After the storming of the houses of believers in July 2018, Vadim Levchuk ended up in a pre-trial detention center, where he ended up spending almost 2 years. The man was tried and found guilty of "organizing extremist activities" and sentenced to 4 years in a general regime colony. In March 2021, he was taken to a Novosibirsk colony.
At the age of 20, Vadim believed in God and began to carefully study the Bible. After moving to the city of Berezovsky (Kemerovo region), he worked as a miner for 14 years, and later continued to work at the enterprise as a facing. In 2017, he received a commendation for his conscientious attitude to work.
Since 1997, Vadim has been married to Tatyana, they have two sons. The elder one works at the mine, the younger one studies, a scholar in connection with the victory in the municipal stage of the All-Russian Olympiad in Geography. The whole family respects the Bible, leads a healthy lifestyle, is fond of sports, loves to relax in nature.
Vadim's conviction by the court came as a shock to his family. Friends and family are shocked that the believer was given a real prison term just because he peacefully studied the Bible at home.