Tag Archives: Priesthood

By Michelle Carpenter
Apr 06, 2017

10 Things the New Primary President Should Know about Cub Scouts

Being primary president  might be overwhelming. Not only do dozens of little smiling faces rely on you for spiritual guidance, but you’re also supposed to reach out to families as part of the ward council . You train leaders and recommend people for callings. Also, you oversee records and budgets. On top of all that, […]

By Richard DuBois
Mar 06, 2016

Hand-in-Hand — Priesthood and Scouting

At LDS.org “President Monson Discusses the strengths of Scouting” it states: The partnership of the Aaronic Priesthood and Scouting stretches back nearly a century. The Church officially affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America in 1913, after the Scouting movement began in England in 1907, spread to many other countries, and was formally started in […]

By Ken Krogue
Aug 14, 2013

Scouting is Not Simply the Activity Arm of the LDS Priesthood – It is the Priesthood in Action

I am writing this blog on a break as I sit in a training session in Philmont Training Center near Cimarron, New Mexico. I’m here for a week with the Key 3 from the Alpine District. “I shudder when I hear someone say that Scouting is the activity arm of the priesthood,” said Elder Wilson, […]