Sharing Christ with the Dying by Melody Rossi is a very simple how to book on introducing a dying person to a personal life and afterlife with Jesus Christ. The author is very open with how she dealt with the deaths of her mother, father and stepmother. She tells of how to do the introductions but rely on prayer with God in order to decide when to lay low and when to go forward with Christian education. She freely admits that she cannot "save" anyone--only Christ can do that. She tells of how first with her mother she overcame her fears of rejection from her mother in order to show her the truth of salvation which was a big part of Ms. Rossi's own life. She shows how to be non-confrontational but still get across the message before their ultimate death.
This book is advertised as a how to book for showing Christ to the dying but what I think is that this book would be a great resource book for anyone going into the mission of telling the story of Christ and his loving mercy to anyone. It brings forward that no one can save anyone else-that is only Christ's job. But it tells of how through prayer God can guide the missioner with exactly how far to go and what to say at what time. It tells how to recognize when a person is open to the spirit and when to be low key and just listen to them. This book does not pretend to be a tell all book but rather instructs to pray and follow your own prompts from the savior in order to guide you in introducing a spirit filled life to another. This book needs to be read by all ages. It has many Biblical references for the missioner to use in their own mission work with the dying.
This book was provided by Bethany House for this review.