King's Business - 1968-03

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Q. How is Pioneer Girls financed? A . The expenses o f a weekday activi­ ty program are surprisingly modest. There are three distinct aspects to the financing o f P ioneer Girls in the local church. F irst is the cost o f the club activities. Girls bring “ shares” to each weekly meeting to cover the cost o f their crafts, outings and supplies. This is a voluntary offering and helps teach girls responsibility and sharing. Then the cost o f the guides’ packets and additional lead­ ership training helps is usually borne by the church. Many churches also choose to pay fo r the achievement awards earned by girls as a token o f their appreciation o f the value o f achievement work. The third phase o f financing is that as a missionary organization, P ioneer Girls depends solely on the voluntary support o f individuals and churches it serves fo r the maintenance o f its work. N o fee is set fo r the use o f the program or the services o f the staff. Each participating church is encouraged to share in this m inistry by placing P ioneer Girls on its home mission­ ary budget fo r a regular monthly amount. Q. What is the organizational plan o f Christian Service Brigade? A . In order to be successful, each Christian Service B r ig a d e m u s t have: 1. A Committee — Three to five men plus the pastor generally serve on the committee which has the over­ all responsibility fo r this program. 2. A Battalion — This is the pro­ gram fo r boys 12-18. It should be organized first. The leaders are called “ lieutenants” and “ captains.” Continued on p. 29

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