First and foremost, as a Christian you are a child of God. Do you know what that means? Do you understand how to be that in your daily life?
Rules hamper our freedom and make us legalistic right? Not if you make your own rules they don't. If you set them up yourself, then they will set you free.
"Be all that you can be" is an Army slogan that is all about self-improvement. It is at once a challenge and an invitation. It challenges one to take all the potential and turn it into reality. It is also an invitation to become totally, uniquely and fully you.
Don't say "nothing is unique about me," and don't compare yourself to anyone else. Just be before Christ and together think about who you are. You will see some faults but don't worry about it right now. We'll talk about that later.
A career is optional for some of us but for most of us it is a necessity. We may be looking for a change or just some extra income, but if we are going to work, we can choose a job path that fits us best.
What are life skills? They are techniques, abilities and proficiencies in specific areas that give us the key to live successfully.
Finances are something we as Christians don't usually like to talk about and, yet, we have as many problems with them as everyone else.
All our possessions steal something from us. Think about it. Picture everything you own and what you have to do to maintain it. The more stuff, the more time and energy it takes to care for it.
Christian parenting is different because it teaches us as we teach our children. Our children become a mirror and an educator. As we love our children when they are exasperating and disobedient we learn a bit more about how God loves us when we are like them. When we feel overwhelming love for them, we get a taste of what the Lord feels for us.
Christian marriage between a man and woman is the specific design and plan of God and starts in Genesis.