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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fellowship.


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  • They "fellowshipped" with him heartily, and were glad when he got the post of surgeon with their sons.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 67, May, 1863

  • There are few single adults within the Mormon membership and they are typically “fellowshipped,” or invited into the homes of Mormon families.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • The bottom line here is there was enough probable cause to hold a formal hearing and the ex-minister short-circuited that by resigning his fellowshipped status.

    Ministers and Professional Ethics

  • Everyone had a wonderful time and there was much warmth and friendship shown by our hosts as we fellowshipped together.

    Never Forgotten Newsletter

  • They walked and fellowshipped with God in the garden.

    Fear Not Tommorow, God is Already There

  • Yes, I have made my points, and I once again express my genuine appreciation for you allowing me to do so and not censoring and suppressing my critical comments like so many of your *fellowshipped* colleagues would do, indeed have repeatedly done in the past.

    Impressings from a long day

  • You just might be absolutely APPALLED at the level of civility coming from a certain number of ordained and fellowshipped U*U Ph.

    Excellence in Ministry: Theological School Conversations

  • But having found that ouch cited above, I have to ask WHY the M.Div. is a requirement for being fellowshipped and permitted into practicing ministry.

    Excellence in Other Places

  • You went to church, you went home and you fellowshipped after church but you didn't go out at the job and start talking about your faith and Jesus Christ and say this in church.

    CNN Transcript Nov 1, 2008

  • He visited everyone, fellowshipped with everyone, not caring what others thought.

    How to Overcome Fear


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