There is a huge problem with Christians today. Too many of us claim to believe in Heaven and Hell, but we don't tell people about Jesus. It's time for you to decide where you stand and then to back up your choice with actions and your lifestyle.
We tend to take one of 2 stances with Hell, using it as a scare tactic or ignoring it and focusing on Heaven. Example: I had a good good friend I grew up with and once she was sharing with me how she was witnessing to this guy, but failing miserably. So I asked her to run me through the conversations they had been having. At first it was going quite well, but her "sales pitch" really caught my attention. She told him, "you're going to Hell." She just could not understand why he would no longer talk to her...
On the other hand we have thousands of "Christians" not sharing the Gospel or the reality of Hell with people for fear of offending them. Think about it this way. If you we're watching as a car plowed though a neighborhood and was inevitably going to hit an unaware pedestrian, is there anyway you would watch that happen, without doing all you could to make the pedestrian aware of the incoming catastrophe? I'm willing to bet that we would all do everything humanly possible to prevent that pedestrian from being hit by the car.
Now, which is more important, being struck by a car or spending eternity in a Hell the Bible depicts as the second death, with weeping and gnashing of teeth? There's no comparison, is there. We really need to admit Hell is a reality... and we need to live like we believe it.
For starters: I am nothing special, I love Jesus and He is my Lord. I am the husband of a godly woman. She is working with me to raise a godly child. I am a teacher. I love to read and write.