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We all know from the song that “Joshua fought the battle of Jericho.” Join Koinonia as we learn more about Joshua-who he was, what he did, who he became, and why he has a book of the Bible named for him.
Acts 2:42 is the first time “Koinonia” is used in the Bible. “And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” (ESV) And from that verse you get an idea of what Koinonia means—Christian fellowship. Koinonia Sunday school studies the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. We discuss, we question, we share, and we encourage. We want to know what God was saying to the people at the time the books of the Bible were written, and we want to know what He is saying to us today. We want to take that Word into the world and share Christ with others. We want the Holy Spirit to work through us to accomplish God’s will. We have been adopted into God’s family and we want to welcome others to be part of His family.
Koinonia is composed of adults of various ages, both married and single.