fellowship[ fel-oh-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF fellowship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FELLOWSHIP
We sense the call of the human heart for fellowship, fraternity, and cooperation.
She saw it was reasonable: what fellowship can light have with darkness, or love with starvation?
It lay partly in the bearing fruit, partly in the fellowship which made that possible.
It is a law of that fellowship that what is right and legitimate for me is right and legitimate for the other fellow also.
That there are defects in this gospel and programme of American fellowship, every one is aware.
Yet when one asks the great Russian, "What am I to do as a member of this fellowship?"
It is not merely in literature that this message of fellowship is brought to our generation.
How can he remain a social animal, with the fellowship of his kind, and stay on the water-wagon?
A further obstacle to the progress of fellowship lies in selfishness.
This commonness of mind and tone is often one of the penalties of fellowship.