“If you never figure out what you want to do, you will probably be frustrated all of your life.” - John Maxwell
The same can be said about discipleship. If you don’t like how you share your faith with
others you will probably be frustrated all of your life. Most likely you will stop sharing your faith altogether.
If you find yourself in this situation ask, “Why is it this way?” Are you trying to disciple the way someone else does? Are you limiting the way in which you can disciple? “I can only disciple on a street corner with a megaphone!”
To disciple well you need a sense of familiarity with how you are sharing the Gospel. Share through your experiences and gift. Add value to others lives out of what you are skilled to do. When you are enjoying the process the feel of discipling is easier to overcome.