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Rabbi Eckstein Travels to Korea

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I’m on my way to one of our Fellowship offices around the world. We’ve grown over the years from a little hole in the wall in Chicago to offices in the U.S., Canada, Korea, Australia, and Brazil. So I’m off to see how the Korea work and ministry is doing, to solidify the board of directors, and to speak at some of the largest churches there. By the time I come back I will have spoken to nearly half a million people. I am excited to connect with our Fellowship friends in Korea, and then, after many travels recently, to return home to Israel.

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