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Founder of World's Largest Megachurch Dies at 85
David Yonggi Cho, pastor of the world's largest megachurch, died Tuesday morning, his church said in a press release. He was 85.
Cho is the founder of Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul, South Korea and spent decades spreading the gospel in that country.
At the time of his death, Cho had been receiving medical treatment for a brain hemorrhage he suffered from in 2020.
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Yet, the mystery of The Harbinger has never stopped. Today in 2021, it is still coming to fulfillment—and it's at a much more dangerous stage. And so, after eight years, Cahn has written the long-awaited sequel, The Harbinger II: The Return.
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Faith Leaders Respond to Death of World's Largest Megachurch Leader
The body of Christ is mourning the passing of David Yonggi Cho, pastor of the world's largest megachurch, who died Tuesday morning at age 85.
The founder and pastor of Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul, South Korea, had been receiving medical treatment for a brain hemorrhage he suffered in 2020. Born a Buddhist in 1936, Cho spent decades spreading the gospel of Christ around the world.
South Korea has one of the world's most robust Christian communities, and megachurches grew in popularity in the years following the Korean war.
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