Rediscovering fellowship – we REALLY need it right now
The original Greek word that the Apostle Paul uses for ‘partners’ in v5 is ‘Koinonia’ and most of the time in the New Testament it’s translated as ‘fellowship’. This word fellowship is rich and potent in meaning, and in these ever-changing times we need it more than ever.
“Love means you never have to say you’re sorry!” So says the famous quote from the film ‘Love Story’. But guess what? That’s totally RUBBISH! Love doesn’t just mean saying sorry but it’s the commitment to forgive and be reconciled. So how do we do that?
Why is friendship the bedrock of all healthy relationships, and how can we build and continue to grow friendships that bring life?
It’s not me – it’s you
What if your relationships were not about YOU? What if the purpose of your relationships was to see the OTHER person thrive? What if you were committed to love, give and be kind without expectation of being ‘owed’ anything in return?