AY Honor Christian Citizenship Requirements used by General Conference

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Christian Citizenship

Skill Level

1

Year

1938

Version

21.05.2022

Approval authority

General Conference

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Christian Citizenship
Spiritual Growth, Outreach and Heritage
Skill Level
123
Approval authority
General Conference
Year of Introduction
1938
See also



1. Describe the national, state or provincial, AY, Pathfinder, and Christian flags.

2. Know how to display the national flag with two other flags under the following situations:

a. Camp out/camporee
b. Fair
c. Pathfinder Day program
d. Parade

3. Demonstrate how to fold and salute your national flag. Mention when and how it should be displayed.

4. Explain the meaning of and reason for the National Anthem, and recite the words from memory.

5. Give the rights and responsibilities of a citizen of your country.


6. Have an interview with a local, regional, or national official of your country, and learn about his duties.


7. Write a one-page essay or give a two-minute oral report about a famous person in your country. Mention what this person has done to gain recognition.

8. Do one of the following:

a. Make a list of ten famous quotations from leaders of your country.

b. Make a list of ten famous historic places in your country.

c. Make a list of ten famous historic events in your country.

9. Describe what you can do as a citizen to help your church and country.

10. Go through the steps of an individual acquiring citizenship in the country and learn how this is done.

11. Know how to explain the process of government in your country.

12. Explain the meaning of this statement Jesus made in Matthew 22:21: "Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's.

13. Explain why laws are established in your country.