Anha moved 10 hours away from her home to the capital city of Ulaanbataar to go to University. When her parents found out she had secretly transferred to Bible College they were outraged. She was not deterred, graduating with a four year degree and has successfully pastored the Wesleyan Church in her hometown leading many people, including her parents, to Christ for nearly a decade.
Anha recently used money from the Mongolian Enterprise Fund to build a greenhouse on their church property to grow vegetables that will help sustain the families in the church. Eventually, she hopes to grow the greenhouse into a business that can provide funds for ministry development. At the most recent Quarterly Bible School, Anha was interviewed and approved for ordination in the Wesleyan Church. She was one of two pastors ordained in September 2017 becoming one of the first two Wesleyan ordained pastors in Mongolia.