Tag Archives: Teacher’s Quorum

By Kimball Vaughn
Mar 11, 2018

500-Mile Bike Ride Forever Changes Scouts Spiritually and Physically

Picture this, it’s the year 1992, you’re 14-years-old, and you are a Scout/member of the Teacher’s Quorum. Now imagine that you and your Troop/Quorum just decided that you are going to participate in a seven-day bike ride spanning 500 miles. On that 500-mile bike ride, imagine that you will have to brave ferocious headwinds along […]

By Andy Gibbons
Mar 17, 2016

Mentoring Varsity Scouts? Check Your Ethics First

This is part 2 of a 12-part blog series that explores mentoring skills and principles for adults serving teacher and priest-age boys (14-18): Principle #1: Know the Youth and Care About Them Principle #2: Check your Ethics Principle #3: Prepare To Be A Mentor Principle #4: Provide a Model of Leadership Principle #5: Form A […]

By LDS-BSA Relationships
Feb 12, 2015

Using the Varsity Section of the LDS Youth Activities Website

Are you an LDS Varsity Scout coach or Team leader? Did you know there is a section of the new LDS Youth Activities website just for you? [There] you will find many exciting activity suggestions that advisers and youth leaders can choose from, to build an [action-packed] program centered on Varsity Scout principles and organization. The Varsity Scout program is based on leadership development. […]

By Darryl Alder
Jan 22, 2015

Sunday School, Teachers Quorum and Your Varsity Scout Team

I have been a Stake Sunday School President since the introduction of the new LDS Come, Follow Me curriculum. During this period, I had wished for a chance to put that curriculum together with the BSA’s program features. In this article, I would like to share some thoughts from my point of view as both a Sunday School […]