Pastor Naraa leads the Central Church in Ulaanbataar. In addition to pastoring this church she is the denomination’s national leader. She prays that God would use her to raise up and develop leaders and pastors who will disciple believers, plant churches, and reach the lost.
Because she lives in the capital city she has more access to training than the other pastors and is eager to learn more so she is better equipped to lead and equip them. The church is young in Mongolia and the national Wesleyan Church does not have a well-defined structure or significant documentation. At the recent Quarterly Bible School, Chris Sumpter (former missionary to Mongolia) taught about various common church structures to jump-start a conversation regarding what the structure of the Wesleyan Church in Mongolia could and should look like. Naraa is continuing to lead these discussions and she grows in her understanding of the global church.