koinonia


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Noun1.koinonia - Christian fellowship or communion with God or with fellow Christians; said in particular of the early Christian community
fellowship, family - an association of people who share common beliefs or activities; "the message was addressed not just to employees but to every member of the company family"; "the church welcomed new members into its fellowship"
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The award-winning Koinonia Trio will perform at the David Adler Music and Arts Center at 7 p.
As reaction to killings by herdsmen, a fellowship of heads of ministries and missions, Koinonia Ministerial Network (Komnet), has called on Christians to quit the consumption of beef.
He describes JordanAEs early days in Talbotton, Georgia; the conflict between his study of the AaAaAeA Sermon on the Mount and the militarism of his ROTC experience in school; his attempts to address racial issues in the South while in Louisville; his establishment of the interracial Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia, and his excommunication from Rehoboth Baptist Church; the boycott from local businesses in Americus; and writing the AaAaAeA Cotton PatchAaAaAeA translations with Mil Fuller.
Cornuke, a former police investigator, lays out his case in "Golgotha: Searching for the True Location of Christ's Crucifixion," published by Koinonia House.
This lack of focus should not be taken as a rejection of the insights offered with regard to creation, koinonia, the working of the Holy Spirit in the church, and the mission of the church.
The former instructor at Ateneo de Davao College was also a board member of Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches, Philippine Missions Association, and Koinonia Theological Seminary.
On the basis of a proposal by the Faith and Order Commission, the 6th Assembly of the WCC at Canberra (1991) in its declaration on "The Unity of the Church as Koinonia: Gift and Calling" re-affirmed the importance of the concept of koinonia in searching for a common ecumenical understanding on ecclesiology.
A Working Sense of Eucharistic Theology: Koinonia and Metanoia
She was a charter member of Immanuel Lutheran Church and belonged to the Women's Circle and Senior Koinonia.
One of the most important contributions of the Orthodoxy in a world marked by the sin of violence, terrorism, disunion, and egoism is the spirituality of koinonia.
Across these differences, is koinonia evident among the baptized?
Identified for closure under the law are American Youthworks in Austin; Azleway Charter School in Tyler; Honors Academy in Farmers Branch; and Jamie's House Charter School, Koinonia Community Learning Academy, and the Richard Milburn Academy in Houston.