It's always good to have someone introduce you to new people. In a nutshell, that is what Jesus asks us to do: introduce people to Him. Our primary call isn't to 'bring people to church', or to turn evangelism into a massive project with no personality or heart. We are, most simply, called to introduce people to this Jesus we know. We just need to be honest and brave, and Jesus will do the hard bit (the 'heart bit'?...).
We hear stories of people going into the deepest parts of the world for God, but there are heaps who don't know Jesus right here in New Zealand; they're in our lecture halls, our offices, our coffee shops, our football teams. You don't have to know everything about Christianity or the Bible; you just have to be in love with Jesus. When you have real love for someone, you can't help mention them naturally in conversation.
Oh, and in case you're wondering, Jesus said, 'If I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all people toward Me (John 12:32 NCV). The 'drawing people toward Him' work is Jesus'. He's best at it anyway. He just wants us to make Him visible initially.
So what now? Write down the name of one person who you want to concentrate on introducing to Jesus. Now, pray, and imagine yourself introducing them to Him in a real life chat, in person ("Friend, meet Jesus. Jesus, meet Friend."). After that, it's Jesus who develops the relationship.
Soulfood : Rev 5-9, Luke 13:18-35, Ps 136:1-12, Prov 6:30-31