Discipleship typically involves a mentor-disciple relationship, where a more experienced and knowledgeable individual (the mentor or disciple-maker) guides and teaches a less experienced person (the disciple) in the principles, beliefs, and practices of the Christian faith. The ultimate goal of Christian discipleship is often spiritual growth, a deeper understanding of scripture, and the development of a more Christ-like character. This can involve studying the Bible, engaging in prayer and worship, participating in community or church activities, and living out the teachings of Jesus in daily life.