Good question @Parkeri1313 discipleship sure is a blessing that we get to do. I am currently in a season where I am not disciplining anybody apart from my own children.
Here are two positive experiences I have about this topic:
When I got saved a man brought me to his house once a week and discipled me over a period of a few months. I remember seeing how the family ate and prayed together were very impactful.
I was a youth pastor for 4 years. During this time I had the opportunity to do quite a bit of discipleship. Looking back on that time, I now realize that the time I spent one on one with the boys was, in my opinion much more valuable than the games, worship, and bible studies. If I am ever in this position again, I will focus more on the one to one.
I think the ideal scenario is to have somebody older than you in the faith pouring into you and then for you, in turn, to be pouring into someone else. I am fortunate during this season to have an accountability partner that I meet with once a week who is older in the faith than me. I believe both are important.
My final reflection is that a discipleship curriculum can be very effective. The man who discipled me used a book that went through some passages and had me read books of the Bible. It was very useful to have a well-planned curriculum to follow.
I look forward to hearing more of your thoughts on discipleship and from others.