Did you grow up going to church? Was faith and prayer a regular part of your family's life? I imagine that many people take these things for granted, but until I was in my tens I was one of the "unchurched". When I was a child, my family never went to any church. The only thing I knew of payer was when my grandmother taught me "Now I lay me down to sleep..." which scared me more than anything because that whole bit about dying having the Lord take my soul did not sound like a particularly good thing. My mother had a bible, and I was curious about it but if you don't know he good news about Jesus and you just start at the beginning you run into some pretty scary stuff. So how did I end up a Christian? I was invited to church by friends. I certainly never would have walked into one on my own, but going to fun events like church camp or Vacation Bible School with kids I already knew made all the difference. Some of the churches I went to still had too much of the "scary" elements--lots of 'hellfire and brimstone' preaching which made me feel even more heathen and unworthy than I already did. But eventually I found a church which felt right and became like a second family. And when I met my husband and went to a Lutheran church, I discovered that because of God's free gift of grace in Jesus Christ, I didn't have to worry about the scary stuff. So I hope that you'll consider inviting someone--even if it's just to an event outside of worship time, because we really do have a message worth sharing with others.