Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand
Before communism fell in Eastern Europe, Christians were often arrested and kept in prisons or labor camps, where the Communists went to great lengths to break their faith. This is the story of a family whose faith endured.
When Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand began their marriage, they enjoyed a life of comfort. Though they were both of Jewish decent, they chose to forego religion and instead opted for an atheistic worldview. Early in their marriage, however, Richard began to study Christianity and soon converted. Sabina followed suit. About this time, Communism was gaining power and World War II was beginning. The Romanian couple chose to go undercover for Christ. They shared the gospel, even with the enemy, and rescued children from Nazi capture. Eventually, the Romanian government captured Richard, and he wasn’t able to reunite with his wife for a whole decade. Through it all, the couple and their young son soldiered on in love and strength without losing faith in their God.The documentary tells complete story of this extraordinary family, “Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand: The Underground Pastor and His Wife.” Actual footage of Richard and Sabina allows them to tell parts of their courageous story themselves. Their unwavering courage and zeal for their faith are sure to inspire the viewer. Their legacy lives on in the 21st century and will continue to live on, as long as people share their story. For this reason, The Dove Foundation wholeheartedly recommends this film for audiences 12 years of age and older and awards it the Dove Faith Friendly seal of approval.