|Updated June 29, 2017
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We would like to encourage commanders around North Texas to pray at 9:00 p.m. each Thursday for the Royal Rangers Ministry in North Texas.
Please join the district staff as they pray every Thursday as they shower heaven with praises and thanksgiving for all the Lord has given us charge over. After this, lets thank Him for our leaders in this great District and the boys he has given us to train. Lets petition the Lord for more leaders and boys to help us further His great Work! Lets pray for our camp and all things needed to help in our journey towards greatness in this wonderful ministry! Again, lets thank the Lord for all He has given us charge over and being our Champion, Savior, Provider, healer, and Friend!
Please join others leaders at 9 p.m. Thursdays and Pray.
Missionaries all around the world need many different kinds of “tools” to spread the gospel.
Through Master’s Toolbox, Royal Rangers can help meet those needs.
In recent years, Master’s Toolbox has purchased generators, dug water wells, supplied pastors’ libraries, repaired churches, translated literature, trained leaders, and held outreaches in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Eurasia.
Read more about how Royal Rangers can support Masters Toolbox.
The Royal Rangers Camp at Lakeview has been a blessing to the Royal Rangers of North Texas for many years. Our first building – the pavilion – was built in 1995, followed by the Ollie Henley Lodge, bathhouses, the first aid building, and other facilities. Maintenance of our existing buildings is funded in part by the Compass Program, where leaders pledge at least $10 per month. What the Compass Program doesn’t cover must be covered by other donations, or it must come out of camp fees that our boys pay.