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Koinonite | Friday, 13 January 2017 | |
Hi, Koinonians.

Some people are asking, "What is the meaning of Koinonia?" and I know you are probably one of them. So I would start by explaining what the word " Koinonia" means.

According to Wikipedia.com, Koinonia, which is pronounced as (coy NO nyah) is a transliterated form of the Greek word, "κοινωνία", which means communion, joint participation; the share which one has in anything, participation, a gift jointly contributed, a collection, a contribution, etc. It identifies the idealized state of fellowship and unity that should exist within the Christian church, the Body of Christ.

It embraces concepts conveyed in the English terms community, communion, joint participation, sharing and intimacy.

Koinonia can therefore be referred in some contexts as a jointly contributed gift.


What we do?

Here in Uncommon Stories of Koinonia, we share rare stories from jointly contributed authors who are members of the body of Christ and have accepted Him in their lives.

This is a Lifestyle/Humour blog. It's contents are intended to make you relax, be happy, as well as ponder on your attitude to life; which should be same with that of Jesus Christ.

The stories on this blog are written originally by our authors, unless where stated otherwise.


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