Chazown A Different Way to See Your Life Chazown pronounced khaw ZONE from the Hebrew meaning a dream revelation or vision You were born with your own Chazown Do you know what it is Vision and Purpose Dream It Live It Attain It Do you w

  • Title: Chazown: A Different Way to See Your Life
  • Author: Craig Groeschel
  • ISBN: 9781590525470
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chazown pronounced khaw ZONE from the Hebrew, meaning a dream, revelation, or vision You were born with your own Chazown Do you know what it is Vision and Purpose Dream It, Live It, Attain It Do you wake up each day motivated by knowing exactly why you were created Guided by intention in every step Enter Chazown Hebrew for vision, God wants to give His for you,Chazown pronounced khaw ZONE from the Hebrew, meaning a dream, revelation, or vision You were born with your own Chazown Do you know what it is Vision and Purpose Dream It, Live It, Attain It Do you wake up each day motivated by knowing exactly why you were created Guided by intention in every step Enter Chazown Hebrew for vision, God wants to give His for you, and this book will reveal it Living God s dream will rock your world and align every area of your life, from your relationships to your finances and health Chazown is packed with storytelling graphics, in your face honesty, bite sized chapterettes, step by step guidance, surprising self assessments, and scarcely containable energy in a fast paced style that will drive you forward with purpose Craig Groeschel cowrote this book, but he s waiting for his partner you Because only you can discover how the book ends and the rest of your life begins Visit the Life Development Plan website as mentioned in the book ldpfechurch jsp main.jspChazown A Different Way to See Your Life You re invited on a most unusual odyssey to find, name, and live out your Chazown It s a journey you ll never forget because it s impossible to return unchanged Practical, surprising, visually fresh, and biblically sound, the Chazown experience helps you clearly understand what you ve always suspected You re not an accident You have been created and put on earth for a unique and important purpose a Chazown And God intends for you to live it with passion and fulfillment for His glory But where to start your search As Craig Groeschel will show, your own Chazown is hiding just under the surface of your life in three often overlooked areas your core values, your spiritual gifts, and your past experiences Once you discover your personal Chazown , you ll turn it into a highly motivating credo complete with short term goals, action steps, and an accountability network to make your big dream a reality Pursue your Chazown and simultaneously improve five critical aspects of your life These small c chazowns are your relationship with God, your relationships with people, your finances, your health and fitness, and your work life Are you living someone else s dream for your life, or no dream at all Get ready for Chazown Story Behind the BookCraig Groeschel started LifeChurch, now attended by than twelve thousand people each weekend on five different campuses, in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, area in 1996 From that point on, he has been empowered by the knowledge that he is following God s chazown vision for his life Craig s cutting edge teaching style including honest, uncomfortable teaching of God s truth and ubiquitous use of in your face video and other imagery has challenged and changed thousands of lives His messages are simulcast live to each of the church s campuses, and his ministry continues to explode This book stems from a two message series that he gave its premise is the bedrock for all teaching and ministry at LifeChurch.

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    1. I enjoy reading Craig Groeschel - almost as much as I enjoy robbing his free resources from LifeChurch. This book is to help you discover your life’s purpose. As much as I have enjoyed Craig in the past, response to Chazown is bipolar. Part I loved, some I hated.I LovedThat Craig included a section about setting a vision for our finances. I wish I had read it 30 years ago.I HatedThe out-of-context title. The title Chazown (pronounced khaw-ZONE) is the Hebrew word translated “vision” in Pro [...]

    2. Sometimes, I am overly critical and curmudgeony against mega-churches and their pastors but I like Craig Groeschel a lot. And I really like this book, Chazown, a lot, but I got problems with the title. So while this is generally a pretty positive review, the next paragraph is a little cranky. If you’re avoiding negativity in your life, you might want to skip it and pick up this review in paragraph three.The title, Chazown comes from the Hebrew: חָזוֹן or ḥāzôn (Romanized according to [...]

    3. Chazown: (pronounced khaw-zone) from the Hebrew, meaning a dream, revelation or vision.”Craig Groeschel’s Chazown is based on the verse found in Proverbs 29:18: “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” The subtitle sums up the entire book: Define Your Vision, Pursue Your Passion, Live Your Life on Purpose. Who among us does not want to know whether or not we are living God’s vision for our lives? In a Biblically-based, reader-friendly format, Mr. Groeschel walks the readers throu [...]

    4. Bad Title = Great Help!When I first picked up Craig Groeschel's book Chazown I saw a 235 page paperback and thought, "Let me get comfortable for a nice read." About forty minutes later I was done and realized this is not a book, or a bible study, but a field manual for those seeking to live a God purposed life.Craig's first challenge is to help us find the "sweet spot" in life. The place where our core values, spiritual gifts and past experiences intersect. This is accomplished by page 65. I pau [...]

    5. "Getting Things Done" meets "Purpose Driven Life"Good if you are a young Christian (or one who has yet to focus their faith) needing a better understanding of how to weave your faith through all areas of you life. It's very much an entry level Christ-centering, vision-casting book. Nothing is wrong with that and it's much needed for many people But for those who are hoping to enhance your already existing life-vision, don't bother.

    6. I'm a fairly big Craig Groeschel fan, but this book just didn't do it for me. The basic idea of finding direction and doing things purposefully is great. However, I found the circles and spokes to be a lot more common sense than Biblical. Maybe I'm just too jaded by all the self-help gurus, but there didn't seem to be a lot of meat here.

    7. Did this as a bible study with my best friend. I liked it a lot. I'm coming off of a hard time in my life, where I was trying to get things focused again and this book definitely helped me along the way. There are some theological things that I disagree with throughout the book, and the author does tend to take it to the extremes -- either everything is hunky dory or everything is a disaster and you're at the bottom of the barrel -- but I think if you can find where you're at in that range and a [...]

    8. Have you ever paused on the journey through life and wondered if you’re doing what you’re meant to be doing, living the life you’re supposed to live? I most certainly have. I’ve often looked back at the meandering path my life’s taken, wondered at the unexpected joys I’ve experienced around one turn, speculated on what might have been if I’d traveled a different route.Looking back is one thing. Look ahead, especially as the years pile up, and you may begin to question your choices [...]

    9. Love this. It has helped my Chazown grow Love this. It has helped my Chazown grow. Craig is a great author and has inspired many people. Thank you

    10. It's really a 3.5 star book because the content is just dead-on, good stuff, but as surface level as can be. Simple and motivational, this book is great for a Saturday morning pick me up or inspirational nuggets. Groeschel is known to write as if he's speaking, so this is virtually a 225 page sermon, which is actually a good thing for the surface level content. I liked the book, so 4 stars, but I want to steal a half back cause it wasn't life changingly deep to me

    11. Craig Groeschel teaches readers in his book called, “Chazown” how to find their vision for their life. For many readers they might be wondering what a Chazown is. Chazown (pronounced khaw-zone) defined in the Hebrew language is a dream or a vision. Craig leads us in defining God’s vision for your life. You have the power to choose what you do with your own life. He helps identify your vision and how to find out what God is telling you to do with your life. He provided examples from his own [...]

    12. Practical Godly Life PlanningVery practical, biblical life planning guide. Certainly the One who created us did it for a purpose. This book will launch you to uncover His purpose and move you in that direction. Highly recommended!

    13. If I had the patience, I’d look up the page number for you. But somewhere in Chazown, Groeschel says something like “You’ve got just one shot at life, so live it for the second embrace.” (Referring, of course, to Jesus’ hug at the pearly gates.)This book is a manual on how to live that kind of life–a life outlined, motivated and charged by a vision. But not just any vision; not what you aspire for yourself, not what your family dreams for you. The vision is God’s–what God foresee [...]

    14. There's one thought I continually kept coming back to as I read this book--Groeschel sure is stretching his content out.Not that the content was bad. In fact, I absolutely love what he teaches in this book. Identity and purpose are two of my favorite things to think about, teach on, and encourage in others. But, I'm not sure if Groeschel had enough content to write a book about it. It feels like it's another one of these things where a pastor developed a 4-week sermon series, preached to his con [...]

    15. Craig Groeschel's Chazown is a five star book with some sloppy three star content. It's a Christian book made for non-Christians and made for those who do not like books. With some unique fonts, pictures, colors, and activities (yes, activities), Groeschel offers a practical handbook on God's vision for your life. On a theological level it largely fails, but on the practical level it is a reasonable success. If you remove all the references to the Bible, you'd still have about 80% left for a pra [...]

    16. Craig Groeschel in his new book, "Chazown" published by Multnomah Books looks at the Hebrew word for vision.Looking at the word, Chazown don't you just expect when you say it that a sound like thunder and a lighting bolt to come zipping from the sky striking a young newsboy in a red pullover and then watching him become a grown man in a red outfit with a lightning bolt on his chest? Well that only works in the comics however this is a powerful word. Chazown, pronounced Khaw-zone, is the Hebrew w [...]

    17. Homo Homini Lupus manisawolftomen/ Craig Groeschel opens *Chazown* with an interesting anecdote where he asks the reader to imagine himself lying on his deathbed. He tells the reader that we are all dying and to expect one day to look back at our lives. Then he poses the question which sets the tone for the rest of the book. "Why was important that I existed?"Groeschel wants everyone to understand that the Lord of creation does so with a purpose: "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, befo [...]

    18. Throughout Chazown author Craig Groeschel makes one simple thing clear. We are all going somewhere but few are going there on purpose. Our relationships, finances, work, health and more are all moving towards a positive or negative direction; but few people are directing that path to match their purpose. Groeschel introduces his reader to the Hebrew word Chazown, which means dream, revelation or vision. Groeschel argues that everyone has a Chazown which is the God designed purpose for one’s li [...]

    19. Wow! This book will revolutionize the way you think about your goals and vision; your chazown. From the beginning, Mr. Groeschel challenges the reader to maximize his/her life and embrace the passion placed in him/her by God. Starting with how to recognize your chazown, Mr. Groeschel takes the reader down the path of how your vision plays into your daily life. Your health, finances, relationships, career, and religious faith are all addressed.What is very unique about this book is the way each t [...]

    20. This book has some good material, but at the same time, it is begging to be skimmed. I think it is noteworthy that this is a well-known author/pastor, however this first book of his has fallen completely off of people's radar. I have a good friend who is a pastor, and often uses Groeschel's material for teaching, but when he saw I was reading this book, he noted that he had never heard of it. Chazown in the Hebrew word for vision. The core verse used in this book is Proverbs 29:18. Groeschel use [...]

    21. I really like this book for a number of reason. The first reason is that it really makes you think. And the best part about the thinking is that it makes you think about a general concept that we all sort of talk about (God has a plan for your life) in a more concrete way (what is God’s plan for your life?). I think sometimes we often assume we can’t know God’s plan or purpose for our life so we don’t think critically about the spiritual gifts or the core values that God has given us. Th [...]

    22. Everyone longs for purpose in life. The Bible promises us that we were created for a purposea purpose that God has ordained for us, however how many of us WISH we knew exactly what that purpose was? What is it that we are created for? During this time of "in between" birth and death, what exactly are we supposed to be doing? In his book Chazown, Craig Groeschel approaches these questions from a informative, Biblical view. In the first part of this book, Craig Groeschel discusses what Chazown is [...]

    23. For anyone who has ever questioned why they are here and what their purpose is, this book will definitely help you begin the process of self-reflection and examination to point you in the right direction. Chazown, pronounced (khaw-Zone) is a Hebrew word meaning dream, revelation or vision. Chazown by Craig Groeschel is a self-development book with a Christian perspective. Based on the premise that God has made each of us with a unique purpose in mind. In order to fulfill our God-given purpose we [...]

    24. This book had access to pretty nice web site which had tools you were able to use while reading the book.1. Decide that an accidental life is not for you, and start seeking God's direction, His Chazown that is custom-designed for you (202). 2. Define your gifts, core values, and your past experiences. Prayerfully examine how these overlap and point toward God's vision for your life (202).3. Write a vision statement, and establish specific, measurable, and written goals to fulfill the vision (202 [...]

    25. This book is all about every part of your life is going to end up somewhere. Where you are in your relationships, with your career, with your studies, health, spiritually etc. If you want to succeed, you need to have a plan on how you are going to sow into each of these part of your lives. How are you going to have a better relationship with your spouse or friends? How are you going to have good health? How are you going to grow with your relationship with God? How are you going to grow financia [...]

    26. It's a good, lively discussion of the process of discovering and living out a personal vision for a disciple's life of following Jesus Christ. I read it and looked at personal applications. I did not find it deeply introspective the first time I read it, but the opportunity is covered to explore the life with Christ more deeply. It may be best used in a small group with discussion and sharing of insights. Others can often see attributes that we cannot identify on our own. The book is a door-open [...]

    27. I was looking forward to receiving this book, but was a little disappointed once I read it. There is nothing earth shattering here, it is full of basic self help advice. That said, it is a fine book for people, mainly Christians, who are in a place of needing to discover who they are, what God wants from them, what their 'purpose' is. It is not a bad book by any means, it just isn't comprised of revolutionary information either.

    28. This book is based on the idea stated in Provers 29:18, "Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he." Chazown means vision in Hebrew. Groeschel presents steps to define and refine how you see your God given purpose in life and the steps to lead you there. It is well written and compelling.

    29. Love love love this book. It walks through a journey of discovering your God-given calling in life! The author guides you through the process of putting all the puzzle pieces of your life together using humor and spirituality to explore your unique purpose for being on the planet.

    30. Pastor Craig is a great writer. I highly recommend you reading all of his books. He's an awesome person and lives what he preaches. I attend his church every week and God is using him to change lives!

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