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A discipleship crisis is here. We want to make disciples, but our pride is killing the whole process. Our guide, Jesus, understands us and shows us the “gentle and humble” way of discipleship. He shows us how to live in every sphere of life: 

  • In Christ,
  • In the church,
  • In the family,
  • In the world, 
  • and even in spiritual battle.

The path toward maturity is the way of humility. 

What can we do?

Gain clarity on the purpose of the church, learn how to overcome pride in discipleship, and get equipped for the ultimate goal of discipleship: the love of Christ.

The Death of Discipleship Primer

About the Authors

JIM PUTMAN is the co-founder and senior pastor of Real Life Ministries in Post Falls, Idaho. Jim’s passion is discipleship through small groups. He believes in the value of strong coaching as a means to disciple others. He is the author of Church Is a Team SportReal- Life Discipleship, and The Power of Together; and co-author of the Real-Life Discipleship Training ManualDiscipleShift, and Hope for the Prodigal. Jim and his wife, Lori, live in scenic northern Idaho.

CHAD HARRINGTON owns Harrington Interactive Media and its imprint, HIM Publications. He serves at Harpeth Christian Church as a volunteer disciple maker and teacher and is passionate about bringing creativity and beauty into conversations about discipleship in the church. He has a Master’s in Biblical Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary and is the co-author of Dedicated with his dad, Bobby Harrington, and Jason Houser. He and his wife, Rachel, live in Nashville, Tennessee, with their daughter.