I think that most Christians mistakenly look to the "Church catholic" (the corporate body) to be responsible for bringing the Gospel to the world, when in truth the Great Commission tells each individual member that he or she is supposed to take up the responsibility for communicating the Gospel to those around him or her. It starts with a burning desire born out of love to see one's friends, family, acquaintances, and fellow workers to know the truth about Jesus Christ. That must lead to fervent prayer, asking the Holy Spirit to prepare their hearts to hear with spiritual ears. That, in turn, must lead to having one's feet shod with the preparation of the Gospel.... that is, one must be spiritually alert when the Lord says (quietly, to the inner man), "Talk to this one," one must be prepared by knowing Scriptures concerning man's need for God's salvation and God's wonderful gift of grace, and one must be willing to leave one's comfort zone for the sake of God's love and glory. God's desire is that none should perish and that all should come to repentance; as members of His Body on earth, shouldn't that be our desire as well? Yes, believers need to be better catechized. But that catechism needs to include a heavy emphasis on how and why to evangelize, and why we should never skitter away in fear from it. Believers must be taught, "Each One, Reach One" (followed by "one more," then "one more still," etc).