This is a powerful guide for families and leaders entrusted with the sacred responsibility of teaching and guiding the young men of the LDS Church. It’s a valuable and practical "how-to" book that marries Scouting with the beliefs and teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, featuring subjects such as developing testimony, shadow leadership, and methods and strategies with real-world examples and references to scripture.
Author Bradley D. Harris, professor of recreational management and youth leadership at Brigham Young University, and past member of the LDS Young Men’s General Board, challenges parents and youth leaders alike to rediscover the spiritual dimensions of Scouting and focus on the close relationship that should exist between Scouting and the Aaronic Priesthood. His professional career with the Boy Scouts of America, combined with various priesthood leadership roles with LDS, gives him invaluable insights into the responsibilities that parents and leaders have in bringing young men to Christ.
Soft cover, 136 pages.