Have you ever read a book so captivating that you could hardly put it down? And when you did put it down, you still couldn’t shake it from your mind? This is one such book.
“When the outer world is cut off from sight, a new sense opens for the unseen.” – Richard Wurmbrand
“In God’s Underground” is the autobiographical story of Richard Wurmbrand, a Lutheran minister who suffered immense persecution at the hands of the Soviet Union when they invaded Romania in the mid-1900’s. Over the course of more than fourteen years of imprisonment and unthinkable torture for the sake of Christ, his focus remained fixed on the opportunity set before him: to minister the good news to people around him who so clearly needed it.
Near the beginning of the book, Wurmbrand recounts his life before Christ and the lack of lasting satisfaction it brought.… Read more