One of the dynamics of ministry is that everything is always in process. You take people from where they are and strive to move them forward to greater maturity in Christ. You don’t always have the opportunity to take a project or a person from start to finish.
In light of that, it’s nice to do a project around the house where you actually finish something, where you can see the before and after. Over the past month, I have remodeled the main floor bathroom in our home. It gives me a sense of accomplishment to do something with my hands and see a project through to the end.
By way of summary, I scraped off the popcorn ceiling, put up crown molding, removed the old tile floor, painted the walls, put down an underlayment and cement board before laying new tile and grout, put in a new cabinet, sink, lights, and fixtures. The project is now complete. Below is a gallery of photos of the project from start to finish.