Jesus healed many different ways in the gospels. In fact, when we read about his healing miracles to the blind we see that Jesus sometimes touches the blind eyes. One time he spit on a man's eyes. Another time he spit on the ground and put mud on the eyes. Then there are times when he simply makes a statement, "Your faith has made you whole." And what about those other times when the text simply says he healed them with no explanation? I wonder what he did. There doesn't seem to be any cohesive pattern here. We're told Jesus spoke what he heard the Father say and do what he saw the Father do. Liquid. He flowed with his dad.
Wherever people are is where God's people are to be. Wherever people are sorting out life, there is often an empty seat for me and for you to be the gospel. But we can't sit in that seat if we don't leave our comfort zone. And we won't have any credibility unless we love and do the gospel with sincerity. There's no one method, just be sure to carry it wherever he leads you. "I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some."