And unity does not mean uniformity. When Jesus wanted his disciples to be in unity – and he's looking at that group of 12, and we also know there were larger numbers of women – he didn't look at them thinking, 'Oh, gosh, they're all going to agree. No, he knew there would be disagreements. But he said, 'I pray that you may be one as I and the father are one, that the world may believe that you sent me.' This is key. Why would the world want to follow one, or follow Jesus, if they believe that to be a follower of Christ means disunity, name-calling, sheep-stealing, casting people into hell who disagree with you? No.