Many Christians don’t share their faith out of fear of being ridiculed, disapproved and persecuted by the world. We hesitate to share and fear-based thoughts begin to show up like, “He might not listen to me,” “What if doing this costs me my friend?,” “She might ask me questions I can’t answer,” or “They might reject what I say.” Because we’re afraid that those in our networks will be offended or uncomfortable when we share our faith, we don’t bring it up and remain in our own, comfortable faith bubble, only sharing it with those we know our comfortable with Jesus’ message. One way to conquer this fear is to talk with every person you meet about spiritual matters – not just certain types of people – when an opportunity arises. Don’t discriminate against those who you feel will not respond well to the Gospel’s message. While you can’t predict how anyone will respond to your efforts, you can plant important seeds of faith in a person’s heart that will grow over time.