Jumping into a relationship like this can seem challenging, but it's more approachable than you might think.
Discipleship is not about following the wisest person on earth, it's about walking with someone you trust, who can see where you are currently, where God is leading you, and how you can take the next step.
Start a Discipleship Relationship
Find someone in the church whose walk with Jesus you admire, and ask them to meet with you weekly, bi-weekly, or even monthly.
Take the Assessment
Take the assessment for yourself, and then ask your discipler to take it for you, answering all of the questions based on what they see in the way you live your life.
Discover Strengths and Weaknesses
Sit down and compare notes so you have an idea of where you need to put in some work, and where you are already strong.
Keep it Going!
Discipleship isn't a one time thing... it's a life long process, so keep it going! Make goals, track your progress, take the assessment again, and keep striving to look like Jesus.
Discovering all of the areas you need to grow in means nothing if you don't learn how to work through those issues and look more like Jesus. Each metric has a list of questions to ask in discipleship, resources you can use to dig deeper, along with a teaching and a discussion about how to better invest in people you lead.