Helps with Cubs Scouts and Faith in God Program
Please note that many Faith in God requirements are more in-depth than the Cub Scout requirements; this should still help den leaders to plan activities that will satisfy both Faith in God and Bear requirements. For example, one Faith in God requirement is to learn budgeting and also learn about tithing, read scriptures and pay tithing and begin saving for a mission, while the Cub Scout requirements center mainly on budgeting and money management. What that means is that if the child has completed the Faith in God requirement, he has also completed the Cub Scout requirement, but completing the Cub Scout requirement does not necessarily mean he has completed the Faith in God requirement.
I have “numbered” the listed potential requirements in the Faith in God for Boys book even though they are not numbered in the book; it will require glancing at a Faith in God book to decipher this, most likely.