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Welcome to Royal Rangers!

Our Royal Rangers program is an activity-based, small-group church ministry for boys and young men in grades.  Our mission is to evangelize, equip and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders. We provide Christlike character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a highly relational and fun environment.

Our Royal Rangers program is a cross-generational ministry that interconnects well with children, youth and adult ministries and fits easily into the fabric of pastoral vision and the flow of church ministries.  We affirm the male hands-on, interactive learning style by featuring an intentional discipleship journey for boys and young men based on their unique design, needs, and interests. Every meeting, outing, or service activity is designed to encourage boys and young men in their walk with God.

We provide men with the tools to model Christlike manhood as they mentor boys on a Bible-based, Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered journey to maturity in the faith. Boys learn to study and apply what the Bible says about integrity, doctrine, biblical worldview, cultural issues and manhood. In addition, the Royal Rangers ministry molds boys into servant leaders, teaching them vital social, equipping, attitude, leadership and service skills.

Core Program Elements


The Royal Ranger Emblem. As worn by every Royal Ranger in the world.
The Royal Rangers Emblem consists of a ring of red encircling 16 points, similar to the points of a compass. Each point signifies a particular meaning.

The four gold points: depicts the four ways of how a boy grows (following Christ's example based on Luke 2:52) [26]

The four red points: illustrates "the four core beliefs of the church" (Assemblies of God)[27]
Baptism in the Holy Spirit
Divine Healing
Rapture and Second Coming of Christ.

The eight blue points pictures the eight points of the Royal Rangers Code – Alert, Clean, Honest, Courageous, Loyal, Courteous, Obedient, and Spiritual[28] - which is explained in more detail below in the designated subsection.

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