CrossReaders Book Review: There’s a sheep in my bathtub by Brian Hogan

CrossReaders Book Review: There’s a sheep in my bathtub by Brian Hogan

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Title: There’s a Sheep in My Bathtub

Author: Brian Hogan

Rating: 5/5 stars

About the Book

The true story of a team of church planting missionaries in Mongolia in the 1990’s.

Review

There’s a Sheep in my Bathtub is a remarkable book. It tells the story of the small team of missionaries that God used to plant a dynamic indigenous church in Mongolia. In the course of a few years, Mongolia went from being a nation with hardly any Christians to a nation with its own church planting church. Brian tells the story with wisdom, humor, and transparency about the struggles and loss his own family experienced. The book is a must for anyone with any interest in church planting because it is one of the healthiest and most anointed examples that I have heard of—it will be a classic of missions history.

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This review was submitted by: John Avery – please visit his website at www.NamesForGod.net

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