SEVEN EXPERIENCES YOU CAN EXPECT
CONNECT with a community of Christlike men. Boys and men build relationships side by side as they do activities together. Regular, consistent interaction between boys and men is key to forming a mentoring relationship.
DO fun things together. The Royal Rangers program provides boys with a picture of Christlike manhood and process for pursuing it, a lifelong effort that requires endurance, patience, and persistence.
GROW in Christlike manhood. The Royal Rangers program provides boys with a picture of Christlike manhood and process for pursuing it, a lifelong effort that requires endurance, patience, and persistence.
LEARN in interactive ways. The Royal Rangers advancement system is an outcome-based discipleship journey. Boys and young men are encouraged to earn special recognition in each group, quarterly and annually. The system intentionally connects the Royal Rangers discipleship process to the boys’ journey to manhood—adventure, character and task.
BELONG to something big. Boys and young men want to feel as though they are part of a winning team or program. Royal Rangers is an international organization led by men who mentor boys on a Bible-based, Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered journey to maturity in the faith. Our local church activities extend to district, regional, national and even international events where Rangers can meet like-minded friends of influence.
LEAD yourself and others. The Royal Rangers program provides boys and young men with opportunities to learn and practice leadership skills that will help make their God-given dreams a reality.
SERVE God, your family, church, and community. Royal Rangers encourages and provides tools for boys to make a difference in the world around them.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO JOIN
You can join at any time and you do not need to attend the church to become a Royal Ranger. Tap the map to find a Royal Rangers outpost near you and call ahead for start times and more details.
Tap a location on the map for contact information.
Need help? Call our district director, Gerry Krebsbach at 920-980-5340.