Brian and Louise Hogan

Passing Baton 30 yr re-e
Re-enacting the Baton Pass

at the 30th Anniversary of the DMM in Erdenet, Mongolia

My ambition has always been to preach the Good News where the name of Christ has never been heard, rather than where a church has already been started by someone else.

Romans 15:20 (NLT)
Brian and Louise, have served in missions since 1987. From the Navajo Tribe to Outer Mongolia, their passion has been to see Jesus glorified and lifted up among those who have never known Him.
From 1993-1996 their team pioneered a church planting movement in Erdenet, Mongolia that continues to grow under fully indigenous leadership to this day. Their Mongolian disciples are now training and sending out their own missionaries to other unreached people groups.
The story of the work in Erdenet can be read in Brian’s book: There’s a Sheep in my Bathtub (Asteroidea Books), and in the case study article – “Mongols Follow the Khan of Khans” – included in  Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: A Reader, ed. Winter & Hawthorne (William Carey Library).
Brian Hogan is a Church Planting Coach and Frontier Mission leader with Youth With A Mission (YWAM). Brian trains disciple makers (church planters) worldwide to launch new movements of rapidly multiplying indigenous churches among peoples who have never before experienced life with Jesus Christ. He also is a major mobilizer of this work force through his yearly teaching in over 50 Perspectives On the World Christian Movement classes (locations) across North America.

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Louise Hogan trained as a midwife in 2010-2011 and practiced in Northern California and NW Arkansas. She now devotes her time and energy to training Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs – village midwives) who are also disciple makers. She has run multiple trainings in Uganda, Columbia, South Sudan, Mozambique, Malawi and Madagascar. Louise finances the travel and expenses for these trips from the sale of her home-made artisan greeting cards. Louise also staffs Schools of Frontier Mission for YWAM and mentors college-age women headed for the mission field.
Together, Brian and Louise put on semi-annual GAP Gatherings where church planters come from around the world to share a week with their peers and relaunch their vision to see a Disciple Making Movement among the people they work with.

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