Yuri - the Russian Warrior

by Helen Rylance


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/3/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 178
ISBN : 9781491891773
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 178
ISBN : 9781491891780

About the Book

This is the fifth in a series of novels based on life in England during the period known in the Bible as the Tribulation. A period of time expected to last approximately seven years. Yuri is a Russian soldier who becomes involved with the group from Emmanuel Fellowship, when he and his fellow soldiers attack Ebenezer Farm. He is left for dead along with others by his compatriots. When the group from the farm decide to bury the dead Russian soldiers. Yuri is found to be unconscious , but alive. The group nurse him back to health. Eventually he receives Jesus Christ as his Saviour. When God calls him to serve him, Yuri finds himself going out on missions to rescue others in various parts of the world. This story is full of adventure, action and romance.


About the Author

Author of six published books. Helen is a committed christian, who has been teaching the Bible for 45 years. She has three grown up children and twelve grandchildren. Her former Pastor and friend once said of her; On first contact with her she appears to be a well integrated and confident woman and she is! The path she has taken has been strewn with 'many dangers, toils and snares' Christ warned us, "In this world you will have trouble" Many believers who undergo severe trials find themselves broken or hardened by the heat of the oven of affliction. Helen is a living example of someone who has been refined in the furnace of tribulation. Furthermore, she is somebody who can sympathise with others facing similar things. She has a great gift of seeing the potential in those that more "comfortable" believers may reject as hopeless. For the past twenty years she has had a heart for the Jews and has lived in Israel as a volunteer for two years. She now visits Israel on a regular basis.