[su_spoiler title="Click for transcription..." style="default" open="no"]While there’s a place for direct person to person discipleship and one-to-one accountability, I think a lot of this has become more necessary among believers now because of the deficiencies in the churches people attend, or laziness to use the means of grace.
Personally, I was discipled by attending church 4-5 times every Sunday for worship, teaching, and prayer, door evangelism on Tuesday, bible study and prayer on Thursday, youth bible study on Friday, and evangelism on Saturday. I lived and breathed the local church, sitting under doctrinal teaching, listening to mature believers pray, and working with mature believers in evangelism.
In my opinion you’re not serious about discipleship if you go to church once or twice a week. Find a church where bible study is thorough, prayer is regular, attend at every opportunity.
One-to-one discipleship has it’s place, but most of the lack in Christians is due to neglect of good teaching and corporate prayer.[/su_spoiler]