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A diaconia was originally an establishment built near a church building, for the care of the poor ... An alternative spelling, diakonia, is a Christian theological term from Greek that encompasses the call to serve the poor and oppressed.

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Learn about Diakonia original meaning using the New Testament Greek Lexicon - New American Standard.

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The Greek word diakonia means service among others, and has it roots in the Christian ... promising joy and meaning, and daring to imagine God's abundance

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Term. DIAKONIA. Definition. The biblical Greek word for service. As such it applies to all manner of ministry (official) or assistance (unofficial) that a person may ...

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Definition: waiting at table; in a wider sense: service, ministration. HELPS Word- studies. Cognate: 1248 diakonía – ministry; active service, done with a willing ...

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This meaning of Christ's service is especially clearly stressed in the Letter of St. Paul ... This means that the service, diakonia, of Jesus Christ, was addressed not  ...

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Over the years, the WCC has engaged in considerable reflection on the meaning of diakonia. In 1966 a world consultation on interchurch aid, refugee and world ...

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Strong's #1248: diakonia (pronounced dee-ak-on-ee'-ah). from 1249; attendance (as a servant, etc.); figuratively (eleemosynary) aid, (official) service (especially ...

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diakonia Online Bible verse finder. ... "under," eretes, "a rower"), as distinguished from nautes, "a seaman" (a meaning which lapsed from the word), hence came ...