Cho Yong-gi, a South Korean minister who established
Cho Yong-gi lecturing at Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, in October 2007. (CNN)David one of South Korea's biggest and most famous megachurches passed on Tuesday morning, his congregation said in a news discharge. Cho had been hospitalized since a breakdown in June 2020, and passed on in Seoul subsequent to experiencing a mind drain. He was 동대문오피. Cho established the Yoido Full Gospel Church in 1958, which developed to be among the world's biggest temples with in excess of 480,000 participants each week, as indicated by Leadership Network, a worldwide association of chapel pioneers. Yoido has in excess of 500 church areas across South Korea, and has sent a huge number of evangelists to various nations throughout the long term, as indicated by the congregation's news discharge. Cho himself has taken an interest in strict assemblies and developments in 71 nations, said the delivery. Brought into the world in 1936, Cho survived the Korean War, during which he filled in as a translator between his school head and the US military leader, the congregation said in its delivery. In his second year of secondary school, he was determined to have aspiratory tuberculosis and told he would not live significantly longer. During this time he went to Christianity, a choice he would later credit with his "marvelous" recuperation, as indicated by the congregation. Cho's recuperation incited him to take on the Full Gospel Theological Seminary, and he set up the Yoido church in the wake of graduating. The congregation started as only five individuals assembled under a tent in Seoul, as indicated by the congregation's site. Christians go to an Easter help with social separating at the Yoido Full Gospel Church on April 4 in Seoul, South Korea. Christians go to an Easter assistance with social removing at the Yoido Full Gospel Church on April 4 in Seoul, South Korea.  

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