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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 2:07 pm 
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what are the meanings for the sword, shield, n stuff. oh and the colors??


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 3:52 pm 
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Sorry for the delay in resoponse I was out of town....

The answers to this are found on page 13 of the Pathfinder Staff Manual (1998). Much of this answer is quoted from there.

Red (Sacrifice)
Reminds us of the sacrifice of Christ...

White (Purity)
We desire to have the purity and righteousness of Christ's life in our lives.

Blue (Loyalty)
It is the purpose of the Pathfinder Club to help teach us to be loyal to:
Our God, our parents, our church

Gold (Excellence)
The Pathfinder Club has high standards to help build strong character for the Kingdom of Heaven

Three sides (Completeness)
- Completeness of God: Father, Son, Spirit.
- Tripod of education:
    Mental Crafts and Honors
    Physical Campouts and work bees
    Spiritual Outreach and witnessing


Shield (Protection)
In the Bible God often calls Himself the shield: "Fear not... ...I am thy shield." Genesis 15:1

Sword (Bible)
...We are in a battle against sin, our weapon is the Word of God.



God Bless,

Chris Fishell
Xtreme Youth Resources


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 4:50 pm 
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thank you
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i had a test on them


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My pleasure.


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