What’s in a name?

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 10 Comments

Names are important

Your parents gave you a name.

Jesus calls you by name.

We call ourselves names too. They usually aren’t very complimentary.

This week we start our travel series.

Join us as we travel around the bottom of South America, learning lessons as we go.

Click on this first video from Chile and Kathy will explain the importance your name.

Now I want to hear from you

What did Jesus tell you your name was? Just leave your comments in the box below.

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Comments 10

  1. At one time, I never liked my middle name…until I discovered it meant “warrior maiden.”
    As I am a prayer warrior and have had my share of holding unto God while the enemy has attacked, I felt a whole new purpose rise up in me!
    The name? Louise!

  2. Hi Grant and Kathy
    Thanks for your videos and nice clips of Chile
    I asked God what is my name; I heard “beautiful” inside and out…
    then a memory came back; my earthly father called me ugly;
    one day when I was around eleven, my earthly father [drunk at the time] looked me straight in the face and said, “are you ever ugly” I have carried that label
    for years. Long story about this.
    thanks again, enjoy your travels:)

  3. Hi Grant and Kathy,

    I can all too well relate to Catherine’s unkind comment from her earthly Father. My Dad made a similar comment to me, when I was fourteen.

    I’m so glad that we have a Heavenly Father who tells us that we’re beautiful, and loves us unconditionally. I believe that this is the way that God has redeemed our lives from the pit.

    Caroline

  4. Hi Grant and Kathy,

    I never liked my name, until I started reading the Bible, and learned that my name means ‘Song of Joy’ and ‘Grace’. Now, I love my name.

    Carol Anne

  5. Many years ago in prayer at a healing session, the Lord gave me the new name “Healthy.” I had forgotten about that until today. Thank you for reminding me that God sees me as healthy.

  6. Hi Kathy & Grant. Love this video!!!

    I wanted to share a little something about my name. For many years, whenever in a store, I would look at those little cards that have your name and what it means. Mine would say: ‘Nicole… Victorious one’. Then about 10 years ago, a friend of mine slipped me a little gift that included one of those cards…only this one said: ‘Nicole…Victory for the people’….I wept and wept all alone in my car as I read this and as the Holy Spirit brought revelation of a whole new dimension of purpose for my life. He has led me and grown me ๐Ÿ™‚ and I continue to look forward to all He has prepared for me as I continue to walk out with purpose that revelation.

    Oh btw…when I asked Him just now what name He had for me I heard:
    ‘Beautifully beloved!’ ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks again for all you do to bring healing to so many…

    Nicole

  7. Grant this one really shows your heart of mirth and playfulness. It was so very pleasant to see and hear your creative heart and mind at play.
    Kathy’s invitation to ask the Lord what name He has for each of us was beautiful in its simplicity and deeply touching in the gift from God when acting on the invitation.
    What a better healing ministry than to hear and feel what God has in His heart for each of us.
    Thank you for sharing your faith, insights, and adventures in Christ. I ask along with you that Jesus would use them to bring many closer to Him

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