Boy Scouts of America, Greater Colorado Council

Duty to God & Country Breakfast

The Duty to God & Country Breakfast celebrates exemplary individuals who have demonstrated faithful service and a steadfast commitment to their religious duty in Scouting along with service to their country.

2022: SAVE THE DATE - Thursday, November 10

We are pleased to announce the annual Duty to God & Country Breakfast will take place the morning of Thursday, November 10 at the Lakewood Country Club (6800 W 10th Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214).

SPEAKER: Major General John A. Love or General Andy Love

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Major General Love entered the Colorado Air National Guard in April of 1967. In January of 1968 he was called to federal active duty in support of the Pueblo Crisis and received his commission in June of the same year. He began his career in the Colorado Air National Guard (COANG) as an aircraft mechanic, and most recently served as Assistant Adjutant General for Air and Commander. Major General Love is a command pilot with over 2500 hours in the F100, A-7, and F-16. Major General Love’s last assignment was assistant to the Commander of Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) and director of Air National Guard Forces, Headquarters AFSPC, Peterson Air Force Base, CO.

Read more about General Love HERE.

A Scout’s Pledge to Honor God & Country

Duty to God

The Scout Oath begins with duty to God and the Scout Law ends with reverence. A Scout is Reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties and respects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion.

Duty to Country

The Boy Scouts are synonymous with American values and patriotism. A Scout has a duty to be a good citizen, obey the law, work to make a stronger nation, and defend it and its principals.
A Scout is helpful. A Scout cares about other people and willingly volunteers to help others without expecting payment or reward.
In the Scout Oath, a Scout promises “to help other people at all times”. The Scout motto asks one to “Be Prepared”. The Scout slogan reminds one to “Do a good turn daily”. These three ideals work together: you promise to help, you can help because you have learned how, and you do help because you care about people. Scouts want the best for everyone, and act to make that happen.

Check out pictures from the 2021 Duty to God & Country Breakfast: