1 Corinthians 9
Whatever a person is like, I try to find common ground with him so that he will let me tell him about Christ and let Christ save him. I do this to get the Gospel to them and also for the blessing I myself receive when I see them come to Christ. 1 Cor. 9:2-3 TLB
One of the most important way we can sow seeds of the gospel in a person's life is to discuss common human experiences. These conversations are seeds, and it's God's job to make them grow.
What are some of the unbelievers you encounter on a regular basis?
What types of conversations can you begin to have with these people in order to become a witness to them?
Have you ever presented the gospel to someone who ultimately declined?
How did you react? How would viewing that experience as a "seed-planting opportunity" have changed your reaction?