Creating a Disciple Making Culture: DEFINE IT – Establishing a Biblical Culture for Disciple Making

Jim Putman, Luke Yetter, Brandon Guindon

There is not a distinction between a Christian and a disciple – Jim Putman

Real Life Ministries Senior Pastor, Jim Putman, author of Church is a Team Sport, Real Life Discipleship and co-author of Discipleshift, joins Brandon Guindon, Senior Pastor of the newly planted RLM Texas with Luke Yetter, of the Relational Discipleship Network, to discuss “Establishing a Biblical Culture for Disciple Making.” They discuss why it is important to arrive at a common definition of a mature disciple and how to arrive at that common definition.

Join Jim Putman at Exponential East 2017, where he will be leading workshops on discipleship.

Key Highlights:

  • Defining Jesus’ method of disciple-making
  • The importance of relationship in discipleship
Creating a Disciple Making Culture: DEFINE IT – Establishing a Biblical Culture for Disciple Making – Jim Putman

Jim Putman is the co-founder and senior pastor of Real Life Ministries in Post Falls, Idaho. Real Life was launched with a commitment to discipleship and the model of discipleship Jesus practiced, which is called, “Relational Discipleship.”

Brandon Guindon is the Lead Pastor of Real Life Ministries Texas, a new and growing church in Tomball, Texas, just north of Houston. Brandon has over 16 years experience leading churches to become disciple-making bodies of Christ.

Luke Yetter is the Executive Team Leader of the Church Training and Development Team at Real Life Ministries and is the Executive Director of the Relational Discipleship Network. He oversees the RLM Church Planters, and provides training on local, regional, national and international levels.