Breaking the Discipleship Code

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Format: Hardcover

Vendor: B&H Publishing Group

Publication Date: May 01, 2008


ISBN: 0805446761

ISBN-13: 9780805446760

Number of Pages: 240

Weight: 0.88 lb

Dimensions: 8.8 × 5.8 (inches)

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Ed Stetzer and David Putman’s popular church leadership book Breaking the Missional Code is helping pastors and ministry staff to guide their collective congregations toward becoming missionaries in their communities. But the need remains for this concept to be further defined at an individual level.
 
Breaking the Discipleship Code, written this time by Putman with a foreword from Stetzer, opens the door to a greater understanding of what it means to personally be a missional follower of Jesus in relation to every aspect of our changing world. Balancing cultural relevance with biblical faithfulness, the book invites ordinary believers, whether on Wall Street or in a Waffle House, next door or across the ocean, to begin having an extraordinary spiritual impact in their unique context.
 
Endorsements:
 

“A timely reminder of our most important task: making disciples.”

 

Mark Batterson, author of In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day

 

“If you lead the disciple-making process of a local church or simply long to be a disciple of Jesus, read Breaking the Discipleship Code to discover how to live like Jesus, love like Jesus, and leave behind what Jesus left behind.”

 

Dave Ferguson, coauthor of The Big Idea

 

Author Info

David Putman serves as one of the pastors at Mountain Lake Church in Atlanta, Georgia, where he focuses on issues related to growing the church's impact in its community and around the world.  Having coached hundreds of church planters across America since the 1980's, he is also recognized as one of the catalysts of the current church planting movement.  David and his wife Tami have two children.

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