Enthusiastically, I began sharing some of this evidence with fellow Christians and (to my surprise) the majority of them had little knowledge of it! I remember thinking, “How can these people believe that a man came back from the dead without any evidence?” Understandably, the believer possesses experiential evidence, but if that experience does not correlate with available evidence, I believe the authenticity of the experience should be called into question. Further, what about the person who has questions and has not experienced God?
It seemed to me that if we had sound evidence to believe that God existed and that Jesus rose from the dead, we should be fairly excited about it and want to tell others!
I agree with Chad completely. He also offers a lot of advice about how to get started.
Apologetics 315: How to Get Apologetics in Your Church: Cultivating a Local Church Apologetics Ministry