Do you need renovating?

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 7 Comments

God is a renovator!

We get too comfortable with things the way they are.

We put up with junk because it’s just too much work to remove it.

God loves you too much to let you stay stuck in your old ways.

So he renovates you!

Click on the video and step into our kitchen renovation.

To live a transformed life you need to let God renovate you.

Now I want to hear from you

How has God renovated you? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Kitchen renovations

The kitchen will never be the same

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Comments 7

  1. Very good analogy Kathy.
    We just went through a kitchen renovation as well.
    It feels so good to be able to re-organize the chaos that is left in our home during a renovation. It also feels good as we de-clutter our stuff when it is nearing completion.
    I am also going through a personal renovation with the help of your husband through his telephone coaching sessions. The clutter of my life is being sorted out and I am starting to feel less overwhelmed by the clutter and mess that has been a part of my life for so long… Great message!!

    God Bless You,

    Steve from Chilliwack

  2. Renovation is NOT always painful … but most times it can be if I am reluctant !
    A long time ago when I was first introduced to the saving grace and power of Jesus through the baptism in the Holy Spirit, I began to ask the Lord for the ‘gift’ of Love.
    I had read the Love Chapter in 1 Corinthians 13 many times and realized that I was nowhere near where I should be in terms of loving others as myself. I had a very solid relationship with Jesus (so I thought!) but when it came to others , I was rather selfish.
    I prayed for this gift for about 1 1/2 years when I finally realized that the Lord had answered my prayer !! He gave me such a love for people that there wasn’t anyone that I would push away . On the contrary, I would welcome anyone into my life and it felt good to be doing the right thing .
    However, there was a faux pas on my part because I had not asked the Lord for direction as to who I should minister to. What happened as a result was that I began to burn out .
    Many years have passed and I’m happy to say that the Holy Spirit has taught me who to love and who not to associate with . There can be people in our lives that are ‘naysayers’ and just plain obnoxious toward us and, we do not have to associate or be with them on a regular basis. I n some cases the Lord will show us to eliminate them from our ‘friends list’ and tell us to pray for them .
    The prayer the Lord taught me was to pray that ‘ LABOURERS OF THE HARVEST COME AND MINISTER TO THEM.’
    This is a message I would like to pass on to all fellow pilgrims as we ascend to the higher calling of Almighty God and run toward the prize which is Christ Jesus !!!

  3. I have been going to Celebrate Recovery. This is a 12 step program but is more spiritual than AA. I started a Step Study in September with about 12 other ladies. There are 4 books we will go through, we’re going to start our 3rd book. I have gotten a lot of garbage out of my life that has kept me from being an effective Christian. I have more joy in my life, I found out a little over a year ago I was bipolar, so life had been a struggle, but now I am getting victory in my life. Go to if you want info.

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