Disciple-Making Culture inspires us to develop disciples and brilliantly shows us how to do it.
— Dave Ferguson, Author of Hero Maker
If you want to grow in your understanding of a disciple-making culture, you need to read this book.
— Jim Putman, Lead Pastor, Real Life Ministries, Post Falls, Idaho
Every church leader should read this book.
— Bobby Harrington, Point Leader, Discipleship.org and Renew.org
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO HELP YOU CULTIVATE HEALTHY CHURCH CULTURE
Church leaders who focus on programs, strategy, and curriculum can easily miss what ties them all together: culture. Cultivating culture is the difference between churches who flourish and those who flounder at disciple-making. Leaders must cultivate a healthy disciple-making culture. But how?
Author Brandon Guindon’s book Disciple-Making Culture provides a how-to guide for cultivating a healthy disciple-making culture throughout your church. He walks readers through key components of healthy culture, which he has uncovered over the course of his more than twenty years of disciple-making in various contexts. Using time-tested principles, he answers a challenging question: “How do we actually live out the Great Commission—as a church?”
Learn a relational method for making disciples at your church that is built upon how Jesus and the early church made disciples. Gain the tools needed to transform your church’s culture. Walk away with a reproducible model that’s been successfully implemented by thriving disciple-making churches around the world. Allow the pages of Scripture to become not only words—but also real-life experiences.
BRANDON GUINDON is the lead pastor of Real Life Ministries Texas. He holds a master’s degree in church leadership and New Testament theology from Hope International University. He is the author of Stay the Course and co-author of Real-Life Discipleship Training Manual, and he serves on the board of directors of the Relational Discipleship Network.
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