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African American Adventist Heritage in North America Pathfinder Honour

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African American Adventist Heritage in North America Pathfinder Honour

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Requirements: The purpose of this honor is to illustrate how God has led within the Adventist church to share His message through the events, places, and contributions of the people of a specific cultural group. 1. Have the African American Adventist Heritage in NAD honor 2. Prepare presentations based on your research on two of the following: a. Trace the journey of the Morning Star from the beginning launch in Allegan, Michigan in 1894 until it was beached in the 1900’s. Include a time line. b. The history of the forming of one of the Regional Conferences and the location of its present administrative offices and its executive administrators. Include photos, dates, and bulletins where available. c. One of the following leaders and their contributions to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. E. E. Cleveland W. H. Green Delbert Baker Calvin B. Rock Calvin E. Moseley Hyveth Williams Daniel Davis Your presentation may be in the form of any of the following, citing all sources used: a. Electronic presentatio b. Bulletin Board/Presentation Board displa c. Verbal presentatio d. Written Report (minimum of one-page)
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Name African American Adventist Heritage in North America Pathfinder Honour
Award Pathfinder
Type Generic
Originated in: No
Size Small
Gender unisex
Country of Manufacture United States
Requirements needed No
Requirements No