Category Archives: Espanol

Espanol

By Tyler North
Jul 02, 2017

Dejarlos Dirigir: Resolviendo Problemas

Una lección sobre la autosuficiencia de Ven, Sígueme explica: “La autosuficiencia incluye la capacidad de encontrar soluciones a nuestros propios problemas y desafíos. Muchas de estas soluciones se encuentran en el evangelio restaurado de Jesucristo. Nuestro Padre Celestial es consciente de los desafíos que enfrentamos. Nos ama y quiere ayudarnos.” Presidente Thomas S. Monson nos […]

By Tyler North
Jun 11, 2017

Dejarlos Dirigir: Fijando sus Metas

Fijando metas implica más que simplemente desear o soñar. Como el presidente Thomas S. Monson ha enseñado: “El sólo desearlo no lo hará realidad. El Señor espera nuestro razonamiento; nuestra acción; nuestro trabajo; nuestros testimonios; nuestra devoción” (“Al rescate”, Conferencia General Abril 2001). Prepararse Espiritualmente Las metas significativas y la planificación cuidadosa pueden ayudarnos a […]

By Tyler North
Jun 04, 2017

Dejarlos Dirigir: Comunicación Eficaz

Para hacer el trabajo que el Señor tiene para usted, usted necesita saber hablar, y aprender a reconocer qué mensajes envía con su lenguaje corporal y la inflexión de la voz. “Nuestro Padre Celestial nos ha dado un don inestimable en nuestra capacidad de comunicarnos unos con otros. Nuestras comunicaciones son el núcleo de nuestras […]

By Tyler North
May 28, 2017

Dejarlos Dirigir: Reflecciones principales

Tomar tiempo para reflexionar sobre las actividades ayuda a los jóvenes a sentir el espíritu, expresar sus sentimientos y encontrar sentido en las cosas que están experimentando. Elder Neal A. Maxwell enseñó: “Podemos entonces hacerlo. . . Lo que hizo Nefi al estudiar las escrituras, a saber, ‘comparar todas las Escrituras” con nosotros mismos (1 […]

By Tyler North
May 21, 2017

Dejarlos Dirigir: Hallando su Visión

Con el fin de alcanzar su potencial eterno y hacer el trabajo que el Señor tiene para usted, necesita tener una visión de su destino eterno y como se ve el éxito a los ojos del Señor. Tener esta visión es el primer paso para alcanzar sus metas y heredar la vida eterna. El Presidente […]

By Utah National Parks Council
May 09, 2017

Meet This Year’s Influential Women in Scouting

Mothers. Sisters. Daughters. Wives.  They all help us in our daily efforts. Even now, my mom’s there when things get rough, offering quiet, regular assistance with multiple aspects of my life. Don’t ever forget the roles of women in Scouting. If you think you earned your Eagle Scout Award on your own, think again.  This […]

By Darryl Alder
Feb 03, 2017

Scout Re-dedication for Anniversary Day

February 8th is Anniversary Day. You might find this special presentation of the Scout Law and Oath as a great ceremony for your Scout Meeting or use it at your next Scout banquet. It works well for all four groups in Scouting, I know, I have used it often. Equipment:  a small table, a simple […]

By Arturo Malpica
Jan 14, 2017

Y-Serve Scouting Outreach: Liderazgo para adultos

Como parte del Servicio de Escultismo en Scouting Y-serve, Empezando en enero de 2017, BYU Scouting está en la búsqueda de ubicar a voluntarios para las unidades de habla-hispana y otras que tengan una necesidad de líderes adultos. Los voluntarios son estudiantes de BYU e incluye a varios con experiencia en el Movimiento Scout y […]

By Maria Milligan
Oct 24, 2016

Construction Update: See What’s Happening at Council Camps

Rangers and construction crews are working hard to finish camp projects before the snow comes, and they’re making great progress. Take a look at some of the things you’ll see at your favorite council camp in the coming months: Marion D. Hanks Scout Camp at Quail Creek The recently completed stake activity center at the […]

By Kevin Hunt
Oct 20, 2016

Memories of a Gnubie Hike to Four Peaks and Similar Places

I’ve been sharing memories of the good ol’ days when I was a Gnubie in Troop 155.  Some of the places we hiked were a bit traumatic – but in spite of the trauma, I have some great memories of a Gnubie hike to Four Peaks and similar places.  (And at my age, the memories […]

By Kevin Hunt
Oct 06, 2016

Scout Camp Program Director’s Summer Journal

  “Wait, a minute,” you may say, “What does Camp New Fork have to do with me?”  Well, Scouting is Scouting wherever it may be, so this may be of interest in any other councils. Before the summer of 2016 began, I wrote in a blog about my Hunt family plans for the coming summer. In […]

By Utah National Parks Council
May 20, 2016

Influential Women in Scouting 2016 Recipients

There are many women in Scouting working to help boys grow up to be honorable and valiant men.  Some of these women, through their devotion and talent, become mentors and guides for those of us who see how very important this work is and want to make a real difference.  Every year the Utah National […]

By Kevin Hunt
May 14, 2016

I was a Gnubie and Loving Every Minute!

  In the past few blogs, I welcomed you aboard as a Gnubie. And you’re welcome!  Now I’d like to introduce a new theme – that of “Gnubie and loving it”.   Yes, I was a Gnubie and loving every minute!  That would be me!   As I talked about my old Troop 155, I talked […]

Snow on Arizona Saguaro Cactus
By Kevin Hunt
May 09, 2016

Guide to Arizona Weather – all you’ve wanted to know!

Here is what you have been waiting for:  A Guide to Arizona Weather – all you’ve wanted to know!.  So why do I need that, you ask?  Well, recently as I created the blog article We had some great Gnubie Hikes for The Boy Scout.  In this article, I mentioned several great hikes that we took with […]

By Community Submission
Apr 02, 2016

Bi-Lingual Wood Badge Courses for Spanish and ASL

The Utah National Parks Council and the Great Salt Lake Council are offering bi-lingual Wood Badge courses in Spanish/English (July 18-23, 2016 at Tifie Scout Camp or September 8-10 & 15-17 at Bear Lake Aquatics Base) and ASL/English (May 12-14 and May 19-21 at Tifie Ranch). Spanish/English Are you a Spanish-speaking Scouter? Do you want a more immersive […]