Parakaleō is a Greek word used in the New Testament that has a range of possible meanings: 1. Calling 2. Encouraging 3. Exhorting or 4. Comforting. Parakaleō and its broad range of meanings has significantly shaped the Cox family goals to comfort the broken, to encourage disciples, to call the unreached and to exhort the comfortable.
If one was so inclined to read some theology, below are the links to what Paul has written about parakaleō.
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