#048: Why Does Transformation Seem to Take So Long?
 Part 3 [Podcast]

In this episode, we uncover an important thing to remember when it comes to transformation: God’s ways are so different than the ways this world can live and operate.

With this in mind, Melissa and I delve into talking about the challenges that come when being renewed to the Kingdom of God, while realizing the opposing resistance we can feel while living in this world.

We discuss reason transformation can be challenging: The Kingdom of God is so different than the Kingdom of this world.

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Mark DeJesus has been equipping people in a full time capacity since 1995, serving in various roles, including, teaching people of all ages, communicating through music, authoring books, leading and mentoring. Mark's deepest love is his family; his wife Melissa, son Maximus and daughter Abigail. Mark is a teacher, author and mentor who uses many communication mediums, including the written word, a weekly radio podcast show and videos. His deepest call involves equipping people to live as overcomers. Through understanding inside out transformation, Mark's message involves getting to the root of issues that contribute to the breakdown of our relationships, our health and our day to day peace. He is passionately reaching his world with a transforming message of love, healing and freedom. Out of their own personal renewal, Mark and Melissa founded Turning Hearts Ministries, a ministry dedicated to inside out transformation. Mark also founded Transformed You, a communication platform for Mark’s teachings, writing and broadcasts that are designed to encourage people in their journey of transformation. Mark and Melissa currently live in Connecticut.

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