6 edition of Richard and Sabina found in the catalog.
November 4, 2002
by BookSurge Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
VOM published even how within months of our arrival in the United States, from on, I worked together with my parents Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, to start what is now Voice of the Martyrs. Recently released documents from the archives of the Romanian secret police prove the communists had issued an order to kill our entire family. Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand - Before communism fell in Eastern Europe, Christians were often arrested and kept in prisons or labor camps where the Communists went to great lengths to break their faith. This is the story of a family whose faith endured. Born in Romania, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand became Christians after they were married.
Richard Steiner. Guest Book. 1 entry He previously worked at MacTool in Sabina and Washington Court House. Richard was a fan of anything John Deere and was an avid collector of horse-drawn. And it’s this story that they’ve shared in the new “Tortured for Christ” movie alongside the book. “Richard was in prison for 14 years. Sabina was held for three years, part of that time in a labor camp, building the Danube Canal. Richard was in solitary confinement for three solid years.
Sabina Wurmbrand is often overshadowed by her famous husband, Richard, who is a great man of God. This book is a tale of her suffering and perseverance in an atheist society. I read this book when I was sixteen, but did not fully appreciate it until I reread it in my twenties. She is a wonderful woman and model of the love and forgiveness of God.5/5(5). Persecuted from to , in Romania. In , Richard Wurmbrand married Sabina Oster. Two years later, they began following Jesus as the Messiah. Both had been raised in Jewish families, but thanks in part to the witness of a Christian carpenter named Christian Wölfkes, they joined the Anglican Mission to the Jews in their home city of Bucharest, Romania.
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The first time Richard’s and Sabina’s stories are both contained within one cover, this book contains a wealth of insight into the lives of these two heroes of the faith. Their story challenges all of us to “go and do likewise” as we boldly live out our own walk of faith with Jesus/5(66).
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Sabina: A Novel Set in the Italian Renaissance/5(). Obituary: Sabina Wurmbrand rather than absorb the lessons on the essential evil of the regime irrefutably set out in Sabina Wurmbrand's book.
One reviewer wrote: "This book is Author: Michael Bourdeaux. Richard & Sabina Wurmbrand. 10K likes. This page is intended to be a reminder of Richard & Sabina 's incredible love for God and for eachprison, persecution, sickness & death could not Followers: 10K. Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand Before communism fell in Eastern Europe, Christians were often arrested and kept in prisons or labor camps where the Communists went to great lengths to break their faith.
This is the story of a family whose faith endured. Before communism fell in Eastern Europe, Christians were often arrested and kept in prisons or labor camps where the communists went to great lengths to break their faith. Richard & Sabrina Wurmbrand: The Underground Pastor and His Wife is a real life story of a family whose faith endured.
After living multiple imprisonments, the Wurmbrand began a ministry now know as 'The Voice of the Martyrs 5/5(6). Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand Many people called him ‘the Voice of the Underground Church’ and others referred to him as ‘the Iron Curtain St.
Paul.’ This humble man, who began the ministry of Voice of the Martyrs, was the Rev. Richard Wurmbrand, who passed away Febru The Pastor's Wife by Sabina Wurmbrand. It is an autobiography of the life of this lady and her husband who is one of the founders of Voices Of The Martyrs. It covers their life during the years of the end of the Second World War through the 50's and 60's behind the Iron Curtain in Romania.
It is inspirational to all Christian women and men/5. Richard & Sabina Wurmbrand: the underground pastor and his wife (Visual) One of God's smallest by Anutza Moise (Book) Richard Wurmbrand; der "Botschafter" der Untergrundkirche by Gerhard Simon (Book).
Born in Romania, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand became Christians after they were married. They soon began sharing the Gospel, even though it was prohibited. InRichard stood up publicly and proclaimed Christ while speaking out against communism.
Discover the inspiring lives of Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand. Arrested by the Romanian police for illegally leading Christian worship and witnessing, Richard endured 14 years of prison and torture. His wife, Sabina, was subjected to two years of forced labor. But somehow they emerged neither melancholy nor embittered but with stories of victorious faith.
pages, hardcover from Cook.5/5(1). Inat the age of 23, Sabina met and married Richard Wurmbrand. While the couple was vacationing that year in the mountains of Romania, both Sabina and Richard were converted to the Christian returning to their home in Bucharest, they joined the Anglican Mission 's autobiography book "The Pastor's Wife" was Followers: K.
The Paperback of the Richard and Sabina: A Biography Of The Rev. Richard Wurmbrand And His Wife Sabina by Jack Cole at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Due to Pages: On OctoRichard and Sabina were married, and both converted to Christ in Richard was ordained, first as an Anglican, and then after World War II, as a Lutheran minister.
Richard Wurmbrand was born the youngest of four boys in a Jewish family on Main Bucharest, Romania. Gifted intellectually and fluent in nine languages, Richard was active in leftist politics and worked as a stockbroker. On Oct. 26,Richard married Sabina Oster, who was also Jewish.
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The Story of Richard Wurmbrand “God, I know surely that You do not exist. But if perchance You exist, which I contest, it is not my duty to believe in You; it is Your duty to reveal Yourself to me.” 1 The young Jewish atheist who uttered that flippant prayer was Richard Wurmbrand, born in in Bucharest, Romania.
Little did he know how completely God would answer him, call him to a life. Richard Wurmbrand wrote Tortured for Christ 50 years ago.
How is this book different. This is the first time you can read the whole story in one book—the whole story of Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, who eventually founded The Voices of Martyrs.
For the rest of their lives, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand worked with “The Voice of the Martyrs” to serve the persecuted church around the world. Christians are persecuted and imprisoned in Vietnam, China, North Korea, Cuba, Laoas, and even still in the former Soviet Union.
If you still want to help projects started by my parents, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, now hanging in the air, please help me reclaim my parents and my family name. Like the first Christians please ask: “Brethren, what shall we do?” (Book of Acts ) You may write to me at the address below.
God Bless, Michael Wurmbrand. Michael Wurmbrand. Sabina graduated from high school in Czernowitz, and then studied languages at the Sorbonne in Paris. While working in Bucharest, she married Richard Wurmbrand in During a vacation that year, both Richard and Sabina were converted to the Christian faith, joining the church of the Anglican Mission in Bucharest/5.
RICHARD WURMBRAND, who has died a was a Romanian Lutheran pastor whose determination to spread the word of God led to his being imprisoned for 14 years and tortured by the Communist.Pastor Richard Wurmbrand spent 14 years in prison because of his outspoken Christian witness and faith in Christ.
Three of those years were spent in solitary confinement. His wife, Sabina, was imprisoned for three years, including months in a labor camp on the Danube Canal.