Kelvin Essay

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Produced by the General Conference Youth Ministries Department 2011
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Contents
Arts & Crafts

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Household Arts

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Nature

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Recreation

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Spiritual

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Introduction
It has been more than twenty years since the first edition of the
Adventurer Awards Manual was produced at the General Conference for the World Adventurer Ministry. There have been many changes, additions, and improvements during this time. Adventurer
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The objective is to awaken in the child an interest in developing a passion or to stir up a latent, previously hidden talent. The more we challenge each child to do their best, the more each one will grow “in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man.”
Lest we forget that ours is a MINISTRY and not just another club, we are to constantly remember that a key component of every Award is the spiritual component—while each Award is to awaken an interest in the chosen subject, it should also show the Adventurer another facet of God’s interest in and care for each child. While perfection is not the requirement in every Award, we should constantly seek to encourage each one to do their absolute best at whatever level they find themselves in recognizing that God is not finished with them yet—nor with us as leaders either!
--Bob Holbrook, Retired World Adventurer Director.

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Philosophy and Objectives of the Adventurer Awards
Each award is designed to be a course of study that introduces a subject.
This subject should have practical value and should enhance the lifestyle of the person pursuing the award. Award study should assist the person in his/her development as a well-rounded Christian by directly affecting the social, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of life. The study of an award should direct the child to a

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