Sergey Kravets is a music student and teacher, who enjoys traveling abroad, and loves to take part in a reasonable discussion. Sergey is originally from Ukraine and, shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union, was toted along as his family immigrated to the States. Most of his teenage years, though, were spent back in Ukraine ministering with his family among the churches throughout the country. On returning to the States, Sergey has taught music to K-12th grades at a Christian school and homeschool co-ops, and continues to teach privately while working towards his Bachelor of Music in Education at West Chester University.
Sergey enjoys traveling, and his summers are mostly spent traversing the States and internationally in a combination of humanitarian and ministry trips—usually involving music. Having visited numerous countries spanning five continents and observing many different cultures has only served to strengthen Sergey’s confidence in the truth of the Gospel and that the Word truly transcends geographical boundaries and cultural lines. He believes that true abundant life can only be found in dying as Christ taught and exemplified.
Sergey’s passion is the desire that everyone everywhere would engage their minds in the pursuit of Christ. That people would not merely drift through life, but be transformed by the renewing of the mind as they have their “...powers of discernment trained by constant practice to distinguish good from evil.”
Posts By Sergey Kravets:
I hit enter and sat in disbelief as the headlines flashed on the screen. I quickly opened the first several links with a terrible sinking feeling in my stomach that dropped deeper than the floor. “No! Not another one!” the string of words kept racing through my head. A friend … Read More
Every now and then I hear the phrase that American Christians need persecution. I find it interesting that, with few exceptions, it comes from those who have not seen or experienced real persecution themselves—persecution that resulted in bodily harm, financial devastation, or forfeiture of life itself. Sure, most of us … Read More
The phrase might strike you as strange at first glance, but those familiar with the teachings of Jesus will quickly realize that it’s merely a different way of saying “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but … Read More
Does a spring pour forth from the same opening both fresh and salt water?¹ Everyone is familiar with the old adage, “Actions speak louder than words.” But is that necessarily true in all cases? I actually think it only works in one direction. Because if your words are clearly … Read More
When I contemplate about some of the greatest things we can waste, “time” always comes to mind. Once gone, it’s gone. Utterly unredeemable and lost forever. We can redo things, we can start anew, but ultimately, once you lose it, it’s lost. When I think of lost time, I remember … Read More