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Does Scouting Keep Boys on Missions?

Does Scouting Keep Boys on Missions?

This article was written by  Jarom Shaver and originally published on the blog of the Utah National Parks Council.  Does scouting keeps boys on missions? The answer is yes and no. Of course, Scouting has much to offer to prospective missionaries. That’s obvious; the Church wouldn’t include it in their youth programs if it didn’t. Many of our youth even …

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President Eyring Dedicates Thomas S. Monson Scouting Lodge

President Eyring Dedicates Thomas S. Monson Lodge

News Release from Mormon Newsroom A new lodge for Boy Scouts has been named after President Thomas S. Monson, the 16th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and longtime Scouter. President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, dedicated the concrete facility, located on the north slope of Utah’s Uinta Mountains at the Hinckley …

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A Scout is…

How fortunate are those who may participate in it and have their lives enriched thereby—boys and men alike. The boys and men with whom Scouting is concerned are made of eternal stuff; theirs is a divine destiny. Godlike men, men of character, men of truth, men of courage, men of goodwill—there, then, is our challenge. Check out this great family home evening lesson on Scouting! Scripture: Alma 53:20-21 Hymn: America the Beautiful – Hymn #338 Lesson: A Scout for All Seasons and Cub Scout Winners Treat: Strawberry Chantilly or Lemon Ice Activity: Sun Prints or Kid’s Carwash •View entire lesson...

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