Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was a notable Israeli American who was born in the month of July 11, 1951, and took his last breath at his residence on February 6th, 2019 was the founder of “international fellowship of Christians and Jews” (IFCJ) which is considered to be the largest non-profit institution in Israel who supported poor Israelis, slaughter survivors and the Jews away from their homeland.
Almost from all the corners of the world chief members of Jewish, Israel and evangelical Protestantism shed tears for his death. He also extended his hand in bringing Jews to Israel. He was a native of Canada. Since the formation of IFCJ, his organised raised more than 1.3 billion for various projects in Israel and IFCJ reviews are great.
Education and teachings
Born and bought up Canada and took his education from Yeshiva University, where Rabbi Eckstein was conferred as a rabbi and finished his bachelors, master’s as well as doctoral degrees. He also a lecturer in Columbia University and was the member group of directors at American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). He accumulated donations of nearly $1.5 billion and more than that since when he founded IFCJ in 1983 which is recognised as his major work in his whole life.
Influence of Yechiel Eckstein in the lives of people
He collected donations from non-Jews for serving Jews people in more than fifty countries and left an everlasting mark on the minds of people. Yechiel Eckstein bought a huge change in the relations between Jewish and Christians. He aided morally as well as financially for the welfare of Jewish people.
He holds some great personality and put a song impression on everyone he came across. Some of his remarkable books include “What Christians should know about Jews and Judaism and A Gift of Jewish Wisdom for Christians” enlighted Christians of new generations to welcome Jewish people as a true friend.