What Does Proságo Mean?


What Does Proságo Mean?

For many years Proságo did not have an official name. It was simply called Medeba's "Leadership Development Program" or LDP for short which was really more of a descriptive term than an actual name. For years we brainstormed ideas for an appropriate name that would be unique and yet maintain a connection to the essence of the program.
 
Finally, we decided use an ancient Greek word for leadership called Proságo. This word simply means "to lead or bring to" which encompasses the essence of leadership. Greek was the original language used to write the New Testament and so, by choosing an ancient Greek word, we wanted to imply that an authentic Christian context is a core part of the program.
 
Proságo is used in 1 Peter 3:18 to refer to Christ bringing or leading us to God. In the Proságo program we want to lead leaders to God who will, in turn, do the same for others.
 


 

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