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BULL’S EYE. To be a subject, not an object

Published in August 2009 Ruslan Kukharchuk’s TO HIT THE BULL’S EYE. How to be a subject and not an object? is a 192-page work in an edition of 2000 copies sold in bookstores in Ukraine, Russia, USA, Germany and other countries.

“This book is a collection of valuable truths that I came to learn and experience during my 10 years of ministry and public activities.” — says the author Ruslan Kukharchuk. – “This is not a book for the objects but for those who want to be the subjects of the historical process. I’m hoping and I’m praying the postulates presented here will impact the life of each reader as they are still impacting the life of my own.”


Reviews by first readers:

“Ruslan Kukharchuk’s book covers a large territory of topics such as prayer, calling, dedication to Christ and life’s priorities. What I also find appealing is his civil position, which is a good start for his big future. Chapters such as What to do when raped?!, Street church, Crossing a stream which is not the shallowest boggle your mind and encourage to action. If you instead of being a passive and forgetful reader embrace this book with your heart wide open, you will get a chance to enter into a new dimension. This work deserves your close attention. I’m praying that as you read this book you experience an inner explosion, become hungry for change and step into a new level of spiritual and public life.” — Henry Madava, President of Victory Christian Evangelical Church Center in Ukraine.

“Ruslan’s book is an attempt to get things straight and explain oneself. Chapters Your unique story and What to do when raped?! are a prophetic analysis of the situation in modern society. It is an exposure of the new religion of tolerance. Although we should be tolerant, we should not tolerate sin. This is where you shout at the top of your lungs! And Ruslan has hit the bull’s eye in this respect. I am so excited that in my generation there are leaders rising up who are able to see the bigger picture and based on God’s promises shape our future calling on others to join in.” — Alex Shevchenko, pastor of House of Bread Christian Church, President of Ugol Ministries (Sacramento, California)

“I am positive Ruslan Kukharchuk’s first book immediately hit the bull’s eye as it was the Holy Spirit that urged him to write about the power you can’t live victoriously without! His ability to touch upon so many theological questions was made possible by his being a man of the Book – The Bible. And being a social leader he knows how to get important life’s truths across. Dear reader, I am confident this book will change both you and your life!” — Anatoliy Glukhovskiy, President of Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary


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  • Ruslan Kukharchuk – a journalist, media manager, social leader, and preacher.
  • Involved in journalism since 2000 – journalist and column editor of a local newspaper Chornomorets (Skadovsk, Kherson region). Since April 2003 – managing editor of All-Ukrainian Christian newspaper KAMEN' Kraeugolniy (The Cornerstone).
  • In 2004 takes the lead in establishing the Association of Journalists, Publishers, and Broadcasters Novomedia and becomes its president. Since 2011 serves as a steering committee chair of the International Novomedia Forum.
  • In September 2003 holds a public action against LGBT procession in Kyiv and succeeded. Since then a far-reaching movement with the above said name has grown and developed in Ukraine as well as abroad.
  • In the summer of 2010 passed the leadership of both LAH movement and the above said steering committee. Assumed the leadership of the civic movement All Together.
  • Over the years works for a number of Ukrainian TV channels, printed and electronic media as a reporter, parliamentary correspondent, anchor, copy editor, managing editor (TV channels НТН (NTN), CBN-CIS, ТВi (TVi), CITI (CITY); newspapers Stolichnie Novosti (Metropolitan News), Delovaya Nedelya (Business Week); news website www.mignews.com.ua, etc.).
  • Owns several web resources: information portal Vse Novosti (All News), website NHM – Novosti Khristianskogo Mira (CWN – Christian World News), music blog journal mBlog.
  • Public speaker and trainer. Teaches journalism, teleproduction, media management, mass communications, and PR in Ukraine and abroad.
  • Possesses degrees in Journalism, Directing, and Theology.
  • Author of the book Desyatka (Bullseye).
  • Born in Ordzhonikidze (Dnepropetrovsk region), raised in Skadovsk (Kherson region), resides in Kyiv.