Gender-specific ministry plays a crucial role in mentoring kids and young people into the Christlike individuals they were created to be. This video provides the top five reasons for a gender-specific approach to ministry that serve as the basis for the Royal Rangers and Girl’s Ministry programs.
In this video, an introduction to the Royal Rangers program is provided, including the components of a weekly meeting, the diversity of activities conducted to provide something for every boy, and the key elements of the program that provide every church with a platform for mentoring boys into Christlike manhood.
This video introduces the eight steps to starting a new Royal Rangers program: learn, enlist, equip, plan, resource, promote, launch, and maintain. If you’re looking for help getting your program started, this is a great place to begin.
This video introduces the Outpost Leader Orientation (OLO). The OLO is a tool to be used at the outpost level to quickly onboard new leaders and to explain how the outpost aligns with the vision and mission of the church. This tool is targeted to be used by the outpost coordinator, pastor that oversees the Royal Rangers ministry at the church, and the new leader.
Johnnie Barnes established the mission of Royal Rangers in 1962 as the challenge to Reach, Teach, and Keep boys for Jesus Christ. In more recent times, the slogan has changed, but the mission remains the same. Today, we look to Evangelize, Equip and Empower boys and men to live a life honoring to Christ. Everything we do...
Royal Rangers has established first rate curriculum, innovative mentorship and discipleship methods, and top of the line training programs. How does a church recognize the need to mentor boys and then translate that need into a functioning Royal Rangers outpost. It can be a daunting task to establish and outpost without some type of assistance.
The health of an outpost or district can be directly linked to the achievements of the members.
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Ryan Romero was one of three individuals that was awarded the Ranger Heritage Foundation's (RHF) Founders Award. The Founders Award recognizes individuals that have contributed significant amounts of Time, Talent, and Treasure to the development of the Range - the NMRR campground.