Natasha Vins

By writing her autobiography Children of the Storm, Vins intended that readers realize how difficult life was in the Soviet Union for people who believed in the Lord and understand how faith will persevere.  Vins' father led the underground church and spent much time either in hiding or in prison.  Trying to maintain her own faith in a faithless country, Vins depended on her grandmother to help guide her.  By following the Lord, Vins could not accept what ungodly Soviet communism offered her through education or seeming opportunity.  Thus she lived in relative poverty and dealt with hardships.  Her story allows readers to see a world they most likely have never encountered.


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Children of the Storm
by Natasha Vins
from Bob Jones University Press
Autobiography for 8th-10th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)