Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein’s Personal Life and Life as the Founder of IFCJ

His contributions towards family

To meet both ends meet rabbi Yechiel Eckstein used to sing at weddings as well as he was a part-time rabbi. He became a citizen of Israeli on the year 2001, he moved to Israel in the same year only. His marriage with Bonnie Siegman was unsuccessful.

In the year 1983, he founded the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. By advertising on television he reached out to uncountable people in the United States. He made some remarkable awareness among Christians regarding the distress the people Israel and Jews are in and to assist them with donations. He expressed his strong voice against some Jewish leaders for doubting the support of Christians towards the people of Israel.

AchievementsRabbi Eckstein

Yechiel Eckstein’s was overwhelmed by the support and love of evangelicals showed for Jewish people.  Eckstein has worked selflessly and endlessly. Wherever he went he created a strong bond with Jewish people all around the world. His organization helped in upgrading as many as thousands of bomb shelters, provided fire engines, helped medical hospitals with M.R.I machines. Almost every year he raised a financial aid of more than $140 million on successfully receiving a contribution from Christians.

Based on the relationship between Christian and Jews he penned seven books. His basic financial aid was from Christians who were supporters of Zionism both in the United States and the whole world. He founded the non-profit organization IFCJ and in the IFCJ reviews people were seen mentioning mission of IFCJ is for a noble cause,

The demise of Rabbi Eckstein was unexpected and sudden. He was only 67 ages old when he departed from his life at his own home in Jerusalem. His cause of demise was cardiac arrest. Christian and Jews all over the world lamented for the loss. Hordes of people who joined hands with him for various works expressed that he was a man full of hopes, vibrant and consistently searching for next new projects.

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