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About meBRIAN HOGAN earned his Master’s in Ministry from Hope International University (Fullerton, CA) specializing in World Christian Foundations. He is a sought after speaker, trainer and coach. Brian serves full time with Church Planting Coaches; a global ministry of Youth With A Mission. He serves YWAM on the Frontier Mission Leadership Team. He enjoys being a catalyst, hanging out, reading books, traveling and trying anything new, novel, and different.
Brian has participated in, led, and started organic expressions of Jesus’ Body in the USA, Malta, and Mongolia both inside and outside the traditional wineskin. He coaches those involved in these movements on five continents, especially focusing on where the church isn’t.
He is the author of “Distant Thunder: Mongols Follow the Khan of Khans” which is featured as a case study in Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: a Reader (1999; William Carey Library). Brian’s training course Keys to Church Planting Movements is available on CD-Rom through Church Planting Coaches (www.cpcoaches.com). A DVD workshop is also available.
Brian and his wife Louise have four children: Melody Stone (married to Luke), Molly, Alice, and Peter Magnus. They all make their home among the redwoods on California’s remote northern coast.
Inquiries regarding potential translations of There’s a Sheep in my Bathtub or printing outside the USA should be directed to Asteroidea Books.
Favorite authorsJake Colsen, Wayne Jacobsen, Rick Leatherwood, C. S. Lewis, Adrian Plass, Don Richardson, 1935-, J. R. R. Tolkien, Frank Viola, WM. Paul Young (Shared favorites)
Locationamong the redwoods of California's north coast
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceSep 26, 2007