I realize the idea of going into a bar to meet sinners will be unthinkable to many Christians. I'm not saying that's a bad thing. But the root question this interview addresses, "What are you doing to get to know unbelievers?", may have other answers that are more feasible to our immediate mindset.
What are we doing to get to know unbelievers for the purpose of evangelism? Are we content to hang out with Christians? Sports leagues aren't just for recreation. Dramatic productions, civic groups, and community meetings can be about more than culture and public policy. Coffee shops and diners are good for more than caffeine and cholesterol (as much as I like bacon).
Peruse all the speaker interviews for the 2006 DGM Conference here.
Note: Some of the subject matter of the interview may be inappropriate for some potential listeners. Nothing explicit, but rather frank on sensitive subjects.