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Rabbi Eckstein Building Bridges in Brazil

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Rabbi Eckstein continues his tour of Brazil, where he’s speaking at churches, meeting with government officials, and launching a new Fellowship ministry.

Here he prays with Apostle Jose Tadeu at his church, Apostolic Community of Praising Hearts in Sao Paulo. Rabbi Eckstein gave Tadeu a menorah, which is often seen as a symbol of Israel’s mission to be a “light unto the nations” (Isaiah 49:6), a fitting message for this trip of solidarity across religious and national lines.  

Please continue to pray for Rabbi Eckstein as he builds bridges between faiths and countries and encourages even more people to stand strong for Israel.

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