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Rabbi Eckstein Dreaming Big in Korea

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Rabbi Eckstein continues his trip to South Korea this week, meeting with presidents of the top universities and seminaries. He also spoke at Seoul’s Yoido Full Gospel Church, one of the largest churches in South Korea with more than 830,000 members.

The Fellowship has had a presence in Korea for years now, and as Rabbi Eckstein is working to strengthen our operation there, he hopes this will be the base for a Fellowship presence throughout the Far East.

“It’s a big dream, a big vision,” Rabbi Eckstein said. “As it proceeds step by step, I am excited to see where this initiative goes!”

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