Some Christians don't see the need for a large-scale effort to better unify Christians because they have many Christian friends themselves, but they want to think outside their own situation.
Consider the many Christians who don't feel their voices are heard and who have difficulty connecting with Christians in their daily surroundings because Christianity's presence is often discouraged in the public.
Christians, some of you may be well-connected to other members of the faith, so you may not see an immediate need to support a large-scale effort to better unify Christians and uplift the Christian voice in the public. You may feel that your voice is heard when you speak in your own circle and you happen to work in a place where a handful of your colleagues are Christian. However, think outside your own situation.
Consider the many Christians who don't feel their voices are heard and who have difficulty connecting with Christians in their daily surroundings because Christianity's presence is often discouraged in the public. The need for a stronger Christian network across the public is hard to argue with after considering what Christians face in general. The network should also not be for a single denomination but be supportive of Christians in general across the public.
This network should consist of Christians who are interested in sharing their faith publicly. This includes sharing their faith in schools and in workplaces at the appropriate times to help classmates and coworkers who are Christian realize that there are other Christians in their midst who they can talk with. Whereas some Christians may attend a Christian school or work in a church organization, there are many places where a Christian may feel no one in their class or place of work is open to them sharing their faith.