Plesion is a Greek word, meaning ‘neighbour’. In the parable of the Good Samaritan, the question is asked: “Who is my neighbour?” The point of the parable is that the question should be: “To whom can I be a neighbour?” For example, when a child is abused, the question shouldn’t be whether we are supposed to help the child.

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To whom can we be neighbours charitable work on the basis of the parable of the Good Samaritan.


Vir wie kan ons ‘n naaste wees-barmhartigheid volgens die gelykenis van die Barmhartige Samaritaan.


Fundraising Beneficiaries & Partners

Sustainable funding for effective charity work

Volhoubare befondsing vir effektiewe barmhartigheid

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Currently there are just over 2.75 million elderly persons (65+ years of age) in our country, of which 1 million are already….


Die NHKA Diakonaat werkgroep Kindersorg en RATA maatskaplike dienste is geweldig dankbaar vir elke persoon se hulp en bydraes tot die jaarlikse skooltassie…

Light for a Child

Our children need light in this dark world. Light brings hope, and hope brings life. But this light can’t be on the one moment….

Drive for a child

The Drive for a Child Golf Day takes place on the 28th of August at the Silverlakes Country Club. This golf day in aid….

Disaster Fund

We are raising foodstuffs and money for the victims of different disasters in South Africa . So far we have distributed….

Local communities

The Kekana Gardens congregation has completed most of the building work to the mission house. There is a few….

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