If you've surrendered your life to Jesus, we are called to BE a disciple and MAKE disciples.
In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus gets his disciples together and tells them there mission is to GO and MAKE disciples. Jesus prioritizes discipleship. He died, rose from the grave, and then gave The Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20) before he ascended into Heaven. The fact that it was one of the last things He said before going to Heaven, means it's important.
The Great Commission doesn't say "if you want to, go...." it simply says "go". Discipleship isn't a choice. It's a command.
Discipleship can be overwhelming at times because you might wonder "what does it look like?" My Pastor recently said "Discipleship is a lifestyle. It's simply sharing Jesus' truth and love with someone and sharing your life with them." I don't know about you, but that feels a lot less overwhelming to me. I can easily share life with people.
So what is a practical way to disciple? Titus 2 talks about the importance of teaching the younger women things like loving their husbands, their children, being self controlled, kind, etc. Think of a younger woman in your life that you could invest in and disciple. Somebody that you could live life with, share your heart with, and encourage in her walk with Jesus.
Maybe you have a newer Christian in your life that you can walk alongside and encourage and teach her in her walk. Maybe you have an older woman in your life that you can ask to disciple you - to walk through life with you.
Pray and ask God to show those women to you. I think it's so important to have someone younger, in your life, that you're pouring in to and someone older that is pouring into you.
I personally have been meeting with an older woman for months now and we meet weekly, walk through scripture together, talk about prayer requests, life, and struggles. It has been a huge blessing for me. Because it's been so powerful to me, I make it a priority to do the same to younger women in my life. All we do is share life with Jesus and keep His word the center.
Are you being disciple by somebody? If so, spend some time thanking God (and maybe even thanking them) for that relationship. If you aren't, ask God to bring somebody in your life.
Are you discipling others? If so, spend some time with the Lord asking for His guidance and strength and you lead them. If you aren't, ask God to bring somebody in your life.