Turning New Year Resolutions into New Year Routines

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Someone made a joke saying, “May your troubles be as long as new years resolutions”. How many New Year’s resolutions have you made in your life? How many have you successfully accomplished? The estimate is that less than 10% of New Year’s resolutions are actually achieved (University of Scranton Psychology Professor John C. Norcross, Ph.D.). According to researcher John Norcross and his colleagues, who published …

Becoming a Grateful Person

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I’m sure this is the 100th blogpost you came across about Gratitude, since Thanksgiving just happened a few weeks ago and we all had to stay true to the Holiday that focuses in giving thanks for everything you truly are blessed with. However,  being grateful shouldn’t be a once a year occurrence or the only time to really consider how much you should …

The Power of Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada, the United States, some of the Caribbean islands, and Liberia. It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Similarly named festival holidays occur in Germany and Japan. We all have many things to be thankful for:Got drinkable water? About 1.1 …

Discovering God in the Detour

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As we think about a variety of landscapes that God takes us through in the Christian life, we consider the detour. Detours come in many different shapes and sizes, but all of them share one thing in common: We didn’t see them coming. They catch us off-guard, leaving us frustrated, confused, curious, even heart-broken. We question why things had to …

Worship Leaders: God and Your Gift

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When I was a little girl I dreamed of singing for thousands of people on the biggest stages and traveling all around the world. Despite my tendency to be shy at times, I was still thrilled and often overwhelmed with elaborate daydreams of being a great entertainer for all to see and enjoy. However, throughout my life the Lord has …

Begin Your Day with REST, not CAFFEINE

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When I developed the habit of waking up early for prayer, it didn’t start with simply waking up early. It was about going to sleep early. I had to change the time I went to sleep if I wanted to keep my habit of waking up early for devotions. Otherwise, I knew it would not last for more than a …

What it Means to be a Servant

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BEEP BEEP BEEP! Your alarm goes off, it’s Sunday morning. You get ready for church and put on your Sunday best, as you’re getting your coffee you remember you are serving today. You instantly feel drained, but you push it away because serving looks good, its the right thing to do. As you get to church and begin to serve, …

You Lead Worship Better When God Leads You

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I have been looking forward to sharing with you some essentials that we teach here in HungryGen Worship and I believe it will bless you and encourage you to continue to push towards living a life that reflects the heart of a worshiper. We are going to run over a few tips that may help you in your journey of …

Determined to Win

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These days, many of us are interested in improving the quality of their lives. Whether you’re attempting to overcome a sinful lifestyle, improve your walk with Christ, get a job, accomplish goals, or chase after a dream, the key to success is developing a determined attitude. I’ll give you a key that will not only start the engine of your dream …

When Ministry Becomes a Distraction

Vlad Savchuk Blog 12 Comments

When we think of distractions, social media or phones come to mind. Distractions divide our focus. I remember when I was in my early 20’s, I had an accident, because I was checking a comment on MySpace on my phone. I was distracted which resulted in an accident. Distractions can lead to destruction at times. For some a phone is …

The Power of a Growth Mindset

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As humans, we are constantly experiencing failure, it is unavoidable and part of life. From infancy we are taught to see failure as a bad thing. We are told that we should always strive as far away from failure as possible. This forms a toxic root in our lives that automatically acts out when experiencing failure. The growth mindset and …

How I Wrote the Book

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With the ascent of Amazon and social media‚ especially for someone who has a message and an audience to share with‚ there are more efficient and speedier ways to get your message out; then going through a traditional publishing house. Most publishers will not even look at new and upcoming authors; most require that you have an agent to represent …