Book Review: A Small Price to Pay

Mikhail Khorev grew up in the communist Soviet Union during World War II.  His family was often homeless and starving because of the government’s intolerance of Christianity.  Raised by a father who died in prison for preaching God’s word, and a mother who never lost her faith, Mikhail grew up to be a minister of the gospel despite the constant threat of imprisonment.
A Small Price to Pay is about how Mikhail was imprisoned repeatedly for the “crime” of sharing his Christian faith with others but each time he saw it as an opportunity to reach other inmates for Christ.  At times the conditions and torture became unbearable but each time the Lord sustained him.

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