Seth McBee writes as someone who wants to tell people about Jesus, but doesn’t find typical methods of evangelism easy:
“For most of us this is what we think of when we think of an evangelist: the semi-crazy person that we admire for their zeal. We are impressed with their courage, but we know that if that is what we are called to do, we could never pull it off. When we train in evangelism, this is the picture most either point to or think of. Which is one of the major reasons evangelism and evangelist have such a negative connotation for both the believer and non-believer. Essentially, we train folks to fit into a specific personality type and call it evangelism training. We are training people to be extrovert evangelists.”
You can read the rest of his article here.
And here’s a related book: Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture