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He has been a member of the Fellowship of Believers Church for 18 years.
We are a nondenominational fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ as Lord and savior," he said.
Finger surmises that the Hellenist widows were offended at being left out of the administration of the communal meals, an honored role in the daily life of the fellowship of believers.
Woodmen Valley Chapel was founded in 1980 as a nondenominational, evangelical fellowship of believers.
Erasmus portrays the early church as a harmonious fellowship of believers (10) and Paul as a leader "taking thought for the tranquillity of all who had embraced Christ the peacemaker" (101).
Once they undergo conversion, they are eagerly welcomed into the fellowship of believers.
However, as a council of churches, the WCC did not meet the EA's concept of a global fellowship of believers based upon spiritual unity rather than church structure.
Central to communion ecclesiology both for Schleiermacher as well as for Luther is a focus on the Church as a fellowship of believers united through their relationship with God in a way that emphasizes the necessary but secondary status of institutional structures.