This principle of fellowship was added to the other three WEC 'Pillars' of faith, sacrifice and holiness at the instigation of Norman Grubb, who was deeply affected by the East African Revival of the 1940s and '50s. It requires sacrifice to put ourselves at the service of our colleagues and to be willing to confess to them when we are wrong. It requires holiness in attitudes of respect and love for all our colleagues, however difficult we may at times find them. But it is foundational to being the church of God that we live together committed to each other, recognising that we are all together the body of Christ.
|The classic exposition of WEC's Four Pillars,||including Fellowship|
|Excellent, out of print, but may be available from your nearest WEC rep.|