The Trinity. It is a concept that is at the very core of Christianity, but also one that seems distant and complex. It is taught from the very first day of Sunday School, explained through eggs, water, and clovers, but incredibly difficult to grasp. It is one of the many ‘facts’ that we internalize, but never let it go any deeper than that. But what if there was more to it? What if, being made in the image of God, the Trinity reveals deeper truths about who we are? And what if these truths can change how we relate to God, our families, and the world around us? These are the types of questions that will fill our new series, “Triune.” The goal of this series will be to truly grasp the meaning of the Trinity through the eyes of God.

We will dive into the idea that, just like God, we also exist in three parts, and how all parts of us need to be given to His lordship. We will tackle ideas like pride, lust of the flesh, and emotions getting the best of us. We will begin to realize that the Trinity is infinitely complex and mirrored throughout all of creation. The world around us and within us reveals the character of God that otherwise could not be grasped, and throughout this series, we will discover just how big of an impact that has on our lives.

There is amazing life to be found in every characteristic of God, which will make this far more than a dry theological essay on the issue. Instead, it will be something that is alive and active just as God intended it to be. Join us as we further explore the concept of the Trinity first in God, and then in everything else. Pray for me as we undergo this journey together. I will be praying for you as well.

With the infinite depth of life found in Christ,

Jon Hastings

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion…over all the earth.”

Genesis 1:26 ESV

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