By Virginia Prodan
This is Virginia Prodan’s autobiographical account of growing up in Communist Romania under the rule of Nicolae Ceausescu. She was raised somewhat mysteriously by an unloving aunt, then made her way to law school before becoming a believer in Jesus Christ. She began to represent repressed churches and pastors and gained a national and international reputation for her work under the repressive Ceausescu regime. President Reagan enabled her to obtain religious asylum along with her family. She settled in Dallas, Texas, where she again went to law school and established her own practice.
She could easily have been killed or thrown in jail many times, but God protected her and she eventually made her way to the United States, where she still lives today. A thrilling story.