Faith in God for Boys
Faith in God for Boys

Faith in God for Boys

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Helps boys ages 8 through 11 live gospel principles, develop testimonies, build friendships, and prepare to receive the Aaronic Priesthood.

When properly carried out, Cub Scouting is a fun, home-centered activity program. Parental involvement and help is a key to success in this program (see Scouting Handbook, 3). The Church does not sponsor Scouting for boys younger than 8 (see Handbook 2, 11.5.3). Boys advance on their birthdays. No Scout-sponsored overnight camping should be planned for boys under age 11 (see Scouting Handbook, 3).

  • Booklet
  • Activity Day Page
  • Cub Scout Page
  • Developing Talents
  • Faith in God- Cub Correlation packet
  • Helps with Cubs Scouts and Faith in God Program
  • Learning and Living the Gospel
  • Teaching about the Aaronic Priesthood
  • Preparing for the Priesthood
  • Serving Others

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Church activities should be planned to fulfill gospel-centered purposes. To maintain a gospel focus in Scout activities, leaders use the Faith in God for Boys guidebook as one of their resources (see Handbook 2, 11.5.3). The Faith in God program should be coordinated with Scouting to lay a foundation that prepares a boy to keep his baptismal covenants, better serve his family, and receive the priesthood (see Scouting Handbook, 3).

Activity Correlation Suggestions

Basic RequirementsAchievement 11>Achievement 1Webelos Badge, Requirement 8
Learning and Living the Gospel
Give a family home evening lesson on Joseph Smith’s First Vision . . .Achievement 10c, 11aAchievement 1, 10bWebelos Badge, Requirement 8, Activity Badge: Family Member 5
Give an opening and a closing prayer in family home evening or Primary…Achievement 11bAchievement 1bWebelos Badge, Requirement 8
Tell a story from the Book of Mormon that teaches about faith…Achievement 10cAchievement 1aWebelos Badge, Requirement 8
Read D&C 89. Discuss how Heavenly Father blesses us when we faithfully live the Word of Wisdom. . .Achievement 11b, cAchievement 9c, gActivity Badge: Fitness
Prepare a pedigree chart . . .Achievement 10, 11Achievement 8dWebelos Badge, Requirement 8 or Activity Badge: Family Member 5
Serving Others
Write a letter to a teacher, your parents, or your grandparents . . .Elective 21bAchievement 18bCommunicator 11
Plan, prepare, and serve a nutritious meal.Achievement 8c, eAchievement 9c, gFamily Member 11, Fitness 3, Outdoorsman 8
Read the twelfth article of faith. Discuss what it means to be a good citizen…Bobcat Trail 1 or Achievement 2aAchievement 24aCitizen Requirement 1
Developing Talents
Learn to sing, play, or lead a song from the Children’s Songbook . . .Elective 11d, e, fElective 8Activity Badge: Showman 8, 9
Visit an art museum or attend a concert, play, or other cultural event. . .Achievement 10c, fAchievement 10aActivity Badge: Showman 17, Naturalist 4
Write a poem, story, or short play that teaches a principle…Elective 2aRequirement 18gCommunicator Requirement 8