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General Conference Youth Ministries Department Director: Gilbert Cangy
General Conference Associate Youth Director/Pathfinder World Director: Jonatan Tejel
General Conference Honors Committee:
Jonatan Tejel, Chairman
Vanessa Correa, Secretary
Gennady Kasap: ESD Youth Director
Busi Khumalo: SID Youth Director
Mark O’Ffill: NAD representative
John Sommerfeld: SPD representative
Paul Tompkins: TED Youth Director
Jobbie Yabut: SSD Youth Director
Udolcy Zukowski: SAD Pathfinder Director
Copyright © 2014 by the Youth Ministries Department of the Seventh-day Adventist®
Church
All rights reserved. Published 2014
First edition published 1998. Second edition 2011. Third edition 2014
Rights for publishing this book outside the U.S.A. or in non-English languages are administered by the Youth Ministries Department of the Seventh-day Adventist®
Church. For additional information, please visit our website, www.gcyouthministries. org, email youthinfo@gc.adventist.org, or write to Youth Ministries Department,
General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists® Church, 12501 Old Columbia Pike,
Silver Spring, MD 20904, U.S.A.
Cover and inside design by Jonatan Tejel
Printed in the United States of America
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Table of Contents
Philosophy of the Pathfinder Honors

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Introduction

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Guidelines for Participating in the Pathfinder Honor Program

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Advanced Honors: A Glimpse Toward the Future

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Check List for Evaluating New Pathfinder Honors

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Approval Procedure for a New Pathfinder Honor

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Instructions for Completing New Honor Worksheet

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Worksheet for developing new…...

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