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Real-Life Discipleship explains what should happen in the life of every Christian and in every small group so that the church becomes an army of believers dedicated to seeing the world saved. With the overriding goal to train disciples who know how to make more disciples, this book offers proven tools and strategies from Real Life Ministries, one of America’s fastest-growing churches. 

Discover what the Bible says about true and effective discipleship with these strategies and practices.

©2020 Jim Putman (P)2020 Tyndale House Publishers

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Inspiring and Practical in Disciple-making

Not a lot of books are both inspiring and practical but this one is definitely both. The need to let people know that all of us are invited to be disciple-makers not just disciples is firmly shared here but not left there to just dangle in your mind. Jim Putman has not just lived out this disciple-making in the past but continues to not only do it himself, not just "assign" it to others, but shares a "system" that is meant to be adapted in various contexts but able to be used to move ahead to train others.

Yes, he shares a system but more importantly he lets the listener and reader know that not only did Jesus invite us to be disciples and disciple-makers but that we can do this. Not alone. Not with a system. But by trusting in the Holy Spirit to not keep Jesus to ourselves.