|The Mission of Royal Rangers is: to evangelize, equip, and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders.|
Upcoming Ranger Events
Royal Rangers is a ministry at Bethel Assembly of God to young boys. Their purpose is to shape boys’ lives with Godly direction and character while teaching life skills. Each Wednesday Night at 7:00 p.m. Boys, from Kindergarten through Grade 6, meet for training, devotion, and lots of fun. Each boy is given the responsibility to work through the various advancements at each level of the program.
Bethel Royal Rangers Outpost 83, PennDel District
|The Bethel Assembly of God Outpost has two age groups to allow boys to advance with their peers at an appropriate pace.|
|Ranger Kids (Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade), includes a challenging and fun advancement system encouraging boys through indoor and outdoor activities and games. The weekly lessons and objectives help to reinforce godly principles in their daily lives, and they will have opportunities to achieve many advancement awards that can be placed on an awards vest and worn each week as part of the official Royal Rangers uniform.|
||Discovery Rangers (Third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade), features an exciting premier advancement system. In this system boys will learn through camping and non-camping activities. An emphasis is placed on learning at their own pace in a merit-based curriculum.|
Purpose of the Royal Rangers Ministry
· To evangelize boys for Christ
· To develop the total boy for Christ (spiritually, physically, mentally and socially)
· To keep boys in our churches
What is Royal Rangers?
Royal Rangers is a ministry that reaches across the United States and in over 65 nations around the world. It motivates boys spiritually through Bible study and memorization, devotionals, and Christian role models. Boys are strengthened mentally by an advanced awards-based weekly program. Further, the boys increase their physical prowess by participation in age-specific activities and recreation. Finally, they are introduced to church, community, and nature-related activities to develop their social skills and awareness.
Dedicated leaders, called commanders, provide boys the necessary direction during a weekly outpost meeting. The meetings are designed to develop the total boy for Christ and offer love and understanding between the boy and a godly role model.
The Life of a Royal Ranger includes great outdoor adventures through camping, water activities, hiking, and mountain climbing, as well as challenging indoor adventures. There will be opportunities year-round to attend tremendous camping events at the outpost and district levels.
The experience as a Royal Ranger will be one of growth. He will grow in four ways. Through proper exercise and diet, his body will develop physically. Through prayer, Bible study, and witnessing, he will grow spiritually. By studying and reading, his mind will grow mentally. And by learning how to treat others, he will develop socially.
Royal Rangers ministers to boys in the United States and in over 65 countries through Bible study and memorization, devotionals, outdoor and camping activities, and Christian role models.
· Boys are strengthened
· Mentally by a merit-based advancement program
· Physically by participation in age-specific activities and recreation, and
· Socially through church and community service activities.
Royal Ranger Code:
Alert - He is mentally, physically, and spiritually alert.
Clean - He is clean in body, mind, and speech.
Courageous - He is brave in spite of danger, criticism, or threats.
Loyal - He is faithful to his church, family, outpost, and friends.
Courteous - He is polite, kind, and thoughtful.
Obedient - He obeys his parents, leaders, and those in authority.
Spiritual - He prays, reads the Bible, and witnesses.
Points of the Royal Ranger Emblem:
The four red points represent "the four main teachings of the church": Salvation, Baptism in the Holy Spirit, Healing, Rapture.
The four gold points denote the four ways a person grows: mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially.
The eight blue points represent the virtues that make up the Ranger Code: alert, clean, honest, courageous, loyal, courteous, obedient, and spiritual.
The Golden Rule:
Matthew 7:12, So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.
Pledge to the Christian Flag
I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag, and to the Savior, for whose Kingdom it stands, one brotherhood, uniting all true Christians, in service and in love.
For more information about Bethel Royal Rangers:
Contact the church office at 717-249-1855 or e-mail the Bethel: email@example.com
For more information about Royal Rangers, Check Out:
Penn-Del District Royal Ranger Web Site: http://www.pdrangers.org/
National Royal Ranger web site: http://www.royalrangers.ag.org
Upcoming Ranger Events- Mar 23, 2011 (Wed) - Midway Bowling
- May 18, 2011 (Wed) – Hot Dog Roast, Capture the Flag
- Jun 8, 2011 (Wed) - Sports Emporium Go-Karts/ Rookie Carts
- Jun 24-26, 2011 (Fri-Sun) – Penn Del District Pow-Pow, Honey Grove
- Jul 6, 2011 - Ranger Ice Cream Party/Squirt Gun Super Soaker War
- Jul 8-9, 2011 (Fri–Sat Morning) – Bethel Ranger Campout
- Jul 18-22, 2011 – Kids Camp
- Aug 12-14 (Fri-Sun) - Bethel Family Camp
- Aug 17 (Wed) – Ranger Deep Fry Chicken Wings/Funnel Cakes/Games- Aug 27 (Sat) - Royal Ranger Hike & Swim, Pine Grove State Park
Ranger Event Pictures
Senior Commander: Rob Hoss
Discovery Ranger Commanders: Jeremy Shughart, Robert Vivian, Vince Bruno
Ranger Kids Commanders: Rob Hoss, Rob Moore, Adam Killeen