The end of life care for terminally ill persons is a complex task that involves many people. This includes care providers, family members, and members of the community. Terminal illnesses are, to a great extent, viewed as a burden to other family members. Euthanasia is considered a potential solution to the suffering associated with the end of life care. However, many religious factions do not support this practice. This paper explores the case of a patient with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis seeking clarification on euthanasia. The basis of this paper will be on the Christian interpretation of human suffering and euthanasia.