I was saved through a Christian group who put paramount importance in sharing the gospel and making disciples. The phase of " where is your Timothy ?" was what many of the team leaders used to challenge us meaning that we need to be spiritually productive to save a soul and build up this individual to save others and build him into any disciple. For the past decade I carried this burden of "save and reproduce " in my spiritual life. Being a reserve and introvert type, sharing your life and be a good witness is counter to my personality, especially to stranger or causal acquaintance. There were times I feel so dry that I just do not want to witness but I did that anyway, as if it is the duty for me to do that despite of how I feel. I start questioning myself how come I do not experience the joy and longing to share. Is there something wrong with me ? Since several years ago, I no longer make a deliberate effort to witness. I witness only when there is a good opportunity to do so. Last time I did it was 2 months ago, while working on a construction project, I started to chat with another fellow and very naturally I shared the bridge illustration. It was just a very short version of my testimony and I ended with a question - " which side of the bridge are you in ?" I felt great and truly enjoy the conversation. I started to think that in the past I treated others as an object instead of a person, more like a car salesman to close a deal than someone who want to share the gospel for the good of a fellow human being. I just wonder 1. what your experience is in sharing the gospel, how important are witnessing and disciple making in your spiritual life. 2. how do you do it ? friendship evangelism ? 3. How do you follow up with those you help to accept Christ ?