Remember the last time you had to stop and fish that little hitchhiker out of your shoe? Maybe it was a little piece of gravel, a large bit of sand, or even a balled up piece of thread. It was driving you nuts and you couldn't walk anymore until you dug it out. You certainly didn't put it there, but you were going to take care of it!
Christian, make sure to leave a pebble for those you share the Good News with. After you talk with them, you want them to think about the conversation they just had with you. As you know, that little hitchhiker in your shoe can come in many different forms. So can the pebble that you leave with your unbelieving friend. Leave it in the form of a difficult question that they would ponder and let that be the last thing you say to them. Give them a gospel tract. These are small, cheap, and concise. Check out the post below for one I designed. If you would like some, let me know. They are very inexpensive. A gospel tract is a short booklet, card, bookmark, etc that briefly explains the Good News of the Christ. Another good pebble is a "red book." The Good News For You! booklet is a 7 lesson Bible study booklet on the Gospel of John. It slowly leads a person to faith beginning with "man's problem" and ending with encouraging a person to receive Christ and walk as His disciple.
The pebble you leave will stir up curiosity and it may be the very thing that sets them up to either receive Christ or better prepare soil for someone else to harvest.
Are you prepared each day to "leave a pebble" with a friend, co-worker, or a person you'll never see again? Be prepared. Keep material in your car, purse, shirt pocket, or better yet, in your heart! 1 Peter 3:15
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.