Rangers is a ministry that exists to "evangelize, equip, and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders."

 

Royal Rangers is divided into four age groups serving each boys mental, physical, spiritual, and social growth and needs with relevant Bible study and engaging activities, additional opportunities for growth, advancement, and one-on-one mentoring.


Ranger Kids (Grades K-2) take part in meetings, playing games, campouts, and Pinewood Derbies. During all of this, boys will be growing in four ways.
⦁  Your body will grow strong through proper exercise and diet.
⦁  Your spirit will grow strong through prayer, Bible study, and witnessing.
⦁  Your mind will grow strong by reading, studying, and memorizing

        Scripture passages.
⦁  Your relationships with people will grow strong by learning how to treat 

         others.
 

Discovery Rangers (Grades 3-5) follow advancement trails by completing compass skills, cooking, hiking, fire craft, first aid skills, rope craft, tool craft, wildlife, Bible merits among many others. Being a Discovery Ranger gives boys chances to do new things. They learn new skills, leadership, develop character and learn about God and His Word.


Adventure Rangers (Grades 6-8) meet weekly to build character, increase determination to achieve, and improve their ability to set goals and fulfill them. These middle school students spend time each week on patrol/leadership skills, recreation, outdoor/life skills, and Bible study.  Each year, boys are invited to attend Leadership Training, Winter Survival, and other campouts. 
 

Expedition Rangers (Grades 9-12) focus on the Advancement Trail to develop into young men who have the skills to make good sound decisions, have strong moral character, exemplify leadership skills, and most important, are founded in the Word of God. Each week, Spirit Challenges are completed to analyze the Word and apply it to everyday situations the young men encounter in their schools, homes, and with friends. They develop leadership through leading discussions and presenting at closing. They take skills developed through all previous levels to go to extremes. They take part in monthly activities including rock climbing, kayaking, wakeboarding, and snowboarding.
 

Wednesdays 7:00-8:30pm

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432 S. Lincoln Dr. Troy, MO

(636) 528-4000 

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