I firmly believe that everyone has to find their own path. Walking your path is all about forming a deep relationship with your idea of the divine and with your fellow human beings. If you do this you will not go far wrong. Your path should be liberating and it should set you free to truly be who you are. It should allow you to be open to share all that you are with those around you. Any real path should feed you with the desire to love and to be loved for these are the greatest things we can do.
The journey to the divine is not really outside of you. The journey is inside and that is where we must begin our search. No one can or should force us to make this journey; it is something we must do because we want to.
In my experience, I have noticed that this journey often begins for people with a small voice deep inside. It usually speaks the loudest when we are sick and tired of being where and what we are. The voice provokes restlessness and you know you need to be doing something or going somewhere or finding who you are. There is often a sense of being lost. This is where our fellow travellers can help. They can tell us what they have discovered and experienced but they cannot make you live their journey.
Be willing to share your faith but remember you are not the only way there are many travellers and many paths. Let your brother and sister find their way.