I'm truly impressed with this book. It is organized in such a logical sequence. First, the author bares his frustration in trying to keep his home visits always on a spiritual plane. There is not a pastor or layman who has not been disheartened in visitation when the conversation is politely turned from the subject of salvation to secular conversation. Readers will quickly identify with the author's admission and wonder what new plans he might have. The surprise comes when he suggests a non-directive approach, which allows love to be the focus point. Wow! I still have loads of books on evangelism on how to get people to commit their faith in Jesus Christ. None of them suggest that love should be the key into the door of someone else's life. What the author has made so meaningful to me is the recognition that a person's home is truly their sanctuary. If we are to be allowed into their home, we cannot expect to re-arrange their house by our visit. Nor can we bring in "furnishing" to clutter their household when they are not ready for additions. Only through our abiding love for them will they eventually open up their closet doors. It worked for Jesus, it will work for us.