At seven years old, Jada will make a happy transition from pain and sickness to the eternal joys of Paradise very soon. Her story will not have a sad ending! We can rejoice over this! Yet, there are countless people with a spiritual sickness that will have an infinitely more tragic end unless we help them prepare for that journey to the long home of the soul. Whatever it costs us in time, sacrifice, comfort, or even money should be balanced by the value of the soul involved (Matt. 16:26). Our efforts will not likely draw the attention of the local or national press, but it will produce a recognition far higher some day (cf. Prov. 11:30; 1 Cor. 3:11ff). How many people, touched by the gospel, might say what this grandmother said. People are searching everywhere, looking for anything, while the answer might be in their hometown, near the cubicle, in their very neighborhood, in the places where they are every day. We have the answer to the greatest question mankind will ever ask: "What must I do to be saved?" The question is, "Will we have the compassion to make this all-important decision to share the good news?" People need help to get home!