Puntos destacados de la historia #4: ¿Qué pasa con las muchachas?

Why did the Young Mens Mutual Improvement Association affiliate with the Boy Scouts of America in 1913, yet the Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association of the same time period continue developing their own activity and personal progress programs? Did the Church ever consider partnership with the Camp Fire Girls, Girl Scouts or Girl Guides? Y […]

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Puntos destacados de la historia #3: EL movimiento de exploración 1907-1910

Nuestro objetivo en el [Escultismo] El movimiento es dar ayuda tales como podamos en traer el Reino de Dios en la tierra, by inculcating among youth the spirit and the daily practice in their lives of unselfish goodwill and co-operation.
 —Robert Baden-Powell Concern for the moral upbringing of young people was not only felt by Church […]

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Puntos destacados de la historia #1: Detrás del libro

  Welcome to a new stream of LDS-BSA blogs, “History Highlights.These posts will provide facts and photos from the history of Scouting in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In July 2013, the book Century of Honor: 100 Years of Scouting in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was published by […]

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Puntos destacados de la historia #2: Jóvenes de Sion 1870-1910

ZION’S YOUTH: 1870-1910 The great movement of the Church from Illinois and Iowa to these mountains, en 1847 . . . developed among both men and women the highest art of scoutcraft, perhaps that has been found among any pioneers in the history of our country.
 —Lyman R. Martineau, YMMIA Athletic Committee Chairman, 1912 On […]

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