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  • NRMC is a GO!

    The NRMC at Ft Meade, FL is a GO.  It is not too late to register for this outstanding camp held January 11-13, 2019 at Camp Wilderness in Fort Meade, FL.  More information can be found on the National Royal Rangers Training website at: https://royalrangers.com/~/~/link.aspx?_id=61802035B686436D9BBF1FA87957D01A&_z=z.  Be blessed!

  • NRMC Registration Deadline


    Do you have what it takes to be a Godly Man?

    Do you need instruction in leading exciting outpost activities?  Are you a man who wants to have FUN doing: Archery, Art, Air Rifle, Contemporary Camping (learn what that is), Computers, Drama, Music, Team Building, Trades and to have a Ranger Derby Race?

    What does it look like to use the “Boy Led, Adult Facilitated” method of outpost meetings with an effective Patrol System?

    Want to learn and do all of the above in Sunny, Central Florida in the cold, winter month of January?  I know how you can accomplish your goals, and learn to live a life of godly manhood and servant leadership.

    NRMC is the place for you!

    NRMC is being held from January 11-13, 2019 at Camp Wilderness in Fort Meade, FL.  More information can be found on the National Royal Rangers Training website at: https://royalrangers.com/~/~/link.aspx?_id=61802035B686436D9BBF1FA87957D01A&_z=z

    As of right now, this is the only NRMC on the calendar for next year, so get in now.  Pre-Registration deadline is 12/7/18.

    Please see the above website for all of the information, including contact information to ask questions.  Don’t wait, Go Learn!

    Also, please check with your outpost coordinator to see if your outpost has chartered for this year.  I will be sending another e-mail with additional information regarding chartering in the next few days.

    As always, please contact a NCRR District Staff Member with any questions you have.

    Serving Him,

    W. Thomas Lee

    NC Royal Rangers




  • Bolivia and Alaska Mission

    Greetings to all of you and I pray that you had an outstanding time of Thanksgiving.

    We have been given another opportunity to be part of a great ministry of helps.  There are two pathfinder missions coming in 2019 that I pray will spark the interest of some of our leaders who can find the time to go.

    The first trip is a Silver Team trip to Bolivia.  This trip is in June 7-15-2019.  The cost will be $1800.00. That will cover the air fare, food, lodging, and visa.  Bolivia requires a visa that cost $160.00, and it is for 10 years.

    The work involved in this trip is repairs at the Bolivian Center in Coachabama, Bolivia.  There is a church that is helping with material for this project, but it will not be enough.  The cost of material is $10.000, and any help your District can offer would be appreciated.

    The second trip is a Bronze trip to Alaska.  This trip will be in two parts   and two teams.  The first team will arrive on July 5th thru 14. The teams will be living in rooms. Their focus will be on installing an indoor handicap ramp at the church, building a pavilion or working on cabins. This materials cost is $10.000.00 plus. They are praying for help from a BGMC fund raiser.

    The second team will arrive on the 13th in Healey.  They have most of the funds, but would appreciate any other help. Their work load will consist of installing a generator and other projects around the church.  The cost for this trip is $1800.00 or less.  There will be a discount worked out for anyone staying to work on both projects.  The total work days would be about 16.

    For paperwork, please contact Mr. Mike King at 931-626-9358 or mikeking5@bellsouth.net

    If you have questions concerning there trips, please contact me at 910-554-8640 or RevAllenB@outlook.com



  • Pathfinder Adventure

    Pathfinder Adventure

    The National Pathfinder Director has two pathfinder missions scheduled for the very near future.  The timing is short, but there may be someone in your outpost that may want to try making at least one of these trips.

    If anyone in your outpost would like to try, the point of contact is Mr. Mike King at 931-626-9358 or mikeking5@bellsouth.net.  He would need anyone interested in going to contact him directly for paperwork purposes.

    The first trip is to Nepal in February 7-19-2019.  The cost is $1200.00 plus air fare.

    The second trip is to Kenya in February 22 through March 4th 2019.  The cost is $2000.00 plus air fare.  Extra money will be needed for offerings and souvenirs.

    These trips are no different than any other pathfinder trip. The volunteer will be required to raise his or her own funds unless your church pays their way.

    The lodging will be in a hotel, and I am told that the food is very good.  During the work week the volunteers will be in one location in Kenya.  Nepal will be slightly different. They will be in one location, but it will include a lot of walking.  That means they will need good boots or whatever footware allowed.

    If your outpost has young men that would like to go, they must be 16 years old.  If there are any females that desire to go, they are welcome. However, if they are single they must invite another female along.  Couples are encouraged to join the team.

    When the volunteer contacts Mr. King, he will be able to tell them what  paperwork is required.   If there are any other questions, contact Brady Allen Jr. at 910-554-8640 or RevAllenB@outlook.com

  • West Florida Hurricane Michael Recovery

    If you are looking for a stateside mission trip, West Florida is in need of your help.
    District Director Ray Thompson has stated that they are in need of a chain saw
    army, but he is not able to coordinate your potential arrival.

    Your point of contact by phone will be Ms. Melissa Robinson with the West
    Florida Assembly Of God disaster relief. Her number is 480-773-3577. Once you
    have talked to her and you have indicated to her what you are able to do, she will
    then direct you to the area that you can be effective in. Be patient because things
    change daily.

    There is no lodging available. The hotels are used for shelters, so you need to
    bring your camping gear and all supplies needed because you will be sleeping on
    church property. Campers are acceptable. You will have the option of working for
    a week, or just for a weekend. This of course is based on what your schedule will

    I am told that church volunteers from Alabama and Mississippi are already there.
    They were not identified as Royal Rangers or otherwise, but are providing much
    needed relief. If possible, please join them in support of those in need. If you
    have questions, please contact Brady Allen at 1-910-554-8640 or email me at