The assignment Jesus gave to his disciples just before He ascended was: “Go and make disciples of all nations …”. The task of this group of believers was not to disciple the existing believers, but to disciple all nations – those who still do not believe, because Jesus came to save those who are lost. The discipleship of believers, however, is established in our ecclesiastical thinking. We are bringing people out of the world and bring them into church programs and we call it discipleship. The problem remains, however, that few disciples after their “discipleship training”, ever again become involved in unbelievers’ lives, because they no longer know how to communicate with unbelievers. We “discipled” them in the presence of only believers. The result – they no longer know how to journey with unbelievers.