Boys’ Christian Adventure Program CEO Spotlighted for Championing ‘Morality and Uprightness’

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Trail Life USA cited by national family values organization for creating different option to Boy Scouts   BELTON, S.C.—The CEO of a flourishing outdoor adventure program, Trail Life USA, has been spotlighted by a national organization for helping develop character in thousands of boys and young men. Mark Hancock is one of “40 Faithful” saluted by the American Family Association …

Boy Scouts Christian Alternative Sees ‘Tremendous Response’ After Transgender Decision

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(RNS) Since the Boy Scouts of America decided to accept transgender youngsters, there appears to be a growing market for a different kind of scouting group. The BSA does not require troops chartered by houses of worship to accept children who do not identify with their birth gender. Nevertheless, the website of Trail Life USA, which bills itself as a Christian alternative, has had …

Motto: Walk Worthy

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Trail Life’s motto is “Walk Worthy” and it has layers of meaning in how we live our daily lives. At its simplest level, it means to behave in a manner that is consistent with our ideals. While the specific phrase “walk worthy” appears in six different parts of the New Testament, Trail Life specifically references Colossians 1:10. In this section …

Trail Life USA CEO, Mark Hancock is Interviewed on FamilyLife Today

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On June 30, 2016, FamilyLife Today aired their interview with Trail Life CEO, Mark Hancock. Is your son ready for adventure? Then look no further. Mark Hancock, chief executive officer of Trail Life USA, a Christian outdoor adventure program for boys, tells how he helped launch Trail Life USA, which is now 700 troops strong in 49 states. To listen to the …

A New Direction

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RELIGION | Organizers of a Christian alternative to the Boy Scouts unveil their program by Warren Cole Smith Posted 9/07/13, 09:59 am NASHVILLE, Tenn.—More than 1,200 people from 44 states are gathering this weekend in Music City for the inaugural meeting of Trail Life USA, a new group that hopes to be a Christian alternative for the Boy Scouts of America. Organizers say …