We as pastors must disciple (train, educate, teach, counsel, and encourage) our people with the finished product in mind, which is our people being complete in Christ, and Christ being fully formed in our people. We must design the ministries of our church with this in mind, and we must engage our staff as well. A tall task, the task of a lifetime, both for our people and for us.
This means that our goal cannot be making them Reformed, or Covenental, or Dispensational, or Denominational. Our goal cannot only be for them to be a good tither, or someone who gets grace, or more loving, or more patient, or happier, or better adjusted, or forgiving, or more knowledgable, or more....I think you can get my drift here. Our goal for them must be all of Christ, in all of His fullness. This will take you, your staff, and your church all pulling in the same direction with the same goal in mind. Paul was laboring so that Christ would be fully formed in those whom he taught, so must we.
Don't be a one-dimensional discipler, don't be a hobby horse pastor, have it as your goal to teach and train the whole person; so that when you see them, you see Christ in them, and the longer they are under your care, the more of Christ you see in them.