USSSP: A Scout's Duty to God and Country
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REORGANIZED CHURCH OF

JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS

 

 

YOUTH EMBLEMS:                                                                      RESOURCE PACKET NO.[1]

 

      TIGER CUBS                                               None

      CUB SCOUTS                                              God and Me             S33604, C33603, M33606

      WEBELOS SCOUTS                                    Light of the World

      BOY SCOUTS                                              Liahona

      SCOUTS/EXPLORERS (14 & OLDER)        Life and World

 

ADULT AWARDS:                                        International Youth Service Award

 

ABOUT THE EMBLEMS:

 

God and Me:  The Protestant God and Me emblem is used for Cub Scouts.  For more information concerning the requirements of the "God and Me" religious emblem look under the heading  "Protestant" in Part 2 of this book.

 

Light of the World (Torch):  The Light of the World is for Webelos Scouts and explores how the light of Jesus shines in each part of life.   Study focuses on the following discovery areas:

 

1.   Discovery 1

      a.   Light Is Important In My Life

            1]   Discovery through my senses

            2]   Projects (three of five)

 

2.   Discovery 2

      a.   Light Symbolizes the Power of God

            1]   Reading Scriptures

            2]   Making items that carry light

      b.   Projects (one of three)

3.   Discovery 3

      a.   Light Is Love Shared in My Family

            1]   Discovery of sharing feelings, expressing rights, caring for others, worshipping together

            2]   Four projects

 

4.   Discovery 4

      a.   Light Reflects from my Life to Others

            1]   Discovery through new responsibilities, celebration and prayers

            2]   Six projects

 

5.   Discovery 5

            a.   Light Radiates Into All the World

                  1]   Explore Ways by learning from other countries and people, pinpointing my church in the world, helping neglected children in the world

                  2]   Five projects

 

      6.   Discovery 6

            a.   The Church of Jesus Christ Is A Fellowship of Light

                  1]   Explore ways by being responsible for what I control, learning the teachings of Jesus, and finding a place in my Church community

                  2]   Seven projects

 

Liahona (Compass):   Boy Scouts (11-14 years) explore the guideposts given in scripture, church and family by God for the Liahona.  Study focuses on the following exploration areas:

 

1.   Exploration 1

      a.   Become acquainted with the Church

      b.   Six projects

 

2.   Exploration 2

      a.   God works today - how we describe God, how we find God, and God deals with us

      b.   Eleven projects

 

3.   Exploration 3

            a.   Scriptures guide us - how scriptures came to us, how we use scriptures, and how scriptures help us

            b.   Seven projects

 

      4.   Exploration 4

            a.   Restoration of Christ's Church - Restoration came to the world, my family came to the restoration, and how God helps us through the church.

            b.   Ten projects.

 

      5.   Exploration 5

            a.   I Am God's Partner in the Church - how we become stewards and witnesses

            b.   Five projects

 

      6.   Exploration 6

            a.   I am God's partner in all of Life - building health bodies, families, better community, and a better world

            b.   Eight projects

 

Life and World:   The Life and World for Scouts aged 15 to 18 examines all aspects of a young person's life from a Christian perspective.  Study focuses on the following exploration areas making extensive use of projects that stimulation introspection and discussion with a counselor:

 

1.   Exploration 1 - Who Am I?

 

2.   Exploration 2 - God and I

 

3.   Exploration 3 - My Family and I

 

4.   Exploration 4 - My Friends and I

 

5.   Exploration 5 - My Church and I

 

6.   Exploration 6 - My Church and I

 

7.   Exploration 7 - My Future

 

SCOUTING ASSOCIATIONS:

 

      None known at this time.

 

RESOURCES:

 

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Join World Community Exploring My Life and World The Program for Senior Highs Ages 15-18.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Join World Community Liahona The Program for Junior Highs ages 11-14.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Join World Community Light of the World The Program for Juniors Ages 8-10.

 

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Kay and Don Ewing), World Community Liahona: A Junior High Adventure ages 11-14.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Kay and Don Ewing), World Community Liahona, Counselor's Manual: A Junior High Adventure ages 11-14.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Kay Sheridan), World Community Exploring My Life and World: A Senior High Adventure ages 15-18.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Kay Sheridan), World Community Exploring My Life and World, Counselor's Manual: A Senior High Adventure ages 15-18.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Carol Braby), World Community Light of the World:  An Adventure for Juniors Ages 8-10.

     

      Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Carol Braby), World Community Light of the World, Counselors Manual: An Adventure for Juniors Ages 8-10.

     

      Please contact the addressee below for more information. 

 

WHERE TO WRITE FOR MORE INFORMATION:

 

Director of Scouting, R.L.D.S.

The Auditorium, P.O. Box 1059

Independence, Missouri 64051

1-816-833-1000

 

Or

 

P.R.A.Y.

P.O. Box 6900

St. Louis, Missouri 63123

1-800-933-PRAY

(For God and Me Religious Emblem)


 

 

[1]      These numbers are in the following order:  Student, Counselor, and Mentor.  These numbers are for the new                            Religious Emblem Guides, replacing previous materials.  Scouts and Counselors may continue to use older                                  resource materials until supplies are exhausted.

 

 


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