Patti Garibay, Founder and Executive Director of the American Heritage Girls is here to discuss a new troop for young girls.
Today’s youth culture (5-18) suffers from anxiety, isolation, loneliness, bullying, and gender identity issues. Patti Garibay, the founder and executive director of the American Heritage Girls (AHG), can tell you what her organization is doing differently to combat the culture. AHG speaks truth and affirmation into this generation of young girls offering them friendship, leadership skills, and purpose. For over 25 years, Patti Garibay has been helping thousands of girls discover their identity and purpose in Christ. Today, AHG continues to grow with over 52K girls and adult members in all 50 states and several countries worldwide.
“Our modern age brings a wave of the most challenging and complex conversations between parents and daughters of all ages. Issues like gender confusion, divisive politics, and moral relativism all stew in our post-Christian culture…eventually dribbling down into the minds of even the youngest of girls.
“Throughout history,” Garibay continued, “God’s people have been called to counter the worldly culture. In his letter to the Philippians, Paul reminds us that believers ‘may become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation. Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky.’
“You have the ability to reflect God’s pure light in the midst of today’s post-Christian culture. Better still, with you as a beacon, your daughter can do the same.”