Review: Out Behind the Barn


Out Behind the Barn, by Jon Liechty. Jamestown, ND: the author, 2008.

The Liechty family has been a fixture in the Assemblies of God in North Dakota since before the North Dakota District Council was organized. Spirit-baptized in the Egeland Free Mission (Egeland, ND) in the 1910s, John H. Liechty helped to organize a small but sturdy independent Pentecostal congregation, Minnewaukan Gospel Tabernacle. Of Liechty’s seven children, Jon, Paul, and Silas went on to become ministers or layleaders in the North Dakota District, using their business acumen, work ethic, and heart for ministry to build the church in the state.

In Out Behind the Barn, Jon Liechty tells his heart-warming testimony, which demonstrates the provisions and faithfulness of God. Liechty reminisces about people, places and events that will be familiar to many in his corner of the world. This book will be welcomed by the numerous people whose lives have been impacted by the Liechty family and by those who are interested in learning more about the development of Pentecostalism in North Dakota.

Reviewed by Darrin J. Rodgers

Paperback, 232 pages, illustrated. $12.99 postpaid. Order from: Jon Liechty, PO Box 758, Jamestown, ND 58402.


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3 responses to “Review: Out Behind the Barn

  1. Jeania Lambeth

    That’s my Dad! Read his book – you’ll enjoy it!

  2. noactive

    Out Behind the Barn .Thanks for nice post.I added to my twitter.

  3. Bruce Martin

    I couldn’t put this book down! As a farmer from an old time A/G family there was so much common ground and common experiences. What an inspiration. I read the Atlantic rededication to my large adult sunday school class at Casino A/G and everyone was riveted.

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