You can be transformed!

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 4 Comments

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Michelle thought she was a prisoner of her past and could never change.

She finally reached the point in her life where she had enough and wanted big changes.

That decision changed her life.

Michelle overcame personal obstacles that had seemed insurmountable.

10 Steps to the New You!

This is one of the tools Michelle used

She is now living a transformed life.

In this video Michelle explains how she did it.

Just click on the video and be encouraged that you too can live a transformed life.

To live a transformed life, you need to make a decision, then take action.

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Comments 4

  1. I am very encouraged to hear of anyone pressing in to further healing and growth. I love to see how GOD is working in the world to set people free. Thanks for taking the time to share and I really loved the message that spoke to me is asking GOD for the next steps in healing, and follow thru on HIS plan and not my own. 🙂

  2. Michelle’s testimony really struck a resonance with me. It would seem so very simple, but she made a decision and believed God would help her…..could it really be that simple…is that what we need to do….instead of constant introspection and exercising elaborate therapeutic models?

    Love to hear more of her story.

  3. I enjoyed listening to Michelle’s “trip to freedom”. One of the things she said was that she was now “confident in her relationship with God.” Can I ever identify with that point – and it’s the major revelation I found when I was on the journey – it’s so eye-opening and how much happier I am now and not fearful. Even though I was a christian – I had so many beliefs that how God withdraws from us when we don’t do what we think we should do (sometimes falling short of other’s standards or by being told by other people) and what a relief and freedom it is. Thanks Dr. Grant.

  4. Thank you for sharing Michelle’s encouraging story. Like the other posts, constant introspection and lacking confidence in God kept me needlessly bound. Knowing who God REALLY is, is freeing. Thank you again. This message gives hope in God…which is the anchor of our soul. God bless!

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