Our IFB church (which has a friendly atmosphere and solid, Biblical preaching and teaching) has a thriving K-12 Christian school near a town of about 300,000 people. We also have an inner city bus ministry that brings in kids (and teens) from poor areas of that town. We have separate youth groups for the Christian school teens and the inner city teens (so that activities and training can be more specifically geared to each group’s needs). The “problem”: How to effectively evangelize the more well-to-do bedroom community that our church is located in, including teens from the local public school. Our church regular practices door-to-door evangelism, which has had some success in the inner city but not in the bedroom community. We have started hosting some community evens to reach out to the area near the church, and while the events are well attended, they (so far) haven’t resulted in new converts or new local families joining the church. Any thoughts, advice?