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What should Latter-day Saints do in the 19 months before the new youth initiative launches? 'Keep moving forward' General auxiliary leaders counsel young people and their parents to wisely utilize the months leading up to the new global initiative. It can be a time of development and joy.
Following the Church's announcement of a new activity program for children and youth in January 2020, the Primary, Young Women and Young Men general presidencies are encouraging members to stay engaged in the current programs until the new initiative is introduced.
What does the Church’s new initiative for children and youth mean for me and my family? With the Church announcing an end to its century-long affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America at the end of 2019 and the start of a new initiative for children and youth beginning in 2020, you’ve likely got some questions.
The LDS Church announced a new initiative for children and youth on Tuesday.
LDS Church releases frequently asked questions about Scouting announcement Mormon Newsroom issued the following frequently asked questions regarding the LDS Church's decision to replace Scouting with a new global initiative:
FILE - Cub Scouts from troop 4439 and others came to hear the Internet Keep Safe Coalition's new pilot program, “Wise Tech Choices” in Salt Lake City, Monday, June 27, 2016.
Church to end relationship with Scouting; announces new activity program for children and youth The Church’s long, prolific and storied relationship with the Boy Scouts of America is coming to an end. A new and developing Church activity program for children and youth, ages 8 to 18, will "replace all existing activity programs."
The Church has announced a new activity program for children and youth, ages 8 to 18, effective January 2020.