I considered posting this question in a reply to Michelle's thread about how people share the Gospel, but decided this was a bit too different in scope so here goes:
Lately something occurred to me: I cannot remember ever having been witnessed to in my entire adult life. Although I am a believer, and I'm not offended by this, I'd say it would be reasonable to expect that I'd have the occasional person sharing their faith with me in some way or another. It's never happened.
One could consider several factors that might explain this:
I don't get out much.
I'm very introverted.
One could argue, with some conviction, that God does not intend to waste the resource on an existing believer.
One could argue, with more conviction, that this characterizes the area in which I live (Bay Area).
One could argue, with even more conviction, that I have a face for radio.
Uh, but seriously, is my personal experience too myopic an indicator of the relative lack of evangelism, or could this be a sad commentary on what Christians don't do?
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