Here at Dedicated Christians we are really big into evangelism. And I completely agree with that. A word of caution though, when sharing the precious gospel with non believers, please make sure you know what you're saying. Especially if the person you're talking to has no predetermined ideas about Christianity, because you will be the one creating those preconceived notions. No pressure.
I had the opportunity a while back to have a very sobering yet joyous conversation with an acquaintance of mine who is slowly turning into a friend. She's a spunky young woman who is searching. She came over to my house to spend the night. At 11pm she got the urge to straighten my hair with the flat iron, "just to see what it would look like". The next thing I know, I'm plopped down in a chair, yawning my head off as a hot piece of metal comes frighteningly close to my ear. Suddenly she asks, "So I don't really get the whole Christian thing, I mean, I know we're all sinners, but then what's the point, if we're already going to hell?"
-1st thought: I am SO glad you asked
-2nd thought: What a weird time and place to share the gospel......
Whatever I told her about what I knew to be true was going to dictate not only how she viewed me, but also how she responded to "religion" from now on. I told this woman the truth, the truth about the the gospel, the WHOLE gospel. And I can only pray she finds what she's looking for in God.
And He said, “The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter seed on the ground, and should sleep by night and rise by day, and the seed should sprout and grow, he himself does not know how.
I know too many people whose hearts had been hardened to the truth because of the hypocrisy and self righteousness of some believers. And I've also met too many people who have only heard half of the gospel. That saddens me because the half of the gospel that breaks down, leaves you broken down unless the healing part is included. The opposite is equally as dangerous. Only giving half the gospel is like tilling the ground but not planting the seeds.
Please, when you share your faith, make sure you don't share one half without the other. Walk to walk and be genuine. With the gospel it's either all or nothing.