The Person in the Tree

What a great Sunday @ North Side!  We had a blast as we continued to go through “Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood?”  This week we focused on “The Person in the Tree.”  Like Zaccheus, there are many people who are trying to see Jesus but they can’t because the religious crowd is getting in the way.  Today’s service focused on getting out there and connecting with those people that God is already working on.

The picture above is our baptism crew from this week – great stories of God’s saving power!

Today, we worshiped to:

We tried out a new song this morning called “Kingdom Come.”  Hope you guys liked it!  I loved hearing you guys sing out today – great time of worship.

Praying that you will walk through the doors God opens for you today!  What did you learn today?  What stuck out to you?

Travis Agnew is a Christian, husband, father, pastor, author, blogger, and religion instructor.

9 thoughts on “The Person in the Tree

  1. Today's sermon gave Bud (my husband) and I much to discuss over lunch today. Good points to make each of us aware of our own surroundings, and KNOW that God did not bring the people in our lives without reason. Good "stuff&

  2. Today's sermon gave Bud (my husband) and I much to discuss over lunch today. Good points to make each of us aware of our own surroundings, and KNOW that God did not bring the people in our lives without reason. Good "stuff"!

  3. I really enjoyed the new song today. When will you have a CD coming out? :)This series really hits home w/me. I know that I don't step out in faith as I should or reach out to others. I am having to face the fact that I'm not the Christian I should be. Without us, who will help others to see & know God? If I don't get to know others & share the good news of Christ, how can I expect others to do it? It all falls back to the fact that I always think "someone else" will do it. It is obvious from this series, that isn't the

  4. I really enjoyed the new song today. When will you have a CD coming out? :)This series really hits home w/me. I know that I don't step out in faith as I should or reach out to others. I am having to face the fact that I'm not the Christian I should be. Without us, who will help others to see & know God? If I don't get to know others & share the good news of Christ, how can I expect others to do it? It all falls back to the fact that I always think "someone else" will do it. It is obvious from this series, that isn't the case.

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