NEW in 2016 -
Creating a new NAD AY Honor proposal is not an “easy Sunday afternoon” activity. It requires a significant amount of time and other resources and must be evaluated at many stages as to whether the proposal is valid for an audience that encompasses the entire North American Division (United States, Canada, St Pierre and Miquelon, Bermuda, Guam, North Mariana Islands, Palau, The Marshall Islands, Wake Island, and the Federated States of Micronesia).
In nearly 100 years of Pathfinder honor development, only about 400 honors have been approved. Thus, reaching that level of excellence is a special “honor.” However, as is evidenced by an honor's comparative scarcity, not all fun activities, skills, or lessons are “worthy” to become AY Honors.
If you wish to learn more about the process of AY Honor Development, these guidelines are for you.
We are incredibly excited and amazed with how God led hundreds of young people deep into the Bible - the Book of Exodus, during the 2015-2016 PBE season. April 16 2016, 100 teams met in Prescott Arizona for the fifth annual NAD Division Testing event.
All Teams who tested at the Division event are included in the following list by union and conference, with their placement. Placement is based on the following metric: First Place=90% correct of top scoring team's score; Second Place=80% correct from top scoring team's score; Third Place=70% correct from top scoring team's score.