Boy Scouts of America Should Let Boys be Boys

Mark Hancock

Original article appeared on Fox News website on 10/20/2017

Do the leaders of the Boy Scouts of America understand the first word of their organization’s name?

With its recent announcement that it will admit girls, the Boy Scouts organization has not simply shown a profound disregard for its admirable roots. It has further abandoned boys to a culture that values them less and less.

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Girls in Boy Scouts: TLUSA Pledges to Keep Boy Focus

Staff

Character-Forming Outdoor Adventure Group Will Remain a Place Where Boys Can be Boys

BELTON, S.C.—The leader of a national outdoor adventure program aiming to help develop men of character has reassured member-families and supporters that it will remain “a place where boys can be boys.”

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Boys’ Christian Program CEO Champions ‘Morality & Uprightness’

Stephen Ashton

Trail Life USA cited by national family values organization for creating different option to Boy Scouts

BELTON, S.C.—The CEO of a flourishing outdoor adventure program, Trail Life USA, has been spotlighted by a national organization for helping develop character in thousands of boys and young men.

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CHRISTIAN ALTERNATIVE TO BOY SCOUTS After Transgender Decision

Staff

(RNS) Since the Boy Scouts of America decided to accept transgender youngsters, there appears to be a growing market for a different kind of scouting group.

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Motto: Walk Worthy

Staff

Trail Life’s motto is “Walk Worthy” and it has layers of meaning in how we live our daily lives.

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A New Direction

Warren Cole Smith

RELIGION | Organizers of a Christian alternative to the Boy Scouts unveil their program

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—More than 1,200 people from 44 states are gathering this weekend in Music City for the inaugural meeting of Trail Life USA, a new group that hopes to be a Christian alternative for the Boy Scouts of America. 

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