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My Promise My Faith Girl Scout Journey

I am using this to help present at Churches and with volunteers who have no idea what the MPMF is all about.
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Shannon L Farnsworth

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of My Promise My Faith Girl Scout Journey

Step 3 - Quotes
Find three inspirational quotes by women that fit with that line of the Girl Scout Law the girls chose in the beginning of the journey. Do something fun and unique with these quotes. You can create fortune cookies to share or memo boards to hang in their rooms.
My Promise My Faith Girl Scout Journey
My Promise My Faith
There are five requirements.
This series pathway should take anywhere 5-7 weeks
Allow one to two meetings for the requirements that involve crafts or discussions.
Remember to be flexible
Different levels different skills
Remember to always meet Safety Activity Checkpoints for the meetings

Steps to earning My Promise My Faith
1. Pick a line from the Girl Scout Law.
2. Interview a woman in your own or another faith-based community.
3. Find three inspirational quotes by women that fit with that line of the Girl Scout Law.
4. Make something, like a drawing, painting, or poster.
5. Make a commitment to live what you've learned.
Step 1 - Girl Scout Law
I will do my best to be
Honest and fair;
Friendly and helpful;
Considerate and Caring;
Courageous and Strong and
Responsible for what I say and do;
And to
Repect myself and others;
Respect Authority;
Use Resources wisely;
Make the world a better place and
Be a sister to every Girl Scout.
Step 2 - The Interview
Find someone or several someones who can come in and talk about how they try to live their life by the line of the chosen the Girl Scout Law.
Think outside the box - invite a few members of different faiths to come and talk to the girls in a round table discussion. Or have a lunch and learn type meeting where one can try foods particular to that faith along with asking questions.
Many Faiths - One Promise
The Girl Scout Law includes many of the principles and values common to most faiths. Thus, while a secular organization, Girl Scouts has, since the movement began, encouraged girls to take spiritual journeys via their faiths' religious recognitions. Girls of all grade levels can now earn the My Promise, My Faith pin developed by Girl Scouts of the USA. This pin, which girls can earn once a year, complements existing religious recognitions and allows all girls to further strengthen the connection between their faith and Girl Scouts
Step 4 - Be Creative
Make something, like a drawing, painting, or poster of what you learned during your journey. It can be about the quotes; the interview, a video journal; a clay ornament; what appeals to the girls that gets them excited about what they learned on their journey.
Step 5 - Celebrate
Celebrate the accomplishments of the girl and the faith community when the journey is complete. Have a pinning ceremony, showcase the creative work the girls did; recognize the commitment the girl made to learn and explore more into her faith and her community in the process.
Not the End of the Journey
Encourage the girls to continue their faith journey by earning the religious recognitions for their faith. These recognitions can be worn on the front of the Girl Scout uniform. Visit www.praypub.org for more details on your faith's religious awards and the process to earn them.
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