fellowshipping love

Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of fellowship.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Moreover, he was "fellowshipping" with other Christians in town, flouting the received truth that our denomination stood alone on the path to heaven.

    Brittany Huckabee: Evil Among Us

  • There's a long history of that kind of fellowshipping of the un-Jesused in Escambia County.

    Archive 2009-08-09

  • Messianic Jews generally say that the passage is talking about fellowshipping with gentiles, not food.

    Messianic Jewish inmates claim discrimination

  • Saturday morning was spent fellowshipping together, taking group photos and giving an interview to the local media.

    Never Forgotten Newsletter

  • One by one, the congregation single-filed out—no after-church fellowshipping, no whispered words, even on the sly.

    A Love So Deep

  • That's not to say that there isn't good singing or good youth groups or Bible studies or fellowshipping in the Catholic Church, there is.

    Do You Know What An Apologist Does --- No. 12

  • Catholics have a lot we can learn from our Protestant brothers and sisters...particularly in the areas of fellowshipping, Bible reading, youth ministry, singing, etc.

    Do You Know What An Apologist Does --- No. 12

  • I know Carl's a dirty Frenchman, but I have faith that he'll see the light now that he's fellowshipping Mayor West.

    Fellowshipping Jim

  • I think a bit of pastorly fellowshipping will do us both some good.

    Archive 2004-02-01

  • I see christians going to church, I see them filled with Jesus, I see them fellowshipping with eachother.

    maybmemorys Diary Entry

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