An idealistic film
“Every film has a concept backbone. Ours will be Christian and from a teen's way of looking at the world. Even better: it will be along a code of conduct articulated by Baden Powell.
The last of ninth children of an English preacher, Baden Powell had only one way to flourish: through the army ranks. He became an explorer in South Africa, a secret service agent and finally a General. In a battle, he saw idling teens while he was in a dire need of help. So, he trained them to be assistants in way of messaging, healing and observing. He was a life coach to those boys. So much so that he laid out a rule of life to become good men.
OATH will hold this code within."
Daniel Rabourdin, producer-director
"On my honor and with God's grace,
I promise to do my best to serve God,
the Church, and my country,
to help my neighbor at all times,
and to obey the Scout Law."
1. A Scout's Honor is to be trusted.
2. A Scout is loyal.
3. A Scout is made to serve and save his neighbor.
4. A Scout is a friend to all and a brother to every other Scout.
5. A Scout is courteous and chivalrous.
6. A Scout sees nature as God's creation; he loves plants and animals.
7. A Scout obeys proper orders and leaves nothing half-finished.
8. A Scout is thrifty, he takes good care of his own possessions and those of others.
9. A Scout controls himself: he smiles and sings under all difficulties.
10. A Scout is pure in thought, word and deed.
“Always be faithful to your Scout Promise even when you have ceased to be a child - and God help you to do it!”
Last words of Baden-Powell's farewell letter to all scouts for all times.