In order to share with these two friends, I simply messaged them on Facebook and asked them if they would check out my personal essay and personal essay video to help me out for a class. I explained that we were trying to find ways to share our beliefs with those not of our faith, and, since they both knew me fairly well in high school, they were open to help me out. I have since had a good discussion with the one who got back to me, and it was a really successful way to share my beliefs with him in a way that wasn't preachy or pushy or weird.
I really liked the approach I took because it was very casual and it didn't come off as if I was trying to throw my religion in their faces. I think having assignments like this helps because, when something is due for a class, it makes it seem like it isn't just another proselyting effort. However, because of the content, it should at least get those who check it out to be interested and hopefully want to learn more somewhere down the road.
I would also suggest being honest about the fact that this is actually about trying to share our faith. If we don't mention that and then all of a sudden our religion pops up, it can seem very deceiving and maybe even annoying. I wouldn't like it if that happened to me, because I would feel like the person sharing with me was trying to shove his/her religion in my face by tricking me.