I talked to Michael on a Friday night in Old Town Fort Collins in April 2010. He was an affable young man who said he was a Christian. I asked what he would say to me if I wasn't a believer and only had three minutes to live. I also told him what I would say in those three minutes courtesy our brother Tony Miano.
Here is the interview: http://www.archive.org/details/InterviewWithMichael_996&reCache=1
"There must also be a willingness to obey the Lord in all His commandments. It is a shameful thing for a man to profess discipleship and yet refuse to learn his Lord's will upon certain points, or even dare to decline obedience when that will is known. How can a man be a disciple of Christ when he openly lives in disobedience to Him?" CH Spurgeon “The Soul-Winner” pg 30
Tracy interviewed Cody on a Saturday afternoon in May 2010 in Old Town Fort Collins. Cody attends church every Sunday and Wednesday and said he strongly believed that he would go to heaven when he died. Tracy enjoyed talking to him and getting his ideas on the subject of life after death. He said that it is hard to say how a just and holy God can forgive our sins.
Men need to be told that, except divine grace shall bring them out of their enmity to God, they must eternally perish; and they must be reminded of the sovereignty of God, that He is not obliged to bring them out of this state, that He would be right and just if He left them in such a condition, that they have no merit to plead before Him, and no claims upon him, but that if they are to be saved, it must be by grace, and by grace alone. CH Spurgeon “The Soul-Winner” pg 17-18
View yourselves as grains of wheat predestinated to seed the world. That man lives grandly who is as earnest as if the very existence of Christianity depended upon himself, and is determined that to all men within his reach shall be made known the unsearchable riches of Christ. CH Spurgeon “The Soul-Winner” pg 204