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A Small Price to Pay

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A book you will not be able to put down!
Living in the Soviet Union under cruel communism,
Mikhail Khorev finds grace to suffer any trial for God.
A TRUE STORY


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This book can be found in the following sets:
Remembering Communism 4 Pack 

Book Information:
Biography of Mikhail Khorev
Written by Harvey Yoder

Retail: $11.95, 214 pages
Softbound, 13 page photo section included
TGS International Publishing

From the book: "Please, would you let us stay inside your house tonight? It is so cold and my children and I would appreciate if we could just have some kind of shelter." Mama was talking fast through the closed door.

"How many?" We could hear the voice from inside.
"I have four children," Mama answered hopefully.
"I have no room for such a big family," the voice said firmly.

Mama turned and joined us. We crossed the street and trudged a little further up the road to an intersection. Without a word, Mama spread our only blanket on the ground next to a wooden fence outside someone's yard. We huddled together, trying to stay warm.

Living in the Soviet Union under cruel, atheistic communism and growing up during World War II, young Mikhail Khorev saw much suffering and death. Often homeless and near starvation, he struggled to believe in God's love. This inspiring story of how Mikhail grew to be a man of God, willing to suffer prison for the God who loved him, will move you to tears and strengthen your faith. You, too, will come to realize that everything we can give to the Christ who saves us is still ... A Small Price To Pay

Author Bio: Harvey Yoder was born in 1951 and raised in an Amish community until he was 20. He joined a Mennonite church and lived in various communities until he moved with his wife and family to Western NC in 2000, where they are active in a non-denominational community church. He has travelled all over the world to gather material for his over 14 books, and counting. "The worst thing about being an author is the traveling and the best thing is meeting ordinary people with amazing testimonies." All of his books are the result of hours of personal interviews. "The Happening" based on the shooting in the Amish community of Nickel Mines in PA has been the best seller so far. "Until my work on earth is finished," he quips when asked how long he will continue to write.

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