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The Fellowship Launches Outreach in Brazil

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Rabbi Eckstein offers his greeetings while traveling in Brazil: 

Shalom, friends, from Brazil! The Fellowship is launching a new ministry here, and I am speaking at major churches, including the main Assemblies of God Church in Rio de Janeiro. Already, thousands of Christians are responding to our call to stand with Israel.

Next week, I’ll be meeting with Brazilian government officials, including the vice president of Brazil, the head of the senate, and others, and the following week I’ll be meeting with members of the Brazilian Jewish community in Sao Paulo.

Please join me in praying that this new outreach will be a success. I remain, as always, grateful for your support!

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