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Living Skills

Christlife Ministries' goal is to get clients prepared for all areas of their life and that includes the foundational items of how to conduct themselve in a society with which they may no longer be familiar.

Living Skills

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This four-week course covers: 

Life Plan | Discusses goal planning and how to overcome obstacles that may get in the way of things. 

Budgeting | Prioritizing spending is crucial for re-entry clients. This class discusses budgeting techniques to manage money and time. 

Anger Management | This class helps clients recognize frustrations early and resolve them in a constructive way that allows them to better express their needs — keeping them calm and in control.

Stress Management | This class identifies effective stress management skills that help clients break the hold stress has on their life, so they can be happier, healthier, and more productive. 

Technology Skills

This four-week course encompasses the basics of computer literacy to ensure that clients can confidently navigate the digital world including:

Computer | Parts of a computer, desktop features, applications, mouse, keyboard, and typing. 

Internet | Web browsers, search engines, favorite/bookmarks, navigating links, etc.

Email | Creating an account, sending, receiving, and replying, forwarding emails, and netiquette. 

Word | Creating, formatting, saving, and printing documents. 

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Soft Skills

Soft skills are character traits and interpersonal skills that characterize a person's relationships with other people. 

This four-week course includes: 

  • Work Ethic 

  • Problem Solving

  • Communication

  • Teamwork

Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)

The MRT program takes a cognitive approach to understanding how and why decisions are made adn how to make better ones. 


Clients complete workbook homework prior to coming to each session. In the group, clients present their homework and the facilitator passes the client to the next step — or has the client re-do the homework based on objective criteria.


This class is open enrollment; new clients can enter an ongoing group at any time.

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