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Master Guide Club & Training

Online Training Courses

Session 1 - Mission, Vision, and Purpose

Instructor: Armando Miranda Jr. This seminar will help you identify and organize a club ministry structure in the Master Guide ministry in your local church. Source: Adventist Learning Community

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Session 2 - Structure and Leadership

Instructor: Nestor Osman Understanding Master Guide Club structure and leadership. Source: Adventist Learning Community

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Session 3 - Organization and Programming

Instructor: Nestor Osman How to organize and program your Master Guide Club program. Source: Adventist Learning Community

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Session 4 - Ceremonies

Instructor: Nestor Osman The important ceremonies for Master Guide Club ministry. Source: Adventist Learning Community

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Resources and Information

Staff and Volunteer Forms 

  • Staff, volunteers, and adults over 18 years old stating overnight at camp must complete the Verified Volunteers training. Please note that Verified Volunteers must renew it every three years. A verification list of staff members who have completed the course is available from the Texas Conference office.

  • A signed copy of the Medical Consent Form for each pathfinder participant must be carried on each activity and event. It is best to have three copies made at the beginning of the year - one to keep secure at the Church/Club meeting place, one to carry on field trips and outings, and one for use at Camporee. 

  • A Trip Permission Form needs to be carried for each Pathfinder participant on each outing/event.

  • Any Staff Member, Parent or other Volunteer Driver who will be transporting Pathfinders other than their own children to any Pathfinder event/outing must complete the Safe Driver Pledge. 

  • The Staff Volunteer Form should be kept with the Local Club. The Volunteer Code of Conduct is to be signed in the presence of a senior Club Staff Member or Church Pastor or Youth Ministries Leader but retained by the Volunteer. 

  • Please remember that these various forms are to help ensure the safety and security of our youth. They are not intrusive, but are there to protect the young people we are called to serve. 


Safety and Security

Club leaders, staff, and volunteers demonstrate care for children by managing risks that threaten safety, assets, and resources. This care is demonstrated by:

  • Properly planning and supervising all Pathfinder/ Adventurer activities.

  • Ensuring that facilities are properly maintained, hazardous situations identified and corrective measures are taken to prevent injury or accidents.

  • Being concerned for the child’s safety.

  • Providing appropriate safety equipment and requiring its use at all times by all participants.


A Practical Guide to Pathfinder Safety

ARM Pathfinder Safety Booklet

Child Protection and Screening Policies

Field Trip Risk Checklist

Personal Injury Claim Form

Camp Safety Inspection Form

Automobile Loss Claim Form


Verified Volunteers

Sterling Volunteers website

Download the step-by-step instructions

Download the Verified Volunteer Information


If you have questions, please contact, Irene Lazarus

Volunteers Services Coordinator

Telephone 817-790-2255 ext. 2206


Adventist Risk Management

Adventist Risk Management provides a wealth of information regarding safe and secure planning and activities, visit their website.

Additional Youth Resources


For girls!

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For Guys!


The road is long but YOU DON’T WALK ALONE.

This blog is dedicated to connecting young men to God through mentorship and community, helping them find answers to life’s toughest challenges.

No judgment—just compassionate advice from people who care.

Lake Whitney Ranch

Get involved in the development of Lake Whitney Ranch. They are so many projects to select.


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