What does the BSA says about Faith and Religion — for Cub Scouts
For Cub Scouts and Leaders:
|The Cub Scout Promise states:|
|I ________ promise to do my best|
|To do my duty to God and my country,|
|To help other people, and|
|To obey the Law of the Pack.|
The BSA scouting.org website offers clarity and commentary on each aspect of the Cub Scout Promise.
To do my duty to God: This phrase means to remember to thank God for good friends, good health, our well-being, our family, and all others who love and help us. Going to worship services is another way of doing our duty to God. We should respect other people’s religious beliefs even if they are different from our own.
See also the Religious Programs available to Tigers, Wolves,Bears and Webelos.
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