I want to end this series on youth evangelism by covering what I feel is an extremely effective wrap-up technique when sharing your faith with someone - especially when it's in a street evangelism setting. It's what I call the "wrap-up prayer." I learned the value of this by watching my friend, Mario speak with people on the street. Mario is one of the most gifted people I know when it comes to sharing his faith with lost people.
He always concludes a conversation with a person on the street by asking if he can pray for them. If they aren't ready to commit their hearts to Christ yet, he asks if he can pray for them before he goes... maybe they would be interested in receiving prayer for healing or a problem they're dealing with, or just a prayer that God would bless them.
I was surprised how many people - especially in post-Christian Europe - are open to this. During this prayer he asks God to bless them, and to reveal himself to them. Afterwards he thanks them for their time and offers the number of a local church they can contact with any questions or for help.
I hope this series has been both informative and encouraging to you. Be blessed as you spread the Gospel message by sharing Christ's love with a lost world!