprise development, mongolia, uk

we thank God for you

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Posted by Brad Byrd on

Posted by Brad Byrd   Abi and I were out to dinner the other night sans the 3 older kids, we had Jems in tow. They were enjoying the hospitality of good friends we spent time with when we lived here in the Balkans doing similar work to us.  Our dinner was with Ahmet and Eliona (far left ...

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Tags: kosova, micro enterprise development

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