Not unto Death but unto Life by Andrey Yagin
Pastor Alexey Zimin and his Ministry in an ex-Soviet town are the target of terrorist attacks. Who is behind this evil?
Pastor Alexey Zimin lives in an ex-Soviet seaside town of Yuzhnogorsk. He has a great family, a dynamic ministry and loving friends. Everything good in his life is only beginning to happen when serious testings come: a death threat, a murder of a close friend and intimidation. As the area where he lives is on the verge of a revival international assassins begin to terrorize the local population including a growing Moslem minority. They appear to be connected to coup d’etats in Africa and transnational oil corporations. Why Alexey is the target of the enemy’s attacks and who is behind that evil?
Learn for yourselves how this story ends.
All the characters and the plot of this book are fictitious; however, almost all the events described here really took place in various areas of the former Soviet Union and the world.
- Classification: Universal
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- First submitted Dec. 10, 2011
- Last updated Dec. 10, 2011
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