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May I Walk You Home?: Sharing Christ's Love With the Dying

by Melody Rossi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 076420355X, Paperback)

Reach the Terminally Ill With the Good News

Melody Rossi saw God work in the hearts of three close family members who died within a span of twenty-eight months. When she had nearly given up hope that they might believe, she was amazed to find their hearts softened to the gospel message.

Melody learned that illness has a way of making a person hungry for the truth about spiritual matters. If your unsaved friend or family member is facing death, this encouraging book can help you share Christ in loving, natural ways. She shows how to:

Serve in ways that speak louder than words
Respond to signs of spiritual openness
Discuss matters of eternal importance
Cope with the ups and downs of this difficult time

Filled with hope, joy, and practical wisdom, May I Walk You Home? will lovingly prepare you to talk to family and friends about Jesus.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:27 -0400)

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"Presents information on how to discuss spiritual matters with someone who is terminally ill. Addresses end-of-life issues, including physical and emotional aspects, as well as grief and loss"--Provided by publisher.

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