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NEIC / Blackhawk Council LDS BOY Scout Training Manual

For information about Cub Scouts in the LDS Church go to http://cubscout.lds-scouting.org/

2012 Version of Scouting in the Church is available to download from the Church Website.

Updated eTraining - LDS Scouting (Green Book)

The purpose of compiling the materials on this site is to help “…every man learn his duty, and to act in the office in which he is appointed, in all diligence” (D&C 107:99). This site and hard copy PDF version (BSA Training Manual) are a resource that does not replace the need for personal revelation, searching the scriptures, or studying instructions in Church handbooks, especially church Handbook of Instructions Book 2, Section 2 Aaronic Priesthood.

“Scouting adds adventure to quorum programs.” Thane J. Packer

This site is an attempt to bring together a ready reference of resources available to adult and youth leaders who work with the Aaronic priesthood to help them accomplish the purposes of the Aaronic Priesthood. Since scouting is the activity arm of the Aaronic Priesthood, we have attempted to weave scouting into the training material. We have divided the materials into chapters to help organize information by subjects and to provide “modular” training opportunities for ward and stake training.

We have not attempted to include all Aaronic Priesthood and Scouting materials on this site but have listed references, especially material available via the internet, to keep this information useful and current.

Buffalo Grove Stake LDS Relationships Committee 


Contact:
Joanne Osmond
Jo@LDS-Scouting.org

If you want to post other LDS friendly Wood Badge Course, Little Philmont, or announcements, please e-mail the information and flyer to Jo@LDS-Scouting.org.

This is not an official site of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or of the Boy Scouts of America. 

Materials on this site can be reproduced and used to train LDS Scouting leaders.
 
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