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There's a sheep in my bathtub : birth of a Mongolian church planting movement / Brian Hogan.

By: Hogan, Brian, 1962-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bayside, Calif. : Asteroidea Books, ©2008Description: xv, 254 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780979905605; 0979905605.Subject(s): Church development, New | Mongolia -- Church history | Inner Mongolia (China) -- Church historyDDC classification: 275.17 Online resources: Table of contents | Table of contents only
Contents:
Iron gates -- Jump start -- Vision quest -- Getting a little perspective -- "It'd take a miracle" -- Home for the holidays -- Among the horde for the Lord -- Shop 'til you drop -- A day in the life -- Left Bank Theatre of the Absurd -- Vacation of ill repute -- Language acquisition made pitiful -- The "mother of all moves" -- Power encounter -- April showers -- Downpour -- Alone at the helm -- Battle with the God of Hell -- Gossiping the gospel -- Erdenet's first foreign birth -- Shock and awe -- The letter -- The worst Christmas ever -- Hope can't freeze -- Something breaks -- Faces of grief -- Flexible is too rigid -- You deserve a break -- Back to our little house on the steppes -- Mongols follow the Khan of khans -- Heading into the home stretch -- A brand new thing -- Working ourselves out -- Passing the baton -- The road goes ever on and on -- Grieving with hope -- Two obstacles -- Non-English terms and expressions.
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Book: Standard Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre
England Collection BR1338 .H64 2008 (Browse shelf) Available 18-794

Iron gates -- Jump start -- Vision quest -- Getting a little perspective -- "It'd take a miracle" -- Home for the holidays -- Among the horde for the Lord -- Shop 'til you drop -- A day in the life -- Left Bank Theatre of the Absurd -- Vacation of ill repute -- Language acquisition made pitiful -- The "mother of all moves" -- Power encounter -- April showers -- Downpour -- Alone at the helm -- Battle with the God of Hell -- Gossiping the gospel -- Erdenet's first foreign birth -- Shock and awe -- The letter -- The worst Christmas ever -- Hope can't freeze -- Something breaks -- Faces of grief -- Flexible is too rigid -- You deserve a break -- Back to our little house on the steppes -- Mongols follow the Khan of khans -- Heading into the home stretch -- A brand new thing -- Working ourselves out -- Passing the baton -- The road goes ever on and on -- Grieving with hope -- Two obstacles -- Non-English terms and expressions.

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