Is everybody called to minister? I mean in an evangelical sense? I’m around; actually I’m involved with, a lot of the minorities and multiple activists, several of them not pertaining of ethnicity, that need a ton of this. Yet I’m no good with direct, literal ministry and preaching to people right out. Despite this does God command me to offer him to everyone I know? Or is there a limit; such as only approaching my peers, or employers, or fellow ethnic groups? I’m mainly associated with two cultures: The ‘spiritual left;’ mainly ethnic minority dancers, musicians, writers and speakers, and the students of AICASF; mostly hardcore/punk rock fandom and MTV watchers. I’m actually caught in a mental battle of understanding of the two, and I can’t seem to find a way to communicate/relate to either of them. Actually, I’ve been too isolated to relate to much of anything except what comes out of news radio. Anyway, should I try to minister to them, being part of my passion in life? I really don’t know who else to share Jesus with. I once felt called to minister inside in Church as a deacon or even a preacher, but I think that would be a burden to my work outside it.