As a believer, God has purposes for your life. Each of us has a mission. Our common mission is to tell people the good news about God’s grace.
God wants me TO SHARE THE GOOD NEWS. Once I know that God is in control, that God made me in order to love me, that life is not an accident and it has a purpose—then God expects me to share that with others.
“Evangelism” is very misunderstood. We sometimes think of guys with big hair shouting “SEND ME YOUR MONEY!” That’s not good news to anybody except the guys with big hair. But evangelism is really ‘good news’. And here is it: God loves me and has a plan for my life. The way I grew up, you would think evangelism is all bad news: They said: GOD WANTS TO SEND YOU TO HELL IF YOU DON’T SHAPE UP. The truth is that the Bible says in 2 Peter 3:9 that God doesn’t want anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance. 
So where do we share? If we use the model of Acts 1:8, we begin at home, then next door, then to the ends of the earth.
God doesn’t call us to be his defense attorney, his prosecutor, or his salesman. He just wants you to tell what you’ve seen, and what has happened to you. You are the best authority on your life.
God wants us to partner with him to plunder hell and populate heaven. We don’t have to be experts to do that. We do best when we simply and honestly share with others what God has done to us and for us, and what He means to us. Evangelism is one beggar telling another beggar where to find fresh bread.
-Pastor Dino Griffin