One thing I would highly encourage you to do is to not bombard people with in-your-face evangelism. Yes, some of us are bolder than others and have the personality to just be blunt and direct with people. But, for the most part, many of us are just not that way and cannot imagine approaching someone that way. Especially "lost sheep" that need Him. Jesus Christ built relationships with people and shared with them in the process. I truly believe this is how we build successful evangelism opportunities. It just comes in natural conversations with others. But there are also times when we hear things and we may choose to resopnd and give our input. In these times, people may be more open to our input and knowledge of God and our relationship with Him.
Please understand, I am not in any way trying to tell any of you how to do evangelism, but simply encouraging to go about it in a non-forceful way. There are so many people today turned off to Christianity and the last thing they probably need is someone to get in their face. Build the relationships and then share with people. Building the relationships is a sure way to get a foot in with sharing with someone who is lost.
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