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This book follows the Hopkinses through their humanitarian service mission to Mongolia. Follow the Hopkinses as they explore the ever-changing world of Mongolia.
You can feel the tension as they experience the danger of the black market. You will laugh at their escapades as they travel to the far ends of the earth and try to find their way back. Your soul will ache with compassion as you experience the hardships of Mongolia: the cold, the droughts, the poverty, the young children living underground in the sewers of the cities.
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John taught and served as principal in several elementary schools in Columbus, Ohio and later became a central office administrator. Following the completion of his graduate degrees he was employed as an Assistant Dean in the School of Education at Indiana University, Bloomington. From IU, John was hired to work for a non-profit educational research laboratory in Philadelphia, Research for Better Schools, where he served as the Executive Director for 20 years prior to his retirement in 1996.
Nancy has been a homemaker and mother to five children during the 50-plus years of their marriage, while also serving in a variety of positions within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their children are: Kim Griesemer, Terri Clawson, Christopher Hopkins, Patrick Hopkins, and Jennifer Asplund.
John and Nancy have served two missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the first as humanitarian missionaries in Mongolia in 1997Â–1998. During this period, they coordinated the English project and John served as country director for humanitarian service couples and activities in Mongolia. Nancy taught English as an International Language (EIL) in several universities and the Ministry of Justice for Mongolia. Their second mission in 1999Â–2001 was served in the Asia Area Office in Hong Kong as Area Welfare Agents. During this period they managed church welfare programs in the countries of China, Taiwan, Laos, Vietnam, Mongolia, and Hong Kong. After nineteen months in Hong Kong (January 2001), they were transferred back to Mongolia and served another nine months creating employment programs for returned missionaries and unemployed members. They returned home in late October 2001.
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Book Description Condition: New. New. In shrink wrap. Looks like an interesting title!. Seller Inventory # Q-097145406X