Zolbayar's Story: Newfound Grace

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Zolbayar often grew tired and felt hopeless growing up in Mongolia, due to a hole in his heart. Our Children’s Heart Project arranged for him to have surgery when he was 17. Now, he praises God for healing him physically and for the newfound grace in his heart through his relationship with Jesus Christ.

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