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  • July 18, 2022

Ep. 296: Legion of Disciples

With Bryan Hurlbutt and Daniel Markin

What does it really mean to be a disciple? What should discipleship look like? This week we are joined by Bryan Hurlbutt, lead pastor at Lifeline Community Church, to walk us through a discipleship structure that, through his experience, honours the true purpose of being a disciple of Jesus. Bryan emphasizes how discipleship is not a one and done accomplishment, but an ongoing journey in our walk with the Lord that we should be continuously growing in at all stages of our lives.

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Who's Our Guest?

Bryan Hurlbutt

After years of preparation and seeking the Lord’s direction, Bryan moved to Utah in 2004 for the sole purpose of founding Lifeline Community. Born and raised in upstate New York, Bryan received his bachelor’s degree in religious education from Davis College in Johnson City, New York, and his master’s degree in theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. Bryan is married to Jennifer and they have three daughters. He is an avid runner, a devout Syracuse Orange fan, and his favorite hobby is discussing world views and theology at ANY time in ANY place.

Who's Our Guest?

Bryan Hurlbutt

After years of preparation and seeking the Lord’s direction, Bryan moved to Utah in 2004 for the sole purpose of founding Lifeline Community. Born and raised in upstate New York, Bryan received his bachelor’s degree in religious education from Davis College in Johnson City, New York, and his master’s degree in theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. Bryan is married to Jennifer and they have three daughters. He is an avid runner, a devout Syracuse Orange fan, and his favorite hobby is discussing world views and theology at ANY time in ANY place.

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