When it comes to discipleship, churchgoers struggle most with sharing Christ with non-Christians according to a recent study of church-going American Protestants.The study conducted by LifeWay Research found 80 percent of those who attend church one or more times a month, believe they have a personal responsibility to share their faith, but 61 percent have not told another person about how to become a Christian in the previous six months.These distressing results came from an extensive discipleship research project focused on measuring spiritual maturity in individuals. Overall, LifeWay Research found eight biblical attributes consistently evident in the lives of maturing believers. Of those eight, "Sharing Christ" has the lowest average score among Protestant church attendees. ...read more: http://www.charismanews.com/us/33957-study-most-churchgoers-fail-to-share-faith
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
This is the reason we have started a house church network to have even groups of 2-3 believers meeting and then praying and making efforts led by the Spirit to share the Gospel with unbelievers.http://www.sermonindex.net/fellowships/These meetings are inter-denominational, Christ-centered, no centred on specific divisive doctrines but rather on the headship of Jesus Christ. If there is not a fellowship in your area consider being a contact point for one.