One of the most important doctrines in the Christian life is the doctrine of the Trinity. Christians believe in a three person God, The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit. They are three distinct persons, yet all fully God. Much of Christianity hangs on this important doctrine but the Trinity points to something that is very practical for today’s culture. At the very core of existence, the very essence of God we see perfect unity among diversity. God is three persons, but he is one. In the same way, in God, we are called to be unified even though we are diverse. When I look at our city, it is easy to see that separation and segregation still exists among races and classes of people. Do you think this pleases God? Do you think this is a reflection of his very essence? And what do you think God would want you to do about it?