The relationship with God
We love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and with all our strength. He is the priority of our love, obedience and worship, above all things; if you take away God, you take away life itself (Luke 10:27).
It is a fundamental principle in the kingdom of God. The union in marriage between a man and a woman is the will of God, and keeps a society free of immorality. If the family is lost, the foundation of society is lost; that is why we care after and protect marriage, till death do them part (Genesis 1:27).
The Word of God
Every declaration, every word and every commandment written in the Bible is the law for us, and we commit to follow it (Proverbs 3:3; 2 Timothy 3:16).
Passion for progress
It is God’s desire that we prosper in all things. That is why it’s a value for us to constantly push for growth; maturing, progressing, and going to higher levels of education, faith, vision, glory, and blessing. Jesus died and paid a high price for us to be redeemed from poverty and ignorance. (3 John 1:1, 2).
A generational transfer
God is tri-generational: the God of Abraham, of Isaac and of Jacob. As parents, we have the grace and ability to impart to our natural and spiritual children everything that we have reached; a material, emotional and spiritual inheritance. We have the responsibility of leaving behind an inheritance in all these areas (Genesis 50:24, Mark 12:26).
Every human being was created by God with a purpose; and when they discover and develop it, they leave behind a legacy. Only then can we say that the person had success (Ecclesiastes 3:11).
The character of Christ
The goal of every man and woman on this earth should be to develop the character of Christ more every day. That is, being full of goodness, integrity, humility, fear of God, holiness, and maturity, as He was. Jesus is our model, which we must imitate, honor, glorify, worship and follow until He returns (Romans 8:29).