In Luke 19, we find the story of Zacchaeus, a tax collector who Jesus goes out of his way to step into the story and as a result, Zacchaeus walks away from the encounter changed and begins to follow the way of Jesus. Zacchaeus’ story doesn’t change if Jesus doesn’t step in. This is true of the people around us as well. Like Mike talked about last week we are called to be disciple-makers, and part of that calling means stepping into others’ stories. That why this week we are asking the questions; What would it look like if we lived in such a way where everyone got a seat at the table? And what if I invited the people, who don’t look, act or think like me into the story of who Jesus is?