In a series on "Jesus Style Evengelism'" we look at how Jesus approached different personality types. In this message, we see how Jesus approached the worldly, materialistic, and wealthy by how he acted towards Zacchaeus, a chief tax collector who collected money for the Romans, and was VERY rich because of it. Zacchaeus was not well-liked among his fellow Jews because he collected taxes from them for the Roman Empire, an empire whom they despised and were under the control of. Jesus was very popular with people. He goes to places where people are and people want to see him. Zacchaeus wanted to see Jesus too, and so, being a short man, he climbed a sycamore tree to make that happen. Jesus took notice of Zacchaeus and what he did, and decided to talk to the person everyone hates. Jesus told him to come down, offered an invitation to meet him for a meal, and committed to make time for him. What can we learn from that today when we are following Christ's example in reaching a lost, fallen, and broken world? Pastor Troy will share some nuggets of wisdom to make what Jesus did applicable today.