We (all the new missionaries and President Benson) read the dedicatory prayer for Mongolia and talked about Jacob 5. This really is the nethermost part of the vineyard.
*(one more time borrowing from Sister Hansen @ http://jenniferhansenmongolia.blogspot.com/ - not going to be able to do that much more!)*
Yesterday we were able to go on a little hike to a place called Zaison, which is on top of a hill and is where Mongolia was dedicated as a mission. It was so cool to be high enough to see the whole city and the ger districts up on the hillsides. We prayed and read the dedicatory prayer by Neal. A Maxwell, which is so beautiful. (Can probably be found online) We discussed how much the Lord has been invested in the church in Mongolia, far before Chingis Khan, and how Mongolia can be found in the saving of the natural branches of Israel as recorded in Jacob 5 in the Book of Mormon. We also studied the end of the chapter how the Lord has called choice servants to gather those branches and bring them back together. (That's us) It was so nice.