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Bethel Pathfinders Trailblazers

 
The whole philosophy of Pathfindering is built on the premise that "children learn best by example, rather than precept." As they see leaders and parents model spiritual and social values, they too will aspire to develop high moral principles, loving and caring attitudes, and determination to excel in all their various pursuits.

Objectives

This philosophy is an integral part of the club. The Pathfinder Club curriculum of six classes and nearly 250 Honors lies at the heart of the program. The following objectives can be achieved as the club leaders seek to fulfill these.

  1. Help the young people to understand that God and His church love them,  care for them, and appreciate them. As Pathfinders are accepted and affirmed
    they will begin to appreciate the love of God revealed through the church and its ministry, and feel a need to be more committed to and involved with its program.
  2. Encourage Pathfinders to discover their own God-given potential and to use their gifts and abilities to fulfill God's expectations for them and the part they can
    play in the great plan of salvation.
  3. Inspire young people to give personal expression of their love for God by uniting them together in various outreach activities.
  4. Make the number one priority of your club program the personal salvation of every Pathfinder. The Pathfinder age is a time when many decisions are being
    made that will affect the youth's future relationships and his or her own personal development. The peak time for discovering and making a relationship with God seems to be around 12 years of age.
  5. Build into a Pathfinder's life a healthy appreciation and love for God's creation by enjoying outdoor activity (campouts, nature walks, nature honors, etc.). Pathfinders will experience a sense of wonder and worship as they observe and explore the beauty, the majesty, and the creative power in nature.  Fellowship with God will become more meaningful.
  6. Teach Pathfinders specific skills and hobbies that will make their lives more meaningful and will occupy their time with profitable accomplishments. Young
    people experience satisfaction and delight as they use their hands to fashionYouth between the ages of 10 - 15 useful articles from wood, plastic, steel, clay, felt and yarn and as they discover how things work and operate.
  7. Encourage the Pathfinder to keep physically fit. This is one important way to safeguard against idleness and boredom. Teach children to care for their body
    and establish habits that will provide for their future happiness and usefulness (cf. 2T 536, 537; Educ. 195).
  8. Give opportunity for the development of leadership by encouraging club members to work together and share in leadership responsibility. This will teach
    them to learn the lessons of obedience, discipline, resourcefulness, patriotism and the processes of group dynamics.
Seek to foster the harmonious development of the physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual life of the Pathfinder. 
 

             Bethel Adventurer Club
 

The Adventurer Club is a Seventh-day Adventist church- sponsored ministry open to all children ages 6-9, in which the church, home and school join together to help children grow joyfully in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man.
The Adventurer Club is offered to assist parents in making the development of their child richer and more meaningful.

Objectives

The Adventurer Club provides fun and creative ways for children. . .

  1. to develop a Christ-like character;
  2. to experience the joy and satisfaction of doing things well;
  3. to express their love for Jesus in a natural way;
  4. to learn good sportsmanship and strengthen their ability to get along with others;
  5. to discover their God-given abilities and to learn how to use them to benefit self and serve others;
  6. to discover God's world;
  7. to improve their understanding of what makes families strong;
  8. to develop parental support for the training of children. 







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