Jesus wants you to invite others to church. Here are three ways you can indirectly invite people to church without ever opening your mouth.
1). When you're at worship, Sunday School or Wednesday nights - use your phone to check-in on Facebook. When you check-in, you're telling others, "I'm at church." I know of a church in Indiana that grew tremendously using Facebook check-ins. Every Sunday and Wednesday dozens of members checked-in - which flooded the newsfeeds of all their friends. A Facebook check-in is like a public service announcement.
2). Write a Google review of your church. Most people who visit a church will first visit the church's website. How do they find the website? They Google the name of the church. Google drives more traffic to First Baptist Moreland's website than anything else. When you Google a church, not only does the church name and address appear, but also the reviews. If someone's considering a visit, they'll read the reviews. You need to write a Google review of your church.
3). Place a yard sign of your church in your yard. Do you live on a busy road or highway? Thousands of cars drive by everyday and you could indirectly be inviting them to church. Ask your church to spend $100 to order some yard signs to go in member's yards who live on busy roads. All the sign needs is the church's logo and website. You're indirectly telling motorists, "I attend First Baptist Moreland."
You can be a great evangelist for the Lord without ever saying a word.