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Resource Links

Boy Scouts of America - BSA national website

American Heritage Girls - AHG national website (faith based alternative to Girl Scouts)

Girl Scouts of the USA - GSUSA national website

The MacScouter's Big 'A Scout is Reverent' Resource Book - I have printed this book twice and placed it in a binder for use with my own Chaplain Aids, in basic adult leader training and in Woodbadge. I think this is a “must have” for every unit.

"A Scout is Reverent" - Excellent site was developed as a Wood Badge project by Timothy B. Cargal, a Scoutmaster in the National Capital Area Council, BSA. He holds a Ph.D. in Religion from Vanderbilt University

Programs of Religious Activities with Youth - Religious emblems programs for protestant youth

Minsi Trails Chaplain Corps - Supplying Resources for Chaplains and Chaplain Aides

Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting

Members of the Churches of Christ in Scouting

National Association of Lutheran Scouters

National Association of Presbyterian Scouters

National Association of United Methodist Scouters

National Catholic Committee on Scouting

National Council on Islamic Scouting

National Jewish Committee on Scouting


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