Q. If a Star, Friend, or Girls Only Club girl passes her written review and completes all of the required Bible reading is she awarded an Honor Graduate certificate? In the catalog, I only find the Certificates of Completion that are similar to what the younger clubs achieve when they do not complete all of the requirements to graduate, but stay throughout the duration of the club.
A. The Stars, Friends, and Girls Only Club Honor Graduate Certificates can be obtained from your district director. For a Stars, Friends, or Girls Only Club girl to be acknowledged for completing requirements of these clubs, the first page of her Friends Graduate Review (KJV or NIV), or Girls Only Graduate Review (KJV or NIV) must be filled out and mailed to the district office for approval. The district director should then award an Honor Graduate Certificate to the Star, Friend, or Girls Only girl at a District Ceremony or mail the certificate to the church where the girl attends.
Honor Rainbow, Daisy, and Prim certificates are available through Gospel Publishing House because these clubs do not require Review approval by the district office.
Q: I would like to become an Honor Coordinator, do I have to take a test?
A: No, Honor Coordinators do not have to be tested. They do, however, need to complete the following requirements:
1. Complete the Missionettes Leader Training Guide course
2. Read all six club level Sponsor Guides
3. Read the Coordinator's Guide
4. Memorize the Fivefold Purpose
5. Complete the application and mail it to the district Girls Ministries Director
Q: Is there a new Mpact flag to replace the Missionettes flag and has the pledge to the flag changed?
A: Yes, a new flag is now available without the word "Missionettes." The word "Missionettes" should be replaced with "girls clubs" when reciting the pledge. A free downloadable poster with the new pledge is available at http://ngm.ag.org/impact/mgcresources/coordinators/